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S.H.E in 2010.
L-R: Hebe Tien, Selina Jen, and Ella Chen.
Background information
Also known as女朋友 (Hanyu Pinyin: nǚ péngyǒu; "Girl Friends")
GenresMandopop, Cpop
Years active2001–present
LabelsHIM International Music
WebsiteS.H.E HIM Official Site

S.H.E is a Taiwanese girl group whose members are Selina Jen, Hebe Tien, and Ella Chen. They formed in 2001 and are managed by HIM International Music but decided not to renew their contract in 2019 due to having their own management company.

Since releasing their debut album Girls Dorm (2001), S.H.E has recorded 13 albums with sales totaling more than 10 million,[1] and set ticketing records in each of their two concert tours. Widely regarded as the most successful and enduring Mandopop group, S.H.E has also acted in seven drama series, hosted two variety shows, and contributed ten songs to six drama soundtracks.[2][3]


2001–2003: Pre-debut, Girls Dorm, Youth Co.,Ltd., Genesis, Together and Super Star[edit]

Before releasing S.H.E's first album, HIM International focused on the group's chemistry, and assigned the three girls to live together in a dormitory room.[4] Selina revealed in 2009 that their English names were also changed to fit the group name. Selina named herself Cola, while Hebe was called Anita, while Ella called herself Water pre-debut.[5]

On 11 September 2001, ,[6] S.H.E released their debut album, Girls Dorm, in memory of their prior living quarters, selling an impressive 150,000 copies for a debut group. It also quashed the speculation of an unremarkable debut being on the fateful day and the total sale in Asia is over 750,000 copies. On 29 January 2002, S.H.E's second album, Youth Society, was released and went on to sell more than 250,000 copies and over 1.25 million in asia.[7] With the release of this album, S.H.E Girl Friends underwent a name change and became simply S.H.E. The trio's third album, Genesis, was released on 5 August 2002, approximately six months after Youth Society. Continuing the successes of the group's previous albums, 20,000 copies of Genesis were ordered in advance of the release date. The album would go on to sell 180,000 copies and over 1.75 million in Asia.[6] S.H.E later signed an endorsement deal with N-age, a South Korean online game company. Not only did N-age appear in a couple of music videos, but they also sponsored S.H.E's first major concert in Tainan City, the N-age Genesis Concert, which attracted over 20,000 fans.[8] On 23 January 2003, S.H.E released Together, their first compilation album which sold over 2 million copies.

S.H.E's fourth album was intended for release on 6 August, but due to an injury to Ella,[9][a] Super Star arrived in stores on 22 August 2003.[10] The album featured the group's first pop/rock song, "Super Star", which, for ten consecutive weeks, placed no lower than fourth on Singapore's YES 933 music charts selling more than 2.75 million copies.[11][12] To date, Together and Super Star have combined to sell 580,000 copies;[13] 250,000 copies of Super Star were sold in Taiwan alone.[14]

2004–2005: Magical Journey, Fantasy Land World Tour and Once Upon a Time[edit]

On 6 February 2004, S.H.E released their fifth album, Magical Journey, in two different versions: a Magical Version and a Journey Version. The two versions combined to sell 2.5 million copies in Asia,[15] including 160,000 copies in Taiwan alone.[6] On 2 June, S.H.E and HIM International agreed to extend the trio's contract,[16] which would have expired in October 2005.[17] Later that year, on 4 September 2004, S.H.E began their first major tour, the Fantasy Land Tour. The tour started in Taipei, where more than 25,000 attendees were present,[18] and ended in Genting Highlands, Malaysia. During their concert at the Shanghai Stadium, the trio set an attendance record.[19] The tour raked in NT$22.4 million in gate receipts.[20] The release of S.H.E's sixth album, Encore, was pushed to 12 November 2004 to accommodate Selina's graduation from university in late November. Encore sold two million units in Asia within one week of its release;[21] since then, that number has surpassed 2 million.[22] By the time Encore was due for release, media outlets had already begun labelling S.H.E as "The Number One Girl Group" (Chinese: 女子第一天團).[23][b]

S.H.E had released albums every few months until the end of 2004. However, due to their busy concert schedule, it was over a year until their next album appeared. After releasing Encore, they contributed to the Reaching for the Stars soundtrack, which sold only 50,000 copies.[6] That same year, the girl group Twins released their first Mandarin album, Trainee Cupid, in the Taiwanese market. That album would sell 800,000 copies in two months.[24] The poor sales of the soundtrack and the success of the Twins album led to this period being described as one of the lowest times of S.H.E's career.[25] On 25 November 2005, the trio finally released their seventh album, Once Upon a Time. The album not only set a record with 50,000 pre-orders, but it sold more than two million copies, overshadowing Trainee Cupid. Once Upon a Time debuted on the G-music Chinese language album charts at #1, retained that position for four consecutive weeks, and stayed on the charts for a total of 13 weeks.[26] The album's title track, "Don't Wanna Grow Up" (Chinese: 不想長大),[c] won Song of the Year at Hong Kong’s TVB8 Awards.[27]

2006–2007: Forever, The Perfect 3 World Tour and Play[edit]

On 21 July 2006, S.H.E released a second compilation album, Forever, which sold over 150,000 copies within a week.[28] The album featured five new songs, a compilation of older works, and three songs from older drama soundtracks. Forever included many collaborative works with other artists in the Taiwanese pop music industry. C-pop megastar Jay Chou composed "Electric Shock" (Chinese: 觸電) for the album. The song "Solo Madrigal" (Chinese: 獨唱情歌) was a duet between Selina and Tank, the latter of whom had originally recorded the song for his debut album. For the Tokyo Juliet soundtrack, Hebe and boyband Fahrenheit sang "Only Have Feelings for You" (Chinese: 只對你有感覺), which won several awards including Taiwan's Best Duet Song at the 2006 Sprite China Music Awards.[29]

