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|Birth name||Xú Huáiyù|
|Born||March 3, 1978|
|Origin||Republic of China (Taiwan)|
|Years active||1998–2002, 2007–present (singer)
Yuki Hsu (徐懷鈺; pinyin: Xú Huáiyù) (born March 3, 1978) is a Taiwanese pop singer. She is perhaps best remembered for the single "Fen Fei" (分飛). Between 1998 and 2001 she scored a series of hits in Taiwan. Most of her songs were upbeat, catchy, melodic dance tracks, often with youthful themes or lyrics. Her song "Angel" featured a chorus of kids singing along with her. Other well-known Yuki Hsu songs include "Ai De Ding Dong", "Who's Naughty" (remake of Dr. Bombay song "Calcutta (Taxi Taxi Taxi)"), and a remake of the '90s techno track "Dub-i-Dub". In 1999 she paired up with South Korean rapper Yoo Seung Jun to record the duet "Can't Wait", which brought her some fame outside of Taiwan. She was also famous for the flamboyant and outlandish hairdos she sported in many of her music videos.
After 2001 she stopped recording and turned her career to work in Taiwanese dramas. In 2007 she returned to the pop charts with her new album Bad Girl.
Legal troubles and obscurity
Hsu faded into obscurity in the aftermath of a legal quagmire involving contract breaches and negative press covers. The court charged her with NT$2 million in damages and legal fines, and her mother borrowed money to help them get by. 
In 2010, she took on a job as an unpaid paralegal assistant so that she can study legal matters to prepare herself for her legal challenges Hsu is the chief breadwinner of her family with dependant siblings who rely on her income.
Challenges to her attempts at a come back to the stage
In 2011 Hsu claims that her former manager, Wu Zu Wang, of Dragon Imperium International Film Production Corp, texted inappropriate (perhaps constituting sexual harassment) messages to her. She states that she has a backlog of such messages.
Hsu was sued for a breach of contract when she failed to show up for a concert and made unauthorized public appearances on Taiwanese broadcasts. She may be banned from performing in China in the future.
Two years of stresses from her former company Dragon Imperium have caused tremendous strain on Hsu. She contemplated suicide as a solution.
- (1998.01) Flying (飛起來)
- (1998.08) 220.127.116.11. Going
- (1999.03) Magic Woman Of Love 2 Generation (with Wen Ying) (魔法阿媽之戀愛2 世代)
- (2002.08) 澀女郎電視劇原聲帶
- (1998.03) First Album (第一張個人專輯)
- (1998.10) Go!Go!Go! (向前衝)
- (1999.06) The Angel (天使)
- (2000.01) Love
- (2001.08) Miss Right
- (2007.05) Bad Girl
- (2000.09) U'Want (欲望)
- (2003.01) Rock Hong Kong 10th Anniversary - Yuki Hsu Greatest Hits (滾石香港黃金十年：徐懷鈺精選)
- Love Catcher (幸福捕手), 2008
- Ao Jian Jiang Hu (傲剑江湖), 2007
- Geng Zi Feng Yun (庚子风云), 2006
- The Strait Story (南方紀事之浮世光影), 2005
- The Voyage of Emperor Qian Long to Jiang Nan (乾隆皇下江南), 2003
- Love Train (心動列車), 2003
- Tweeny Witches (Jp.: 魔法少女隊 アルス; Ch.: 孩子女巫), voice, 2003
- The Monkey King: Quest for the Sutra, (齊天大圣孫悟空), 2002
- The Beauty Mermaid (天地傳說之魚美人), 2001
- Toshinden Subaru, the New Generation (鬥神傳 新的産生), voice, 2001
- Battle Arena Toshinden (鬥神傳), voice, 1998
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