Wu Si-hsuan

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Wu Si-hsuan
Also known as Shen Shen
Born (1988-01-10) January 10, 1988 (age 30)
Origin Taiwan
Genres Japanese pop, Mandopop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2008–present
Associated acts Ice Creamusume
Website Hello! Project (Japanese)
Hello! Project (Chinese)

Wu Si-Hsüan (Chinese: 吳思璇; pinyin: Wú Sīxuán; Wade–Giles: Wu Si-Hsüan; born January 10, 1988 in Taiwan), better known in Japan as Shen Shen (シェンシェン) was the leader of the now disbanded Hello! Project group Ice Creamusume. She was announced as a winner of the Taiwan Hello! Project New Star Auditions on September 20, 2008 along with the other members of Ice Creamusume.

In 2007, Hello! Project producer Tsunku announced his plans to start a Taiwanese audition to find new talents to help the company's expansion into Asia outside Japan. The winners would become a part of a new Hello! Project group. There were six winners, including Wu Si-hsuan, were formed into the group Ice Creamusume. Singing in both Taiwanese and Japanese, the group debuted in 2009 with their mini-album 1st Best!, released in January.

She took part in Taiwanese singing contest One Million Star. Fellow Hello! Project ex-member Li Chun took part in this competition earlier.

External links[edit]

Hello! Project