Mandy Chiang

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Mandy Chiang
Chinese name 蔣雅文 (traditional)
Chinese name 蒋雅文 (simplified)
Pinyin jiang3 ya3 wen2 (Mandarin)
Jyutping zoeng2 ngaa5 man4 (Cantonese)
Origin Shanghai
Born (1982-09-22) 22 September 1982 (age 34)
Hong Kong
Occupation Singer, actress
Genre(s) Cantopop
Label(s) Emperor Entertainment Group
Years active 2002–2008
Associated acts 3T
Don & Mandy

Mandy Nga-man Chiang was a Hong Kong singer signed to the Emperor Entertainment Group's Music Icon Records. Her music career first began in 2002 when she was partnered with Yumiko Cheng (鄭希怡) and Maggie Lau (劉思惠) to form the female group 3T. The group released one EP (少女蝶) and separated shortly after. Then, in 2005, Mandy's music career began again when she was asked to form a musical dua with Don Li, and together, they released three albums. In January 2007, Chiang announced that she and Li would continue their music careers as solo artists. Her debut solo album was released on 24 April 2007, titled Other Half. She also appeared in several movies and TV series. Today, she is the owner of a café and clothing store in Taipei, Taiwan, where she now resides.


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  • 3T - Butterfly (2003)
  • Don & Mandy (2005)
  • Don & Mandy - Rainy Lover (2006)
  • Don & Mandy - Winter Lover (2006)
  • Mandy Chiang - Other Half (2007)
  • Mandy Chiang - Winter Story (2007)

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  1. ^ "Mandy Chiang". Retrieved April 5, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Mandy Chiang". Retrieved April 5, 2010. 

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