Cathy Leung

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Cathy Leung
Chinese name 梁雨恩
Birth name 梁曉茵
Born (1985-07-09) 9 July 1985 (age 31)
Hong Kong
Occupation Singer, Show Hostess
Genre(s) Cantopop
Label(s) Boombeat Music Ltd
Years active 2004 – 2009

Cathy Yu-Yan Leung is a female Cantopop singer and hostess.



After graduating from high school, Leung was discovered by Boombeat Music in 2004 for her talent in singing. After signing up and becoming an official singer, her manager and family advised her to complete her university degree before deciding whether to continue in her career or not.[1] Meanwhile, her company organized her to participate in big events and MV's, mainly with other big singers in the company such as Ella Koon.[2][3] During this time she recorded the songs, "I Was Here" and "The Whole World Love-Lost".


In 2006, Leung decided to stop singing and focus on her education.[4] Still participating in public events however, she won the <<CASH>> Cantopop Singer/Lyricist Award. At the end of the year, she was invited to host the show Boom Sanctuary, taking over Kay Tse due to pregnancy.


Completing her degree, Leung joined the 2007 New Singer's cohort. In July, she recorded her first official debut song, "Why, Why".[5] On 9 September, she released her first album Under the Sun.[6]

Despite some initial popularity, Leung was dropped by her entertainment company and has since reverted to a normal life.[7]



  • TVB 2005 - "DIVA Most Harmonic Piece"
  • The 18th "<<CASH>> Cantopop Singer/Lyricist Award" - Award Piece: "Two Seater"


  • TVB 2007 "Beautiful Pink Lady"


  • Metro Hit Radio - "New best singer 2007-Bronze"
  • Road Show ultimate singers 2007 - "Ultimate New Singer 2007"

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