S.H.E's second major concert tour, The Perfect 3 World Tour, commenced on 8 July 2006 in Shanghai. After their Perfect 3 concert in Hong Kong, which was recorded and released as the group's second live album, S.H.E was commended for their perseverance, amount of dance preparation, and ability to hit their notes.[30] Within the tour's first five months, the group attracted over 200,000 fans, and collected NT$200 million in gate receipts.[31] On 18 April, S.H.E signed on with WOW Music to improve their presence in Hong Kong.[32] Play, the trio's eighth album, was released on 11 May 2007, and was the first S.H.E album released under the new distribution label.[33] Play went double gold within the first four days of the album's pre-order period;[34] by 5 June, more than 150,000 copies were sold.[35] A month after Play's release, S.H.E was nominated for the Most Popular Female Artist award at the 18th Golden Melody Awards but lost to pop diva Jolin Tsai.[36]

2008–2009: FM S.H.E, Map of Love, S.H.E is the One concert and Shero[edit]

On 23 September 2008, S.H.E released their ninth album, FM S.H.E. On this album, members of the band take on the role of radio hosts, and the album itself is interspersed with radio station-esque snippets. The album had a pre-order sale of 42,000 copies in Taiwan and over 1.2 million in asia. An online radio station, FM S.H.E, was also set up for a month in line with the album where there will be different programs being broadcast every day. The viewership of the online radio hit a record high of 100,000 views.

In June 2009, S.H.E released their first digital album, Map of Love in China, where this album will only be digitally release on internet music stores. The album consist of 10 songs of which 8 songs are from their previous albums and 2 new songs, 鎖住時間 "(Lock Up the Time)" and 可愛萬歲 "(Long Live Adorableness)". On 16 October 2009, S.H.E commenced their third world tour, S.H.E is the One concert, with Hong Kong being their first stop. The tickets to the Hong Kong concert were sold out within a few days and this concert had received positive reviews. As of 2010, the concert is still ongoing with more stops to be made. On 26 March 2010, S.H.E released their tenth album, SHERO. The album received positive reviews, with 50,000 copies being pre-ordered in Taiwan before it was released.

2010–present: Selina's injury, Blossomy and second hiatus[edit]

On 22 October 2010, Selina suffered third degree burns on 54% of her body, mostly her back and legs, during an indoor film shooting in Shanghai for musical movie "I have a date with Spring (我和春天有个约会)".[37]

On 19 January 2011, after Selina was hospitalized for two months and discharged, the trio held a press conference to formally address their fans about Selina's injury and her recovery.[38] In May 2011, SHERO, nominated the 22nd Golden Melody Awards's "Top vocal group award".[39]

In June 2012, S.H.E performed on the 23rd Golden Melody Awards and declared regression.[40] On October 11, 2012, S.H.E declared renewal and became one of the main shareholders of HIM International Music.

Blossomy, their eleventh album, was released on 16 November 2012.[41][42]

Since 2014, the group entered their second hiatus. In 2016, they were immortalized with wax figures in Shanghai's Madame Tussands, and then on August 26, issued an extended play "Irreplaceable", and one of the songs "Irreplaceable" in the EP was commemorating for 15th anniversary of S.H.E's debut, after that held "S.H.E 15th Anniversary Exhibition" at Songshan Cultural and Creative Park in Taipei from August 26 to September 19, 2016.

In 2017, S.H.E. returned with a full 16-cassette set of all albums (including 12 full albums and 2 compilation mini-albums) called "S.H.E's in style" on their 16th anniversary.

As of April 2018, Ella is the vocal instructor for Produce 101 China. Ella’s contract has ended with the record label and announced to be not re-contracting on 10 July 2018 with plans of creating her own management company with her husband, however, the group will not disband and continue doing projects as the management will still cooperate with Ella.

On August 30, 2018, a digital single "Seventeen" was released by S.H.E, it was commemorating for 17th anniversary of S.H.E's debut, and the single was issued by form of digital music download, after that held "S.H.E 17th Anniversary Concert" to celebrate the 17th anniversary of S.H.E's debut at Liberty Square in Taipei on September 11, 2018

On September 30, 2018, HIM International Music officially announce that S.H.E will no longer be managed by them. After ending the 17 years collaboration with HIM International Music, three of them had come up with their management agencies individually.

2019-present: Various reunions[edit]

In January 2019, they reunited for child philanthropic feast and made donations to the child poverty charity before Lunar New Year.

On June 29, 2019, they reunited again for The 30th Golden Melody Awards as guests and presented awards for Best Group and Best Band.

On September 28, 2020, they made a surprising reunion during the Taipei leg of Hebe's individual One After Another Tour.

Musical style[edit]

S.H.E's oxalis (centre), as it appears on Forever. The oxalis, a type of clover, is found on every album cover with varying designs.

S.H.E has released eleven studio albums to date, including three compilation albums and one which is only digitally released. All of S.H.E's album covers display an oxalis, the symbol for the group. On some covers, the clover is easy to spot on the front (Girls Dorm, Together, Encore, Forever, Play) or on the back (FM S.H.E); on other covers, its appearance is more subtle (Super Star, Once Upon a Time). S.H.E's other contributions include songs in the soundtracks of Magical Love, The Rose, Reaching for the Stars, Tokyo Juliet, The Little Fairy, Hanazakarino Kimitachihe, and Bull Fighting. In 2008, they sang the ending theme for the film CJ7.

The group is also known for harmonizing between each other, but has no designated lead singer and has no leader. All three members have different vocal ranges to complement each other. Ella sings within the alto to mezzo-soprano range, while Hebe and Selina sing within the mezzo-soprano to soprano range, with Ella having the widest vocal range of the three.[43][d]

Most S.H.E songs fall into the category of pop music. Songs from this genre consist of light melodies,[44] simple drum beats, and the occasional piano or synthesizer accompaniment. In Girls Dorm and Youth Society, acoustic guitar melody lines were used as well. While some slower songs, particularly those in Genesis, fall into the genre of R&B,[7] high-tempo songs, such as "Beauty Up My Life", focus more on techno. S.H.E has also sung a few pop/rock songs, including "Piquancy" (Chinese: 痛快), "Super Star", and "Star Light" (Chinese: 星光). As their career progressed, S.H.E began mixing light-hearted pop ballads with elements of hip hop and dance. Attempts to fuse these genres started with songs such as "If You're Happy, Then I'll Be Pleased" (Chinese: 你快樂我隨意), which contained a short rap segment, and evolved into songs such as "Listen to Yuan Wei Jen Play Guitar" (Chinese: 聽袁惟仁彈吉他), which is composed entirely of rap with the exception of the chorus.


