Connie Mak Kit-man

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Connie Mak Kit-man
Chinese name 麥潔文 (traditional)
Chinese name 麦洁文 (simplified)
Pinyin Mài Jiéwén (Mandarin)
Jyutping Mak6 Kit3 Man6 (Cantonese)
Other names Connie Mak, Kitman Mak
Occupation Singer and actor
Spouse(s) Kwong Wa
Children 1 son, 1 daughter

Connie Mak Kit-man (born 1954; Chinese: 麥潔文; Jyutping: Mak6 Kit3 Man6), also called Connie Mak and Kitman Mak, is the Hong Kong singer and actress.

In 1977, she was the contestant of the Miss Hong Kong Pageant but did not win the title.[1] She made albums for primarily Crown Records (娛樂唱片) and Cinepoly Records. Some of her songs are heard in Cantonese-language series and films. In 1983, Mak recorded "Rhine River Romance" (萊茵河之戀), lyricized by Cheng Kwok-kong (鄭國江) and composed by Joseph Koo. Hong Kong University professor, Stephen Chu (朱耀偉), called the song a fairy tale feeling.[2] In 1989, she sang "Years of Silence" (歲月無聲), lyricized by Lau Zeuk Fai (劉卓輝) and composed by the Beyond band member Wong Ka Kui,[3] before the rock band Beyond re-recorded it in a rockier style.[4]

She is married to actor Kwong Wa since December 19, 1992, with a son and a daughter.[1]


Unless noted, the following albums are Cantonese. English translations are unofficial. Compilations that do not contain newly released songs are omitted.

HTA Records (香泰統一唱片, HTA統一唱片)

  • Not Investigating the Past 前塵莫追究 (tsin tsan mok zeoi gau), 1981

Crown Records (娛樂唱片)

  • Rhine River Romance (萊茵河之戀 loi yaan hoh tzi loon, 1983)
  • Golden Date (黃金約會 wong gam yeok wooi, 1984)
  • The Young Wanderer (江湖浪子 Kong woo long tsi, 1984), as Connie Mak
  • Five Lucky Stars (五福星 ng fook sing, 1985), with Derek Wan, Michelle Pau Tsui-mee (鮑翠薇), Wong Yee-kar (黃綺加 / 王綺嘉 / 王綺加), and Susanne Ho Kar-lai (何嘉麗)
  • Laiyinhe zhi lian / Jianghu langzi (萊茵河之戀 / 江湖浪子, 1985), Mandarin, as Connie Mak
  • The Grand Hong Kong (大香港 dai heung gong, 1985), as Connie Mak

Cinepoly Records

  • Kitman Mak (麥潔文, 1986)
  • Dancing Queen, 1987, EP
  • Come On Rock! (1988)
  • Kitman Remix (1988), EP
  • Bewildered[5] (迷亂 mai lyun, 1988)
  • New Songs and Hits (新曲與精選, 1989), compilation

World Record International (世紀)

  • Eternally Unforgotten (畢生難忘 baat sang naan mong, 1990)

Forward Music Hong Kong (豐華唱片)

  • Presentation (呈獻 Tsing Hin, 2003)


  1. ^ a b "江華唔扮華仔六四面" [Kwong Wa Dresses like Andy Lau]. 3Weekly. South China Media Limited. March 3, 2003. Retrieved August 15, 2014. 
  2. ^ Chu, Stephen (ed.). "雨絲情愁" [Rain Melancholy]. 歲月如歌--詞話香港粵語流行曲 [Music as Life: Book about Hong Kong Cantopop songs] (in Chinese). p. 78. Retrieved August 15, 2014. 如麥潔雯主唱的<萊茵河之戀> 就極富有童話故事的感覺... 
  3. ^ "Connie Mak Kitman". Archived from the original on September 26, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Greatest hits". The Star. Malaysia. June 30, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Sober songs sound so dull"Paid subscription required. South China Sunday Morning Post. September 4, 1988. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 

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