Stella (singer)

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黄湘怡
Stella Huang
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Stella Huang (left)
Background information
Born (1980-12-17) December 17, 1980 (age 34)
Singapore
Origin Singapore
Genres Pop
Years active 2001–present
Labels Sony Music Taiwan, Hype Records (2001–2004)

Stella is the stage name of Stella Huang (Chinese: 黃湘怡; pinyin: Huáng Xiāng Yí; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: N̂g Siong-î), born December 17, 1980, as Stella Ng, a singer-actress and former model who has become a pop star in much of the Chinese-speaking world, including Hong Kong and Taiwan. Stella was educated at Crescent Girls' School, Anglo-Chinese Junior College, and the National University of Singapore. Though born in Singapore, in recent years, she has primarily resided and worked in Taiwan.

Apart from her duties as a recording artist, she also acts for a variety of television serials in Taiwan and Singapore. Some of her serials have included a lead role as Sam in MediaCorp's Beautiful Trio with award-winning veteran actresses Huang Biren and Ivy Lee, and a role in the China action film Kung Fu Girls, where she also performed the theme song of the soundtrack to the film. She starred as the lead character in the 2002 television series Marmalade Boy, for which she also sang the theme song, "溫室的花 Wēnshì de Huā (Greenhouse Flower)".

In 2005, Stella decided to take a break from showbiz. She set up a specialty cake shop in Taipei under the Awfully Chocolate franchise, investing S$200,000 into the business with a partner.[1]

In 2007, Awfully Chocolate terminated the franchise and sued her company. A court order required Stella to pay approximately $224,000 but due to non-payment by her, the cake firm issued a letter of statutory demand to her in January 2009.[1]

Stella set up her own bakery "Black As Chocolate" after the termination of her franchisee licence from Awfully Chocolate.[1]

In August 2011, Stella married businessman Armstrong Yeh in Vancouver, Canada. She gave birth to a son named Ashton in August 8, 2012.

Albums[edit]

Date of release Title
2001 February 2
  • 等 Deng (Waiting)
2002 September 9
  • 快遞愛情 Kuai Di Ai Qing (Courier of Love)
2004 June 4
  • 西班牙狂想曲 Kuang Xiang Qu (Rhapsody) (greatest-hits compilation album)

Awards[edit]

Years Awards
2001

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Ex-singer Stella Ng declared bankrupt". May 29, 2009. AsiaOne. Retrieved September 6, 2011. 

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