Shi Rencheng (Chinese: 施人誠) serves as the group's main lyricist since the group's debut. Between the releases of Magical Journey and Forever, Daryl Yao (Chinese: 姚若龍; pinyin: Yáo Ruòlóng) was a regular contributor as well.[e] The lyrics of Jay Chou's main lyricist, Vincent Fang, have also made numerous appearances.[f] On some occasions, S.H.E members even contributed their own lyrics. Hebe wrote the words for "Say You Love Me" (Chinese: 說你愛我) and "Too Late" (Chinese: 來不及), and penned the rap portion of "So Long as You're Happy". Selina was responsible for the lyrics of "Silenced" (Chinese: 安靜了). Selina wrote the lyrics "Wife"(Chinese:老婆). They wrote the lyrics "Don't say goodbye"(Chinese:不说再见)


S.H.E's albums contain quite a number of cover songs. Among the group's 90 songs, 28 are covers. Earlier albums often included cover songs; however, since 2004, the group has recorded no more than two covers per album. In most covers, the songs' original titles were kept. Other songs, such as Westlife's "Soledad", were simply given new Chinese titles. The lyrics are usually rewritten, but some songs, such as Charlene's "I've Never Been To Me", are sung in their original English. While the musical style is usually maintained, some covers, such as "Only Lonely" and "I.O.I.O", have a lighter, bubblegum pop feel.

Older pieces and nursery rhymes are occasionally parodied. "Don't Wanna Grow Up" is a parody of Mozart's 40th Symphony, and "London Bridge is Falling Down" (Chinese: 倫敦大橋垮下來) is based on the children's song of the same name. The verses of "Thanks for Your Gentleness" (Chinese: 謝謝你的溫柔) are original compositions, but the chorus is borrowed from Mayday's "Gentle and Soft".

S.H.E's covers have received less critical acclaim than their original works. During the group's career, original compositions have combined for nearly 20 awards, whereas covers have been lauded only twice.[g]

Television and film career[edit]

From late 2001 to early 2002, Hebe and Ella acted in the drama, Magical Love. Ella starred as Juliet, a recent high school graduate who is constantly looking for her Romeo. Hebe portrayed the secondary role of Sha Sha, Juliet's self-conscious and assertive friend. Selina was absent because she was studying at the National Taiwan Normal University.[45] The songs "Remember" and "Belief" was used as the drama's opening and ending themes, respectively. In February, S.H.E signed on to be co-hosts on Jacky Wu's show, Guess Guess Guess. During S.H.E's tenure on the show, ratings averaged over 3.5, regularly putting the show in the top 10 for weekend shows.[46] S.H.E stopped hosting Guess Guess Guess in July. In April 2003, the trio guest-hosted two episodes of the Taiwanese variety show, Happy Sunday, before signing on as co-hosts in May.[47] However, during S.H.E's Happy Sunday tenure, at the height of the SARS epidemic, Hebe exhibited fever-like symptoms while coming home from Singapore.[48] Since Ella was living with Hebe at the time, both were forced into quarantine for 10 days, leaving Selina as the only one in the group who could host the television show Happy Sunday.[49]

All three S.H.E members appeared in the drama, The Rose, where Ella starred as Zheng Bai He, a girl suffering from low self-esteem. Selina played two secondary roles: her first character, Zhuang Zhe Qin, was a beautiful yet frail girl with a heartwarming personality. Her second character, Di Ya Man, is Qin's doppelganger with an arrogant and domineering personality. Hebe portrayed Xiao Feng, a girl who quietly pursues Han Kui but Kui is infatuated with Bai He. In spite of the high costs, The Rose was the highest rated television drama in its time slot.[50] At the 2004 Golden Bell Awards, which are presented by the GIO to honour the year's best television programs, The Rose was crowned Most Popular Drama.[citation needed] S.H.E sang "Flowers Have Blossomed" (Chinese: 花都開好了) for the drama's soundtrack. The song not only debuted at #1 on the UFO Music Charts,[51] but it also stayed on the YES 93.3 charts for ten weeks, holding the #1 position for two consecutive weeks.

On July 29, 2003, Ella performed a stunt as part of S.H.E's Happy Sunday segment. The stunt, which involved jumping off different floors of a building, was part of a public service video that explained proper fire escape procedures.[52] On her first attempt, Ella followed protocol, jumped off the second floor of a building, and landed safely.[9] On her second attempt, she was asked to jump off the third floor. However, as she jumped off, Ella became nervous and failed to follow the safety procedures correctly, leading to her falling on a fire escape from twenty feet and shattering her hip.[53] Paramedics transported her to the Neihu Tri-Service General Hospital before being redirected to the National Taiwan University Hospital.[9] Ella was released from the hospital after a 23-day stay,[54] but she went home to Pingtung for five months in order to recuperate.[52] In spite of this incident, the Japan National Tourist Organization, who had admired S.H.E's hosting abilities, asked Happy Sunday to promote Japanese tourism.[55] As a result, Selina and Hebe hosted "Yokoso! Japan", a special Happy Sunday segment that explored numerous facets of Japanese culture.[56] In January 2004, Ella appeared in the final two episodes of "Yokoso! Japan". However, during the segment's four-episode run, producers were already searching for S.H.E's replacements, and ultimately chose Taiwanese singer Phil Chang.[57] S.H.E discontinued hosting Happy Sunday once they began promoting the album Magical Journey.[58]

