Teresa Cheung (singer)
|Teresa Cheung Tak-lan|
|Chinese name||張德蘭 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||张德兰 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||zhang1 de2 lan2 (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||zoeng1 dak1 laan4 (Cantonese)|
10 November 1959 |
|Other name(s)||Cheung Yuen-yuen (張圓圓)|
|Ancestry||Dabu County, Guangdong (Hakka)|
Teresa Cheung Tak-lan is a Hong Kong singer. A Hakka of Dabu ancestry, she was one of the members of the Four Golden Flowers early in her career, and later became a famous Hong Kong singer in the 1980s. She participated in the entertainment industry since she was a child (stage name Cheung Yuen-yuen 張圓圓). She is also a Catholic.
The song that she sang for the TVB series The Good, The Bad And The Ugly made her famous. She also sang the main theme for the TV series The Return of the Condor Heroes (1983) and three of its subthemes.
- 鍾玲玲曾是無線台柱歌手 [Betty Chung was once the star singer for TVB] (in Chinese). 8 June 2001. Retrieved 2 April 2010.
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