Jolin Tsai

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Jolin Tsai
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Chinese name 蔡依林
Pinyin Cài Yī-lín (Mandarin)
Jyutping Coi3 Ji1-lam4 (Cantonese)
Yale Choi3 Yi1-lam4 (Cantonese)
Pe̍h-ōe-jī Chhoà I-lîm (Hokkien)
Birth name 蔡宜凌
Ethnicity Han
Born (1980-09-15) September 15, 1980 (age 35)
Xinzhuang, Taipei County, Taiwan
Other name(s) 蔡依翎 (Personal name)
Occupation Singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, entrepreneur
Genre(s) Pop
Instrument(s) Vocals
Voice type(s) Mezzo-soprano
Label(s) Universal, Sony, Capitol, Warner
Years active 1999; 16 years ago (1999)
Alma mater Fu Jen Catholic University
Official website
Jolin Tsai
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Tsai.

Jolin Tsai (Chinese: 蔡依林, born September 15, 1980) is a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, dancer, actress and entrepreneur. Often referred to as the "Queen of C-pop",[1] "Asia's Dancing Queen"[2] and "Asian Madonna",[3] Tsai has achieved great popularity and fame in Greater China and has a dedicated fanbase worldwide.[4] As a dance-pop vocalist, Tsai is cited as an influence on dance-pop music in Greater China.[5]

Born and raised in Taiwan, Tsai began her singing career by winning the top prize at an MTV singing competition at the tender age of 18.[6] Her debut album, released in 1999 entitled 1019 was a huge success and Tsai quickly became an idol in many Asian hearts. Her fifth album, Magic (2003), is regarded as one of her biggest successes so far, right after album Dancing Diva (2006), which sold over two million copies in Asia.[6] After several successful albums and dozens of hits, she released her latest album Play in 2014.

Tsai is one of the top earners among Taiwanese celebrities today, and she has sold more than 23 million albums and won numerous awards across Asia, including Best Mandarin Female Singer and Most Popular Female Singer at the prestigious 18th Golden Melody Awards.[6] In 2009, Tsai founded and started to manage her own music production and management company Eternal.[7]

Life and career[edit]

1980–99: Early life and career beginnings[edit]

Tsai was born to parents Chu-chen Tsai and Chun-mei Huang in Xinzhuang, Taipei County, Taiwan, on September 15, 1980. She has one elder sister, Jo Tsai.[8] She attended Xinzhuang Elementary School, Xinzhuang Junior High School, and Jingmei Girls' High School. Tsai was known for her high grades in school, and frequently achieved the top three in class since elementary school.[9] Though Tsai was introverted and shy in childhood, she studied English intensively during her youth with the dream of becoming an English teacher and eventually majored in English literature at Fu Jen Catholic University in 1999.

In high school, Tsai and her friends formed her first band, Twister, for which she sang.[10] Tsai first started her singing career by taking part in an MTV singing competition at the age of 18. It was just supposed to be a record of an extracurricular activity she performed in order to help her apply for colleges. She accidentally won the champion in the competition with her rendition of Whitney Houston's No. 1 hit "Greatest Love of All" in the final round. In March 1999, she was signed by Universal Music.[11]

1999–2001: 1019, Don't Stop, Show Your Love, and Lucky Number[edit]

In July 1999, her debut single, "Living with the World", was released. The single was sold in 7-11 and was a big success,[12] which led to the release of her first studio album, 1019, in September 1999. At that time, she was promoted as "Teenage Boy Killer" and was an instant hit among teenagers.[13] The album 1019 ended up with more than 400,000 copies sold in Taiwan.[14]

Following the success of her first album, she released her second studio album, Don't Stop, in April 2000. Many of the hits from the album are well known in Chinese-speaking countries, and the album also became a huge success with more than 450,000 copies sold in Taiwan, which is also Tsai's best-selling album in Taiwan of her career to this date.[15][16] In May 2000, she released her first photo book, Nineteen Years, with pictures mainly taken in Hawaii.