Selina and Hebe, along with 28 other celebrities, were cast for the three-episode drama series Happy New Year 2004.[59] In February, both S.H.E members co-starred in the movie, A Disguised Superstar (Chinese: 冒牌天皇), with Miriam Yeung; in April, Hebe acted as the female love interest in the first episode of Say Yes Enterprise (Chinese: 求婚事務所). The episode would earn a rating of 1.93, placing third behind My Secret Garden II (Chinese: 我的秘密花園II) and Snow Angel (Chinese: 雪天使).[60] In October 2005, all three members of S.H.E starred in the drama, Reaching for the Stars,[h] and sang its opening theme, "Star Light". The drama focused on the fate of an electronics company whose chairman had just died. Selina played the role of Zhou Xinlei, the chairman's spoiled but good-natured daughter. Ella starred as Ren Jie, a clever girl who assumed the identity of the company's heiress to save her brother. Hebe portrayed Shen Xiaorou, a strong-willed policewoman who lives with her ailing grandmother. Reaching for the Stars had the misfortune of airing its pilot episode during the final episode of The Prince Who Turns into a Frog. While the average rating for the pilot episode of Reaching for the Stars was 1.17, the final episode of The Prince Who Turns into a Frog set a 2005 record for highest average episode rating (6.93) and highest episode rating (11.35).[61] In the end, despite heavy investment in the series' production,[62] Reaching for the Stars had only achieved mediocre television ratings. Nevertheless, Ella was nominated for Best Actress at the 2006 Golden Bell Awards.[63]

In the spring of 2006, Ella pursued her own on-screen interests and was cast for the lead female role of a Taiwanese idol drama, which was scheduled to air later that year. In January 2007, Selina and Hebe signed half-year contracts to be the co-hosts of Guess Guess Guess,[64] the show that they had hosted five years earlier. The drama starring Ella, Hanazakarino Kimitachihe, finally began airing in November, and continued until its finale on March 4, 2007. Ella was featured as Lu Ruixi, an American tomboy who transfers schools so she can see her high jump idol every day. During its 15-episode run, the drama never relinquished its ratings crown.[65] S.H.E sang the song, "What to Do?" (Chinese: 怎麽辦) as the drama's opening theme. In June 2007, SET TV selected Hebe to star in Bull Fighting as the daughter of the man who owns 13th Street. S.H.E sang "How Have You Been Lately?" (Chinese: 你最近還好嗎) as the drama's ending theme.

In the movie CJ7, S.H.E sang one of its OST entitled "Qi Zai".

In May 2009, Ella was cast for the lead female role for the Taiwanese idol drama, Down With Love (就想賴著妳). The drama was aired on 31 January 2010. In the drama, Ella was featured as Yang Guo, kind-natured and innocent. When met with any kind of unlucky circumstances, she would always find a way to encourage and spur herself on, adopting a bright and optimistic outlook. S.H.E sang the song, "Loving You" (traditional Chinese: 愛上你) as the drama's ending theme.

In May 2010, Selina was invited as a guest host for the 700th episode of 'Guess Guess Guess' special edition, along with Jacky Wu. From 24 July 2010 onwards, Selina would be co-hosting 'Guess Guess Guess' with Halem Yu, with changes made to the television programme.

On 22 Oct 2010. Selina was seriously injured during an accident on the set of her new drama, I have a date with spring (我和春天有個約會) in Shanghai. She suffered from third-degree burns in 54% of her body. Her co-star Yu Haoming (俞灏明) was also seriously injured. On 19 Jan 2011, Selina had finally made her first appearance in the press conference at the hospital. Selina was thankful for the concern, care, and blessings from the public she was also grateful to the nurses who took care of her saying that they were like angels, and was happy that she finally got to leave the hospital and go back home.

Influence and impact[edit]


By 2001, the vast majority of notable singing groups in Taiwan[j] were male. When S.H.E was formed, other girl groups were only beginning to earn their fame in the Taiwanese music industry, but few would last more than two years. Formed in 2000, 4 in Love had similar success to S.H.E during their first year in the entertainment business, but broke up less than two years later.[66] Among the former members of 4 in Love, Rainie Yang is the only member to have continued her singing career. Other groups, such as Walkie Talkie (Chinese: 錦繡二重唱), were formed as a result of talent competitions, but were less notable during the course of their careers.[67] Over a year after S.H.E's formation, the state of girl groups in Taiwan had changed little. In January 2003, radio station UFM1003 released a list of its Top 10 Taiwanese Pop Groups for the year 2002. Although S.H.E was ranked first, they were the only all-female group on the list.[68]

During the course of S.H.E's career, a significant number of musical groups were introduced by their companies as "the next S.H.E" with hopes of emulating their success. When Warner Music Taiwan wanted to form a three-person boy band, they planned on marketing them as "the male version of S.H.E" before coming up with the name "G-Boys".[69] Some groups were formed to topple S.H.E's standing as Taiwan's premier pop group. Jungiery Star manager Sun Derong stated that 7 Flowers was formed just to provide competition for S.H.E.[70] Despite the increase in competition, S.H.E maintains a definitive stranglehold on the Mandopop group awards, suggesting that the formation of these new groups has done little to ruffle the trio's feathers.


In 2001, S.H.E began promoting the first of many products, including those of Digimaster and beverage chain Fuzion Smoothie. Since then, the group has endorsed numerous companies, including Bausch & Lomb (2002–present),[71] Coca-Cola (2004–present),[2] and China Mobile (2006–present).[72] One of S.H.E's more notable commercials was for World of Warcraft,[3] where the girls were put into the context of a fantasy gaming world.[73]

S.H.E regularly contributes songs for endorsement campaigns. The songs "Too Much" and "Beauty Up My Life", from their debut album Girls Dorm, were used in commercials for Sogo and Wacoal, respectively.[74] "Genesis" (Chinese: 美麗新世界) and "Watch Me Shine", from the 2002 album Genesis, were used for N-age, a South Korean online game.[75][76][77] "Piquancy", from 2004 album Encore, was used to promote the online game New Legendary Twins (Chinese: 新絕代雙嬌). In collaboration with Fahrenheit, S.H.E sang "Always Open" for 7-Eleven.[78]

Companies frequently use S.H.E's music videos as advertising tools. The videos for "Genesis" and "Watch Me Shine" featured gameplay in N-age; "Excuse" (Chinese: 藉口) showed flashes of Inventec's OKWAP phones.[79] Daphne (Chinese: 達芙妮女鞋), a Chinese shoe company, used the songs "Super Model", "Laurel Tree Goddess" (Chinese: 月桂女神), "Good Mood Just Be Yourself" (Chinese: 好心情Just Be Yourself), and "Miss Universe" (Chinese: 宇宙小姐) for their promotional campaigns.[80][81] Top Girl, a Taiwan clothing company, had also used the song, "Girls' Be Strong" (Chinese: 女孩當自強) from FM S.H.E for their promotional campaigns.


