Elva Hsiao

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Elva Hsiao
萧亚轩 Elva Hsiao.jpg
Background information
Chinese name (traditional)
Chinese name (simplified)
Pinyin Xiāo Yăxuān (Mandarin)
Born Hsiao Ya-chih (蕭雅之)
(1979-08-24) 24 August 1979 (age 38)
Zhongli, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Other names Hsiao Ya-hsuan (personal name)
Alma mater Fu-Hsin Trade & Arts School
Occupation Singer, actress
Years active 1999–present
Nationality Taiwanese
Genre(s) Mandopop
Instrument(s) Vocals
Voice type(s) Contraltos
Label(s) EMI
Manager(s) Tian Di He

Elva Hsiao (simplified Chinese: 萧亚轩; traditional Chinese: 蕭亞軒; pinyin: Xiāo Yăxuān, born 24 August 1979) is a Taiwanese singer and actress.


Hsiao was educated at John Casablanca's College in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She is fluent in both English speaking and writing. In 1998, she attended the New Talent Singing Awards Vancouver Audition in Vancouver using her birth name of Hsiao Ya-chih. She became one of the twelve finalists but did not place in the top five. She sang Coco Lee's "Love Me a Little Longer". In the competition there were Taiwanese boy band 183 Club member Jacky Chu, who was the champion, Taiwanese singer Ruby Lu, the runner-up, and Taiwanese girl group Michelle Vickie member Michelle Hsu. In 2010, after years of speculation from netizens, she admitted that she received a double eyelid surgery at a public event.[1]


Studio albums[edit]

Compilations albums[edit]

  • Beautiful Episode (2004)
  • Love Elva... (2006)
  • Super Girl (2012)


Year Award Category Result Ref
2001 World Music Awards Best Selling Chinese Artist Won [2]


  1. ^ "Elva Hsiao confesses to double eyelid surgery". Xin MSN Entertainment. 5 May 2010. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 
  2. ^ Lucky 13 For Monaco’s World Music Awards Archived 18 May 2008 at the Wayback Machine. Radio Caroline. Europa Productions. 2001-05-02. Retrieved 2011-02-21

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