Nearing the age of 21, Tsai changed her stage image for her third studio album, Show Your Love, which was released in December 2000. The album was considered more mature and soothing, with 260,000 copies sold in Taiwan, the album did not sell as well as her previous two albums.[17][18] However, Tsai won a MTV Video Music Awards for International Viewer's Choice Award for the music video of "Fall in Love with a Street" from the album.[19] Later, Tsai sang the Mandarin version of "Where the Dream Takes You", the theme song of the 2001 Disney science fiction film Atlantis: The Lost Empire.

Her fourth studio album, Lucky Number, was released in July 2001, with 150,000 copies sold in Taiwan, the album also failed to match the sales of her first two albums.[20][21] Tsai's music career came to a halt with the conflict with her management company, D Sound, of the time. Tsai's father sued the management company for inappropriate contents in the contract and irregularities in their accounts but lost with a penalty of NT$9 millions.[22][23] At the end of 2001, Tsai's contract with Universal ended, and her first greatest hits album, Together, was released in November. Tsai did not release any studio albums in the following year, but released her second photo book, The Masque of the Princess·The Spirit of Knight, with photos mainly taken in Thailand.

2002–05: Magic, Castle, and J-game[edit]

Tsai signed with Sony Music in February 2002 and got one of the biggest transitions in her music career.[24] Her first single with Sony, "Spirit of the Knight", became a huge hit that led to the release of her highly anticipated fifth studio album, Magic, in March 2003. The album topped the chart for three months with more than 360,000 copies sold in Taiwan, which led her to be the best-selling female singer of the year in Taiwan, and over 1.5 million copies sold in Asia.[25][26] The album contains many of her well-known singles, including the title track that brought Tsai back to the top of the chart; the song some suggested was named after the Monkey King's 72 transformations.[27] Other songs from the album, including Hit FM Annual Top 100 number three single "Say Love You" and "Prague Square" were penned by fellow Taiwan pop singer Jay Chou. The album also helped Tsai be nominated for a Golden Melody Awards for Best Mandarin Female Singer and Best Pop Vocal Album.[28] Later, Tsai collaborated with Indian producer A. R. Rahman and sang the theme song, "Mirage", for the Chinese action adventure film Warriors of Heaven and Earth. In 2003, Tsai starred in the TV drama, Hi! Working Girl, and played the leading role of I-ling Fu. Same year, Tsai got her bachelor's degree and graduated from Fu Jen Catholic University.[29]

Tsai's sixth studio album, Castle, was released in February 2004 and was as popular as her last studio album Magic. Tsai featured ten new songs in the album, such as the ballad "The Smell of Lemon Grass", the dance tracks "36 Tricks of Love" and "Pirates", and "Love Love Love". Just as with Magic, some songs from the album were produced by Jay Chou, including the Hit FM number eight single "It's Love", and the rock ballad "Rewind", which later became one of Tsai's biggest hit. The album sold more than 300,000 copies in Taiwan, which led her to be the best-selling female singer of the year in Taiwan again, and over 2 million copies sold in Asia.[30][31] Tsai was nominated for a MTV Video Music Awards Japan for Best Buzz Asia for the single "Pirates".[32] In August 2004, Tsai began her first concert tour, J1 World Tour. Despite had a few stops, the tour spanned through Asia and performed in North America. In December 2004, Tsai released a remix album called J9. In addition to the remix version of her previous dance songs, Tsai featured two new songs in the album, including the dance hit "Signature Move".

In February 2005, Tsai performed at the CCTV New Year's Gala for the very first time. In March 2005, Tsai released her first English reference book Jolin's English Diary Book. In April 2005, Tsai seventh studio album, J-game, was released. The album became the longest-running album on chart in 2005, with over 260,000 copies sold in Taiwan, which led her to be the best-selling female singer of the year in Taiwan again, and 2 million copies sold in Asia.[31][33] The album featured many hip-hop songs, though it retained the dance-pop and ballad genres presented in her previous studio albums. Tsai supposedly broke up with Jay Chou around the time the album was recording, but she was able to find other songwriters and producers, such as Leehom Wang, the pop singer who produced "Exclusive Myth" for her album. The first single of the album, "J-game", was followed by other singles, including "Greek Girl by the Wishing Fountain", Hit FM number two single "Sky", "Repeated Note", and "Overlooking Purposely".