According to Baidu's year-end Top Search Terms survey, the most-searched movie of 2004 was House of Flying Daggers (Chinese: 十面埋伏). The phrase logged more than 1.2 million searches, which was nearly twice as many as second place (Kung Fu Hustle). Baidu attributed this difference to the fact that S.H.E had released a song with the same name earlier that year. As a result, searches for the song were lumped together with the movie, thereby inflating the latter's search totals.[82]

S.H.E has also influenced television dramas, education systems, and even business operations. In the I Not Stupid Too television series, Chengcai, the wushu-practicing protagonist, was courted by three members of the school's chess society: Shirley, Helen, and Elaine, who were collectively known as S.H.E.[83] On a 2005 secondary school English examination, S.H.E was the subject of a reading comprehension passage that mentioned their involvement with CCTV's annual Spring Festival Evening show.[84] Cliff Wu, the president of Teradata's Greater China operations, was so amazed at how S.H.E affected his teenage daughters that he borrowed the group's name and transformed it into an acronym, summarizing the three main elements of Teradata's plan for entering the Chinese market. S represents "Strategy", while H and E represent "Human" and "Execution".[85]



Standalone concerts[edit]

Date Concert Name Location Special guests
August 24, 2002 N-Age Genesis Concert
(N-age 美麗新世界演唱會)
Tainan City Government Square Z-Chen
June 3, 2007 Play concert
Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf, New Taipei City
July 28, 2007 Play fun party concert
(Play慶功fun party演唱會)
Singapore EXPO
October 19, 2008 Top Girl FM S.H.E Concert
(Top Girl 我的電台 FM S.H.E 新歌演唱會)
National Taiwan Normal University Stadium, Taipei Deserts Chang, Judy Chou
September 11, 2018 S.H.E 17th Anniversary Concert Liberty Square, Taipei

Fantasy Land world tour[edit]

Date Tour Location Venue Special guests
4 September 2004 奇幻樂園台北演唱會 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Municipal Stadium
30 October 2004 奇幻樂園上海演唱會 Shanghai, China Hongkou Stadium
6 November 2004 奇幻樂園吉隆坡演唱會 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Bukit Jalil National Stadium
25 December 2004 S.H.E 銀色夢幻演唱會 Las Vegas, U.S. MGM Grand Garden Arena Nick Cheung, Z-Chen
8 January 2005 奇幻樂園新加坡演唱會 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
15 January 2005 奇幻樂園廣州演唱會 Guangzhou, China Tianhe Sports Center Cancelled
23 September 2005 奇幻樂園北京演唱會 Beijing, China Workers Stadium
25 September 2005 奇幻樂園西安演唱會 Xi'an, China Jiaodaruisun Stadium
12 November 2005 奇幻樂園南京演唱會 Nanjing, China Nanjing Olympic Sports Center
7 January 2006 星光燦爛雲頂演唱會 Genting Highlands, Malaysia Arena of Stars Kaira Gong

Perfect 3 world tour[edit]

Date Tour Location Venue Special guests
8 July 2006 移動城堡上海演唱會 Shanghai, China Shanghai Stadium Jay Chou, Will Pan, Tank
13 July 2006 移動城堡香港演唱會 Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Coliseum Jay Chou, Z-Chen, Tank
14 October 2006 移動城堡瀋陽演唱會 Shenyang, China Wulihe Stadium Jay Chou, Will Pan, Tank
21 October 2006 移動城堡武漢演唱會 Wuhan, China Wuhan Stadium Jay Chou, Will Pan, Tank
11 November 2006 移動城堡深圳演唱會 Shenzhen, China Shenzhen Stadium Fahrenheit, Tank
16 December 2006 移動城堡台北演唱會 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena Coco Lee, Fahrenheit, Tank
27 January 2007 移動城堡新加坡演唱會 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Stefanie Sun, Fahrenheit
1 September 2007 移動城堡北京演唱會 Beijing, China Olympic Sports Centre Jade Liu, Tank
13 October 2007[86] 移動城堡長沙演唱會 Changsha, China Helong Stadium Jay Chou, Will Pan
10 November 2007 移動城堡珠海演唱會 Zhuhai, China Zhuhai Stadium Jade Liu, Tank
1 December 2007[87] 大馬移動城堡演唱會 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Stadium Merdeka Fahrenheit
20 June 2009 移動城堡世界巡迴
Macau, China Cotai Arena Tank, Peter Pan

*special stop

S.H.E is the One world tour[edit]

Date Tour Location Venue Special guests
16 October 2009 愛而為一香港演唱會 Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Coliseum
17 October 2009 愛而為一香港演唱會 Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Coliseum
31 October 2009 愛而為一上海演唱會 Shanghai, China Shanghai Stadium
6 March 2010 愛而為一馬來西亞演唱會 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Yoga Lin
4 April 2010 愛而為一洛陽演唱會 Luoyang, China Luoyang New District Stadium
17 April 2010 愛而為一新加坡演唱會 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
29 May 2010 愛而為一台北演唱會 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena
26 June 2010 愛而為一北京演唱會 Beijing, China Capital Indoor Stadium
17 July 2010 愛而為一澳門演唱會 Macau, China Cotai Arena
1 August 2010 愛而為一呼和浩特演唱會 Hohhot, China Hohhot City Stadium
14 August 2010 愛而為一成都演唱會 Chengdu, China Sichuan Gymnasium
17 September 2010 愛而為一澳洲雪梨演唱會 Sydney, Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre

2gether 4ever world tour[edit]

Date Tour Location Venue Special guests Remarks
22 June 2013 2gether 4ever 台北演唱會 2013 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena
23 June 2013 2gether 4ever 台北演唱會 2013 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena
29 June 2013 2gether 4ever 澳門演唱會 2013 Macau, Macau Cotai Arena
13 July 2013 2gether 4ever 上海演唱會 2013 Shanghai, China Mercedes-Benz Arena
20 July 2013 2gether 4ever 吉隆坡演唱會 2013 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Putra Indoor Stadium
10 August 2013 2gether 4ever 廣州演唱會 2013 Guangzhou, China Guangzhou Gymnasium
31 August 2013 2gether 4ever 成都演唱會 2013 Chengdu, China Sichuan Sports Centre
7 September 2013 2gether 4ever 南京演唱會 2013 Nanjing, China Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre
13 September 2013 2gether 4ever 北京演唱會 2013 Beijing, China Capital Indoor Stadium
12 October 2013 2gether 4ever 香港演唱會 2013 Hong Kong, Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
13 October 2013 2gether 4ever 香港演唱會 2013 Hong Kong, Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
14 October 2013 2gether 4ever 香港演唱會 2013 Hong Kong, Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum Extra addition
20 October 2013 2gether 4ever 天津演唱會 2013 Tianjin, China Tianjin Sports Centre
26 October 2013 2gether 4ever 新加坡演唱會 2013 Singapore, Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Final stop in 2013
17 May 2014 2gether 4ever 深圳演唱會 2014 安可場 Shenzhen, China Shenzhen Bay Sports Center 2014 Encore Edition
31 May 2014 2gether 4ever 武漢演唱會 2014 安可場 Wuhan, China Wuhan Sports Center Stadium 2014 Encore Edition
12 July 2014 2gether 4ever 上海演唱會 2014 安可場 Shanghai, China Mercedes-Benz Arena 2014 Encore Edition
19 July 2014 2gether 4ever 高雄演唱會 2014 安可場 Kaohsiung, Taiwan Kaohsiung Arena 2014 Encore Edition
2 August 2014 2gether 4ever 北京演唱會 2014 安可場 Beijing, China MasterCard Center 2014 Encore Edition, also 北演之夏演出季——七夕情歌演唱會之S.H.E 2gether 4ever 世界巡迴演唱會2014安可場 北京站 due to its coincidence with the traditional Double Seventh Festival, which is regarded as the Chinese version of "valentine's day".
9 August 2014 2gether 4ever 台北演唱會 2014 安可場 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena Mayday 2014 Encore Edition
10 August 2014 2gether 4ever 台北演唱會 2014 安可場 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena Power Station 2014 Encore Edition
23 August 2014 2gether 4ever 廣州演唱會 2014 安可場 Guangzhou, China Guangzhou International Sports and Performance Center 2014 Encore Edition



Title Chinese Author Publishing Date Publisher
So Young! 真青春! Huang Ziming[*] 15 September 2002 Jie Bi Books
S.H.E Daybook S.H.E時光日記簿 S.H.E 17 January 2003 Ping Zhuang Ben (平裝本)
S.H.E's Crazy Battle Vol. 1 S.H.E瘋狂大作戰 第1彈 Bill Chia 1 July 2004 Crown Publishing
Travel Along With Me 跟我一起去旅行 S.H.E 26 July 2004 Taiwan Television Culture (台視文化)
Selina Loves Beading Selina愛的小珠珠 Selina Jen 25 September 2006 Ru He (如何)
S.H.E's Crazy Battle vol. 2 S.H.E瘋狂大作戰 第2彈 Bill Chia 12 September 2008
The 3 Spas of Love 爱的3温暖 S.H.E, Jiaozi 31 July 2009 HIM International Music (華研國際音樂)

*^ Photographer.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • (in Chinese) Jiaozi (角子). The Girls Dormitory (半熟卵女生宿舍). Republic of China: Linking Books. 2001. ISBN 957-08-2317-8
  • Zhang, Guoxiang (張國祥) (2006). Reaching for the Stars: S.H.E — Idol Series (真命天女S.H.E - 偶像集中营) (in Chinese). People's Republic of China: China Broadcasting Television Publishing Company (中國廣播電視出版社). ISBN 7-5043-4920-8.


  • a.^ See Television and film career.
  • b.^ Searching "女子第一天團" with "S.H.E" on Chinese search engines yields only results written after the release of Encore.
  • c.^ Although the English translations of the song and album are different, the Chinese names are the same (simplified Chinese: 不想长大; traditional Chinese: 不想長大; pinyin: Bù Xiǎng Zhǎng Dà).
  • d.^ The article states that Ella is an alto, but there have been instances when Ella sings slightly above the alto range (i.e. into the mezzo soprano range) in songs such as "What to Do?" and "Don't Wanna Grow Up". Similarly, Hebe and Selina are listed in the article as sopranos, but there have been songs, such as "Persian Cat", where they sang notes more fitting for a mezzo-soprano.
  • e.^ Yao wrote the lyrics for "Wisteria" (紫藤花), "A Vision Of Eternity" (一眼萬年), "I Love You" (我愛你) and "The Story of Romeo and Juliet" (茱羅記).
  • f.^ Fang's lyrics are found in five songs: "Riverside Park" (河濱公園), "Norse Mythology" (北歐神話), "Laurel Goddess" (月桂女神), "Tropical Rainforest" (熱帶雨林), and "Migratory Bird" (侯鳥). The last two songs, which Fang co-produced with Jay Chou, are both Annual Best Singles (2002 and 2004, respectively).
  • g.^ See List of awards and nominations received by S.H.E.
  • h.^ The Chinese name for Reaching for the Stars, Zhen Ming Tian Nü (真命天女), is derived from the Chinese name for the group Destiny's Child, Tian Ming Zhen Nü (天命真女). Coincidentally, the plot of the drama revolves around three girls who seemed destined to meet each other.
  • i.^ The magazine article refers to artists like Richie Ren (also mentioned in the article) as "talented types", while S.H.E qualified as an "idol type".
  • j.^ The usage of "Taiwan" in this article, unless otherwise specified, refers to the Taiwanese music industry (as opposed to the music industries of China and Hong Kong).
  • k.^ HIM announced the Xuite blog on April 20, 2007 initially as a countdown for the album Play.[88]


