Cyndi Wang

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Cyndi Wang
Wang in 2011
Born (1982-09-05) 5 September 1982 (age 36)
OccupationSinger, actress
Years active2003-present
Musical career
LabelsAvex, Gold Typhoon, Universal

Cyndi Wang (Chinese: 王心凌; pinyin: Wáng Xīnlíng; born 5 September 1982) is a Taiwanese singer and actress. Wang debuted her musical career as she released her debut album, Begin... (2003). Besides her musical career, Wang has starred in many TV dramas, including Westside Story (2003), Heaven's Wedding Gown (2004), and Smiling Pasta (2006).


Wang graduated from Okazaki Arts School and completed a drama course at Hwa Kang Arts School. Her family is from Taiwan and she is a Buddhist. Wang's mother is a Hakka. She and her younger brother were raised in a single parent family.

Wang took part in a talent contest held by Avex Taiwan in 2003. After the competition, she was called again and given a chance to go to Japan. In order to pursue her dream, she decided to take on the challenge and go to Avex's music studio in Japan to learn singing and dancing for three months. She earned herself a graduation certificate with impressive performance from Avex Trax. These achievements made Avex Taiwan impressed with her, and she was offered a contract by Avex Taiwan. From that time she has been involved in her entertainment career.


Studio albums[edit]

# Ttitle Release date Label
1st Begin... 24 February 2003 Avex
2nd Cyndi Loves You 26 March 2004
3rd Honey 18 February 2005
4th Cyndi with U 27 December 2005
5th Magic Cyndi 30 April 2007
6th Fly! Cyndi 30 November 2007
7th H2H Heart 2 Heart 4 December 2009 Gold Typhoon
8th Sticky 27 May 2011
9th Love or Not 30 November 2012 Universal
10th The 10th Cyndi 25 July 2014
11th Cyndi Wants! 4 December 2015
12th CYNDILOVES2SING 7 December 2018

Compilation albums[edit]

# Title Release Date Label
1st Shining 2005 26 July 2005 Avex
2nd Red Cyndi 29 February 2008
3rd Beautiful Days 13 November 2009

Live albums[edit]

# Title Release Date Label
1st Dream Park Concert 3 September 2004 Avex


Year Drama Track
2003 Westside Story
  • "When You" – Interlude
  • "Suffering" (feat Tony Sun) – Interlude
2004 Heaven's Wedding Gown
  • "A Flower's Wedding Veil" – Opening theme
  • "Heaven of Love" – Ending theme
  • "Love Fighting" – Interlude
2006 Smiling Pasta
  • "Rainbow's Smile" – Opening theme
  • "I Do" – Interlude
  • "Dusk Dawn" – Interlude
2008 Powerpuff Girls Z (Taiwan version)
  • "Touch Me!" – Opening theme
2009 Momo Love
  • ""What to Do If I Like You" – Opening theme
  • "Little Star" – Interlude
2011 Bread, Love and Dreams
  • "Love Is Empty" – Opening theme
2011 Love Keeps Going
  • "Don't Cry" – Opening theme
  • "Sticky Sticky "– Ending theme
  • "The Next Page of Me" – Interlude
2013 Second Life
  • "A Place I've Never Been" – Opening theme
2014 Tie the Knot
  • "Bump Bump" – Interlude
  • "An Indescribable Taste" – Interlude


Feature films[edit]

Year Title Role
2000 The Cabbie
2007 Ratatouille Colette Tatou (voice)
2009 Candy Rain Xiao Yun

Short films[edit]

Year Title
2004 100 Lover
2004 Watermelon Milk
2006 Wind Leaves

Television dramas[edit]

Year Title Role
1999 The Car Is In Pursuit Milk
2003 Westside Story Shen Yinhe
2004 Heavens Wedding Gown Tao Aiqing / Ivy
2005 Big Bear Doctor
2006 Smiling Pasta Cheng Xiaoshi
2008 Momo Love Chen Taohua
2011 Love Keeps Going Zha Meile / He Yanqiin
2013 Second Life Li Enzhen / Chen Zizi / Chen Zijun

Music videos[edit]

  • "Degenerate" by Jones Shi
  • "Love’s Option" by Jing Chang


Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref
2005 Hito Music Awards Top 10 Songs of the Year "Love You" Won [1]
2006 Honey Won
2007 "Curly Eye Lashes" Won [2]
2011 Huading Awards Best Actress in Idol Dramas Love Keeps Going Won
2013 Hito Music Awards Favorite Love Song "Become Strangers" Won
2013 Web Premiere Popular Award Won


  1. ^ (in Chinese) Liberty Times 2005 HITO Radio Music Awards winners list Archived 2008-04-08 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 2011-05-05
  2. ^ (in Chinese) HITO Radio 2007 HITO Radio Music Awards winners list 4 February 2007. Retrieved 2011-04-20

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