After she released the album, Tsai rapped in the duet "Destined Guy" with fellow artist Show Luo, which was featured in his album Hypnosis Show. She later performed the song with Show Luo in his first solo concert at Taipei Arena. In September 2005, Tsai was invited to record the Mandarin version of "Under the Sea", a song from the Disney animated film The Little Mermaid, for celebrating the grand opening of Hong Kong Disneyland. In December 2005, Tsai released her second English reference book, Vocabulary 2000. Same month, Tsai released her first live album, J1 Live Concert, presenting performances of hits from her albums 1019 and Castle held in Taipei. Show Luo made a guest appearance in the performance of "Prove It". The DVD did not contain Jay Chou's guest appearance in the concert, in which he sang and danced with Tsai, but it was later contained in the DVD for her next greatest hits album, J-top, which was released in May 2006 and by Sony, including two CDs and a DVD with a 70-minute documentary of Tsai's time at Sony.

2006–08: Dancing Diva and Agent J[edit]

Dancing Diva performed by Jolin Tsai.

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In February 2006, Tsai left Sony to sign with Capitol Music.[34] In order to prepare for her new studio album, Tsai worked hard to perfect her dance and change her stage image again. She won a MTV Asia Awards for The Style Award, and she performed her new single "Dancing Diva" with elements of yoga and rhythmic gymnastics.[35] After the performance in the ceremony, her first studio album with Capitol, Dancing Diva, was released in May 2006. The album later became one of Tsai's most successful albums, with over 260,000 copies sold in Taiwan and over 2 million copies sold in Asia.[36] The album featured her released single "Dancing Diva" along with the dance tracks "Pulchritude" and "Mr. Q", the Hit FM number three single "Pretence", the ballad "Heart Breaking Day", and the bonus track "Attraction of Sexy Lips". Tsai also had a songwriting duty in the album, namely writing the lyrics for the song "The Prologue". According to G-music, Tsai became the best-selling singer of the year in Taiwan.[37]

In October 2006, Tsai released her third remix album, Dancing Forever, which contained two CDs and a DVD. The first disc features all the new materials, including the title track of the album and the theme song of the Dancing Forever World Tour, the covers of songs "I Heard that Love Has Returned", "Reminiscence" and "I'll even Go to the Graveyard" by Chinese singers Sandy Lam, Faye Wong and Chi-tien Yeh, and the Hit FM number one single "Marry Me Today" recorded with David Tao. In the album, she also experimented with two other varieties of Chinese, Hokkien and Cantonese. Up to this point, she had only released music in Mandarin and English. The second disc includes remix versions of three dance hits from the album Dancing Diva, while the DVD features the Lux-sponsored one-off concert held in Kaohsiung in summer 2006. In Fall 2006, Tsai began her second concert tour, Dancing Forever World Tour, which performed to sellout crowds in Asia and then to audiences in North America and Oceania. The opening concert in Hong Kong, which took place on her birthday, featured many special guests, including Hong Kong male singer Eason Chan, Taiwan pop star Rainie Yang and Show Luo. In June 2007, Tsai released her second live album, The Acquired Talent, which features performances in Taipei and documented her work in preparing for the tour. The DVD shows footage of her performing dance sequences with special guests Show Luo, Stanley Huang and Elva Hsiao. The DVD topped the chart for thirteen weeks.[38]