  1. ^ Available Taiwanese/Asian album sales from 2001-2012:

    Youth Society:

    Genesis, Super Star:

    Magical Journey:



    Together (Best Collection):

    • (in Chinese) MTV 200. S.H.E's newest album, Youth Society. Retrieved 1 June 2014. Since Super Star and Together combined for 580,000 copies, and Super Star sold 300,000+, then it can be assumed that Together sold around 280,000.

    Forever (Best Collection 2003–2006):

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  12. ^ (in Chinese)YES 93.3 Music Charts - Week 46 (November 16). 2003. Retrieved February 15, 2007. Archived February 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  13. ^ (in Chinese) MTV 200. S.H.E's newest album, Youth Society. Retrieved February 6, 2007. Archived June 13, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
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  17. ^ (in Chinese) Record label warns that one needs to wholeheartedly further one's enterprise; for five years, the group S.H.E has been banned from marrying Archived December 24, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. June 5, 2004. Retrieved November 18, 2007.
  18. ^ (in Chinese) QQ Entertainment. Superwomen S.H.E sit down for an interview; Ella calls Selina "wifey" Archived 2007-08-16 at the Wayback Machine. August 17, 2005. Retrieved February 15, 2007.
  19. ^ (in Chinese) Sina.com Entertainment. S.H.E to hold a concert in Shanghai next month, with Jay Chou, Will Pan, and Tank as guest stars Archived 2007-01-20 at the Wayback Machine. June 23, 2006. Retrieved February 4, 2007.
    Sina.com did not reveal what the previous attendance record was.
  20. ^ (in Chinese) The earnings of Taiwan's most popular celebrities are revealed. April 29, 2005. Retrieved April 30, 2007. Archived February 21, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  21. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E's new album sales break the 1 million mark; main zhuda is about Ella's first love. December 1, 2004. Retrieved February 24, 2007. Archived November 13, 2006, at the Wayback Machine
  22. ^ (in Chinese) The Beijing Times. (Hosted by Sohu.com Music) The voices of these unique songs maintain high standards, S.H.E takes you on a Magical Journey Archived 2007-02-28 at the Wayback Machine. August 8, 2005. Retrieved February 6, 2007.
  23. ^ (in Chinese) Eastday Entertainment. Six albums are not enough, S.H.E's seventh album, Encore, is youthful and wonderful Archived 2007-11-14 at the Wayback Machine. November 11, 2004. Retrieved February 15, 2007.
  24. ^ (in Chinese) Li Zhiming. Guangxi News. Twins turn into Trainee Cupids in Beijing; first Mandarin album sells 800,000 copies Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine. March 30, 2005. Retrieved February 23, 2007.
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  26. ^ (in Chinese) G-Music album charts. Retrieved February 23, 2007. Select "2006" under the year menu, choose week 6. Archived February 21, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  27. ^ (in Chinese) 2006 Hong Kong TVB8 Awards - List of Award Winners Archived 2011-05-26 at the Wayback Machine. December 17, 2006. Retrieved June 28, 2007.
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  29. ^ (in Chinese) Sprite Music Awards - Aaron Kwok reaps 6 major awards Archived 2007-12-24 at the Wayback Machine. January 21, 2007.
  30. ^ (in Chinese) Shang Zhongren. Asia Times. S.H.E lands in Hong Kong Coliseum, Selina performs a hot, sexy dance + several good pictures. July 14, 2006. Retrieved March 3, 2007. Archived January 27, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  31. ^ (in Chinese) Xinhua News. Over 200 million earned in 5 months; 200,000 concert-goers make S.H.E into a legend Archived 2007-10-17 at the Wayback Machine. November 8, 2006. Retrieved July 9, 2007.
  32. ^ (in Chinese) Sina.com.Hong Kong's New Music Label: Possible Future Collaborations of Candy Lo and Fahrenheit Archived October 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. April 18, 2007. Retrieved April 21, 2007.
  33. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E to promote new album in May, first MV for the album's zhuda features monks practising kung fu Archived 2012-03-10 at the Wayback Machine. March 30, 2007. Retrieved March 30, 2007.
  34. ^ (in Chinese) HIM International. S.H.E breaks record; hands numb after signing around 10,000 autographs; charged with 8 tickets; 50,000 sold in 4 days of preordering; record label very thankful, happy enough to coolly show private photos to fans; fans dress up to perform tongue-twisters; S.H.E laughed till their stomachs hurt while judging Archived June 30, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. April 29, 2007. Retrieved June 7, 2007.
  35. ^ Sales Play are impressive: 150,000 sold and over 2.5 million in Asia, S.H.E "receives" Golden Melody, Golden Bell, and Golden Role Model "awards" Archived June 7, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. June 5, 2007. Retrieved June 7, 2007.
  36. ^ (in Chinese) Jolin defeats S.H.E for the Most Popular Female Artist award at the Golden Melody Awards Archived 2011-05-26 at the Wayback Machine. June 16, 2007. Retrieved July 26, 2007.
  37. ^ Selina受傷的模擬視 Archived 2010-11-20 at the Wayback Machine
  38. ^ 亮相8分鐘S.H.E再合體Selina戰勝灼傷出院 Archived 2011-09-16 at the Wayback Machine 2011-01-20
  39. ^ S.H.E呼聲高 能否合體拿獎受關注 Archived May 18, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  40. ^ S.H.E.金曲強勢回歸!Selina足蹬5公分高跟鞋復出 Archived 2012-09-06 at the Wayback Machine 2012-6-25
  41. ^ SHE合體錄音 彩帶紅毯迎接 Archived 2012-07-18 at the Wayback Machine 2012-07-12 Central News Agency
