Wyman Wong

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Wyman Wong
Chinese name 黃偉文 (traditional)
Chinese name 黄伟文 (simplified)
Pinyin huang2 wei3 wen2 (Mandarin)
Jyutping wong4 wai5 man4 (Cantonese)
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1969-05-21) 21 May 1969 (age 48)
Occupation Lyricist
Genre(s) Cantopop

Wyman Wong, born 21 May 1969, is one of the most important Cantopop lyricists in Hong Kong.[1][2] His works are characterised by puns and other word plays, always pushing the boundaries in both style and content. Previously, he worked as a DJ at Commercial Radio Hong Kong. He has acted in films and hosted the Hong Kong version of television show 1 vs 100, and is a fashion columnist.


Filmography as actor includes:


  1. ^ Kyrie Chie, Hong Kong lyricist Wyman Wong holds six-day concert. University of Southern California, 28 February 2012. "One of Hong Kong's most prominent lyricists and DJs, Wyman Wong"
  2. ^ The Style Issue, Time Out Hong Kong. 15 September 2011. "It doesn’t take a serious Cantopop fan to appreciate the impact Sammi Cheng and Wyman Wong have had on Hong Kong’s cultural scene. They are serious supernovas in the city’s music industry"

External links[edit]