Evonne Hsu

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Evonne Hsu
2007 Live Earth China Evonne Hsu.jpg
Evonne Hsu performing at the 2007 Live Earth China @ Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower
Chinese name 許慧欣 (traditional)
Chinese name 许慧欣 (simplified)
Pinyin Xǔ Huìxīn (Mandarin)
Ancestry Taiwan
Origin Republic of China (Taiwan)
Born (1976-12-05) December 5, 1976 (age 38)
Longview, Texas, United States
Other name(s) Hsu Hui-hsin
Occupation Singer
Genre(s) Mandopop
Label(s) What's Music (2002–2004)
Universal Music Taiwan (2003–present)
Years active 2002–present
Official website Evonne Hsu@Music Nation Wingman
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Hsu.
Evonne Hsu at the 2006 Taipei Car Free Day

Evonne Hsu, also known as Hsu Hui-hsin (Chinese: 許慧欣) was born 5 December 1976 in Longview, Texas, United States. She is a Taiwanese American Mandopop singer. Hsu is managed by Music Nation Wingman Limited and signed by Universal Music Taiwan since her debut in 2002.

Early life[edit]

Evonne Hsu was born in Longview, Texas, United States.[1] Hsu grew up with a love for singing and dancing but had chosen to major in psychology at the University of Texas at Austin when a musical arranger friend convinced her to make a demo tape of her singing.[citation needed]


Hsu released her debut album To Be Happy in January 2002. To date, she has released eight albums and has also published a book.[citation needed] On July 7, 2007 Hsu performed at the Chinese leg of Live Earth in Shanghai.[2]



Album # Release date Title Label
1st 3 January 2002 To Be Happy (快樂為主) Universal Music Taiwan
2nd 20 September 2002 Lonely Ballet (孤單芭蕾) Universal Music Taiwan
3rd 8 July 2003 Beautiful Love (美麗的愛情) Universal Music Taiwan
4th 16 June 2004 Happiness (幸福) Universal Music Taiwan
5th 15 November 2005 Chosen One (萬中選一) Universal Music Taiwan
6th 6 October 2006 Mystery (謎) Universal Music Taiwan
7th 11 July 2008 欣的記憶 Universal Music Taiwan
8th 22 May 2009 Love*Over (愛*極限) Universal Music Taiwan
9th 11 January 2013 Evolution (欣*進化) Universal Music Taiwan



Year Award Category
2002 TVB8 (Hong Kong) Most Popular Female New Artist Award
MTV (Taiwan) Top 20 Most Wanted Artists
HITO Awards Best Female Vocalist Award
HITO Amicability Award
Shing-chen Chinese Radio Best Female New Artist Award
2003 Best New Artist Award GMA (Malaysia)
14th Golden Melody Awards, Taiwan Best New Artist Award (Popular music)[3]
Channel V Top 50 Hit Singles of the Year
Most Popular New Artist (nominated)
G-Music Platinum Music Awards
TVB8 Music Award
MTV Style Awards Best New Female Artist Style Award,
2004 TVB8 Music Award
MTV (Taiwan) Top 20 Artists of the Year
Canton Radio/TV Awards Best Female Composer Artist (Taiwan)


  • Legend of Chinese Titans (2012)
  • The Harbor 2012 (2012)


  1. ^ (Chinese) Evonne Hsu's profile at baike.baidu.com Retrieved 2011-04-19
  2. ^ Planet Earth your guide to Live Earth's eight shows. Billboard. 7 July 2007. p. 22. Retrieved 2 June 2010. 
  3. ^ (Chinese) GIO, Taiwan 14th Golden Melody Awards winners list 29 April 2004. Retrieved 2011-04-19

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