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  43. ^ (in Chinese) UDN Stars. United Daily News. Little girls want to grow up Archived 2007-12-24 at the Wayback Machine. September 20, 2003. Retrieved March 2, 2007.
  44. ^ (in Chinese) Singtao News. Kung Fu brings revival to the Mainland [China] music scene Archived April 11, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. March 24, 2006. Retrieved March 2, 2007.
  45. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E's clothing "auction" attracts many fans Archived October 18, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. May 18, 2005. Retrieved February 24, 2007.
  46. ^ (in Chinese) Zhang Ruichen. Liberty Times. S.H.E leaving Guess? Archived 2007-01-17 at the Wayback Machine July 6, 2002. Retrieved February 27, 2007.
  47. ^ (in Chinese) Happy Sunday to take a hit on S.H.E from now on Archived 2008-07-26 at the Wayback Machine. April 16, 2003. Retrieved March 1, 2007.
  48. ^ (in Chinese) Channel News Asia. Hebe shows SARS-like symptoms, S.H.E to be quarantined for 10 days. April 25, 2003. Retrieved February 6, 2007. Archived September 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  49. ^ (in Chinese) News Sichuan (hosted by Tom.com). Hebe and Ella quarantined for 14 days. S.H.E: freedom is a great feeling. May 12, 2003. Retrieved February 6, 2007. Archived July 5, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  50. ^ (in Chinese) Feeling love makes The Rose jump towards its first broadcast Archived 2004-06-30 at the Wayback Machine. June 30, 2004. Retrieved July 26, 2007.
  51. ^ (in Chinese) UFO Music Charts: Week 27 of 2003. Retrieved February 26, 2007. Archived December 7, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  52. ^ a b Woodworth, Mark. Pop Stop Archived 2007-08-07 at the Wayback Machine. January 9, 2004. Retrieved February 21, 2007.
  53. ^ (in Chinese) Xinhua Net News. S.H.E member pretends to jump, ends up breaking hipbone Archived 2007-02-17 at the Wayback Machine. July 30, 2003. Retrieved February 6, 2007.
  54. ^ (in Chinese) After 23 days, Ella is finally released from hospital Archived 2005-12-27 at the Wayback Machine. August 22, 2003. Retrieved March 19, 2007.
  55. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E is coming back to Happy Sunday next Sunday Archived 2012-09-08 at archive.today. November 8, 2003. Retrieved July 26, 2007.
  56. ^ (in Chinese) Sina.com Entertainment. S.H.E, as "ambassadors" in Japan, scare away Rie Miyazawa. Archived 2006-05-15 at the Wayback Machine November 14, 2003. Retrieved February 15, 2007.
  57. ^ (in Chinese) Chang Hsiao-yan and Phil Chang's first time hosting together for Happy Sunday Archived October 11, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. February 6, 2004. Retrieved July 30, 2007.
  58. ^ (in Chinese) Taipei Today. Phil Chang enters Happy Sunday, S.H.E and Li Mingyi are guests 張宇踏入快樂星期天 SHE林依晨當來賓 Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. February 5, 2004. Retrieved July 30, 2007.
  59. ^ (in Chinese) Independent video: Summary of S.H.E's Happy New Year 2004 Archived 2005-09-10 at the Wayback Machine. January 19, 2004. Retrieved April 1, 2007.
  60. ^ (in Chinese) Feng Yixian, Chen Youying. The Liberty Times. Secret Garden takes first place, Snow Angel waves white flag Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine. April 6, 2004. Retrieved March 3, 2007.
  61. ^ (in Chinese) The Prince Who Turns into a Frog drops the curtain on Reaching for the Stars; finale seems better. October 18, 2005. Retrieved February 23, 2007. Archived December 25, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  62. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E's first time in a drama together costs them RMB20,000 per episode. March 29, 2005. Retrieved April 4, 2007. Archived September 14, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
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  69. ^ (in Chinese) Male version of S.H.E to be named "Yuanqi" (G-Boys) according to online fan voting. August 12, 2005. Retrieved March 1, 2007. Archived October 10, 2006, at the Wayback Machine
  70. ^ (in Chinese) Secretive girl group, 7 Flowers, competes with S.H.E Archived 2013-01-03 at archive.today. March 24, 2004. Retrieved February 28, 2007.
  71. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E acts as spokespeople for Bausch & Lomb contact lenses Archived June 24, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. April 22, 2007. Retrieved September 4, 2007.
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  79. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E acts as spokespeople for OKWAP's newest C150T cell phones Archived September 29, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. June 14, 2007. Retrieved September 4, 2007.
  80. ^ (in Chinese) S.H.E shows up in Shanghai, talks about shoes with fans Archived 2007-01-28 at the Wayback Machine. February 18, 2006. Retrieved January 4, 2008.
  81. ^ (in Chinese) David Tao produces the fast and slow versions of a new song for S.H.E and Rene Liu. April 28, 2007. Retrieved January 4, 2008.[dead link]
  82. ^ (in Chinese) Baidu Top Search Terms 2004 Archived 2007-03-30 at the Wayback Machine. December 31, 2004. Retrieved April 2, 2007.
  83. ^ (in Chinese) "The Best Extracurricular Activity". Channel 8. I Not Stupid Too. October 21, 2006. No. 5.
  84. ^ (in Chinese) 11th paper of the 2005 Secondary English Language Examination Archived February 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved April 1, 2007.
  85. ^ Wu looks to S.H.E. [sic] in biz exploration Archived 2007-05-10 at the Wayback Machine. April 4, 2005. Retrieved April 7, 2007.
  86. ^ (in Chinese) [1] Archived 2007-12-11 at the Wayback Machine. 18 September 2007. Retrieved 10 October 2007.
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