In June 2007, Tsai won a Golden Melody Awards for Most Popular Female Singer and Best Mandarin Female Singer for the very first time.[39][40] Her duet with David Tao, "Marry Me Today", won Best Song of the Year. Tsai's win for Best Female Mandarin Artist drew criticism from netizens and industry critics. However, many said that she won due to her all-round talent, hard work, and universal pop appeal.[41] Regardless of the controversy surrounding the award, she won Most Popular Female Artist following a fan vote conducted a few months prior to the ceremony, beating out many other singers, including A-mei, Fish Leong, and Stefanie Sun. Tsai's second studio album with Capitol, Agent J, was released in September 2007. The album features eleven new songs, including the title track, the ballads "Alone" and "Fear-free", the dance tracks "Bravo Lover" and "Tacit Violence", the Hit FM number one single "Sun Will Never Set", and the bonus track "Let's Move It," which was recorded as a promotional single for Toyota. The deluxe version of the album contains a 70-minute three-part music movie filmed in Paris, London, and Bangkok. The movie, which cost NT$50 million to film, stars Tsai as the leather-clad agent and features Korean actor Kim Jaewon and Hong Kong actors Stephen Fung and Carl Ng.[42][43] Before the filming, Tsai had to learn two new dance genres in ten days, aerial silk and pole dance. She almost paralyzed her right arm and fainted at the time.[44] According to G-music, the album topped the chart for two weeks.[45] Tsai also became the best-selling singer of the year in Taiwan, with 200,000 copies sold in Taiwan and 2.5 million copies sold in Asia.[46]

In October 2007, Tsai collaborated with Australian female singer Kylie Minogue in the song "In My Arms", which was included in the Asian version of Kylie's album X. Tsai was invited to attend the world premiere of Kylie's documentary White Diamond, and she presented Minogue with her latest studio album and a jade bracelet Tsai picked out for her.[47] In September 2008, Tsai was invited to feature in the song, "Beijing Welcomes You", with one hundred famous artists and entertainers from mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korea.[48] The song was a feature song for the 100-day countdown of the 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing, China. In October 2008, Tsai released her first English cover album, Love Exercise. The songs are cover versions of English hits and ranges in many different genres, including the Hit FM number seven single "I Won't Last a Day Without You" (originally by The Carpenters), "Lady Marmalade" (originally by Labelle), "When You Say Nothing at All" (originally by Keith Whitley), and "Physical" (originally by Olivia Newton-John). The album was the best-selling Western-language album of the year in Taiwan, with more than 30,000 copies sold in Taiwan.

2009–present: Butterfly, Myself, Muse, and Play[edit]

In December 2008, Tsai signed with Warner Music. In March 2009, Tsai released her tenth studio album, Butterfly, which was also her first studio album released with Warner. The album features ten new songs, including the title track and Hit FM number ten single "Butterfly", the dance tracks "Hot Winter" and "Real Man", and the ballads "Compromise" and "Parachute". The music video of "Real Man" premiered on Asia's biggest LED screen located in Beijing. Tsai also performed ballet in the music video of "Butterfly", which she spent three months to learn, saying it was the hardest dance she had ever learned.[49][50] Tsai became the best-selling singer of the year in Taiwan, with 130,000 copies sold in Taiwan and 1.5 million copies sold in Asia.[51][52] Tsai later presented the Butterfly School Concert Tour in the year to celebrate the success of the album.[53][54] Tsai injured her thigh and scapula and re-injured her back due to over-training for ballet at the time, and it stopped her from dancing for two months. In October 2009, Tsai founded her own music production and management company, Eternal. In May 2010, Tsai sang the theme song of Taiwan Pavilion, "Heartbeat of Taiwan", at Expo 2010 held in Shanghai.

Following the success of Butterfly, Tsai released her eleventh studio album, Myself, in August 2010. The album features the Hit FM number one single "Honey Trap" and "Black-haired Beautiful Girl", and the ballad "Nothing Left to Say". Eighty percent of the album made with dance-pop songs. Tsai performed Voguing in the music video of "Honey Trap". The album topped the chart for three weeks and went back to top again on its fifth week on the chart. Even if the album was not sold as well as Butterfly, the album has 65,000 copies sold in Taiwan, and Tsai still became the best-selling female singer of the year.[55] Tsai later announced the Myself World Tour, her third concert tour, with a total of 35 shows. In July 2011, Tsai released her first diet book, Keep Fit. In the New Year's Eve of 2012, Tsai attended the Hunan TV New Year Countdown Concert held in Guangzhou, China, it is the first time that she attend a new year countdown concert in mainland China, and her show rated as the best in the concert.

In September 2012, Tsai released her twelfth studio album, Muse.[56] The album combines art, pop, and music to portray how a girl should act and stand out in modern society. This album features eleven new songs, including the Hit FM number two single "The Great Artist", the playful track "Spying on You Behind the Fence", the number ten single "Wandering Poet", and the ballad "Mosaic". The album was greatly recognized by people supporting gay pride with hit songs like "Dr. Jolin" and "Fantasy", both defining love is equal.[57] The album was also a commercial success, with 100,000 copies sold in Taiwan, and Tsai became the best-selling female singer of the year.[58] The album topped the chart for five weeks and topped again in the seventh and thirteenth week.[59][60][61] At the same time, Tsai was also nominated for a MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Asian Act.[62] Tsai performed at Wembley Arena in London, United Kingdom, in October 2012, and it is the first time that Tsai held concert in Europe. In January 2013, she attended the MIDEM held in Cannes and performed in Paris in the concert of Taiwan Music Night. Tsai was nominated for a Golden Melody Awards for Best Music Video, Best Mandarin Album, Best Mandarin Female Singer, and Best Song of the Year.[63] The single "The Great Artist" won Best Song of the Year, the first ever dance-pop song won the award.[64] In June 2014, ahead of 2014 FIFA World Cup that kicked off in June 12 in Brazil, Tsai released an English single, "Now Is the Time", to support the year's World Cup. The song was included in the compilation album Pepsi Beats of the Beautiful Game, and it is also Tsai's very first time to sell her record worldwide. In October 2014, Tsai became the judge for the reality television singing competition of "Rising Star".

In November 2014, Tsai released her thirteenth studio album, Play. The album dominated the chart since its release.[65] Tsai collaborated in the album with American designing team The Blonds, which have previously worked with acclaimed American artists like Beyoncé and Katy Perry. The album title, according to Tsai, was to relay how script, acting, and performance has helped her to gain experiences and wisdom throughout the past two years. With her new witty music and image, Tsai wants her fans will find the album to be playful and joyful as well as bring optimism to the future. Opening with jungle anthem "Gentlewomen", the album contains an amazing assortment of stunners. Hit FM number one single "Play", a pop tour de force, and club thumper "Phony Queen" are accompanied by alternative rock hair raiser "The Third Person and I", sweeping piano and strings ballad "Lip Reading", cinematic delight "Miss Trouble", and perfect synth-driven closer, "We're All Different, Yet the Same". Tsai also made a collaboration in the album with Japanese female singer Namie Amuro for Tsai's own composition called "I'm Not Yours", which contains both English and Mandarin lyrics. The music video of the lead single, "Play", gained three millions views in just three days and over ten million views now on YouTube, which claimed the most rapid view of Chinese language music videos of all time.[66] The album also helped thrusting Tsai into the international spotlight, and the music video of "Play" was also reported on the website of Time magazine, which claimed it the year's best pop music video;[67] The weekly business magazine Bloomberg Businessweek (Chinese Edition) dubbed Tsai the Great Chinese Dance-pop Artist. The album has over 75,000 copies sold in Taiwan, which led Tsai to be the best-selling female singer of the year.[68] In May 2015, Tsai began the Play World Tour, her fourth concert tour. In June 2015, Tsai won a Golden Melody Awards for Best Mandarin Album. In September 2015, Tsai was nominated for a MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Taiwanese Act.

On 29 October 2015, a worker was killed and when the sound, lighting and video rigging collapsed at a concert that Tsai was planning for 31 October at Guangxi Sports Center in Nanning, China. Tsai expressed sadness on her blog.[69][70]



  • Six Friends (2001)
  • Come to My Place (2002)
  • Secretly in Love with You (2002)
  • Hi! Working Girl (2003)


  • Jolin's English Diary Book (2005)
  • Vocabulary 2000 (2005)
  • Love Exercise (2008)
  • Keep Fit (2011)


  • J1 World Tour (2004–06)
  • Dancing Forever World Tour (2006–09)
  • Myself World Tour (2010–13)
  • Play World Tour (2015– )


See also[edit]


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  49. ^ Jolin洗澡金鸡独立练芭蕾 脸贴腿吓坏陶晶莹
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