Xiao Hu Dui

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Xiao Hu Dui
Thelittletigers(taiwan).jpg
L–R: Alec Su, Nicky Wu, Julian Chen
Background information
Origin Taiwan
Genres C-pop
Years active 1988–1992
1994–1995
Labels UFO (Taiwan) Co Ltd
Past members

Xiao Hu Dui (Chinese: 小虎隊), also known as the Little Tigers, were a Taiwanese boy band formed in 1988.[1][2][3] The band consisted of Alec Su, Nicky Wu and Julian Chen. The trio rose to fame during the late 1980s, achieving success in their native Taiwan and throughout Asia. Their success led to the recognition, popularity and creation of Taiwanese idol boy bands and other pop acts. Xiao Hu Dui are cited as the first idol band. After a brief hiatus, the group disbanded in 1995. The three members went on to pursue solo careers.[4][5][6]

In 2010, Xiao Hu Dui briefly reunited, performing for CCTV's Spring Festival Gala. In March 2016, Su and Chen both attended Wu's wedding in Bali.[7]

Musical career[edit]

1988: Formation[edit]

1989–1992: The first active period[edit]

1994–1995: The second active period[edit]

Disband after[edit]

Re-rumors[edit]

Members[edit]

English name Chinese name Nickname Date of birth
Nicky Wu 吳奇隆 Thunder tiger (1970-10-31) 31 October 1970 (age 47)
Julian Chen 陳志朋 Handsome tiger (1971-05-19) 19 May 1971 (age 47)
Alec Su 蘇有朋 Well-behaved tiger (1973-09-11) 11 September 1973 (age 45)

Works[edit]

Discography[edit]

Chinese Year
01. 新年快樂 10 January 1989
02. 逍遙遊 30 April 1989
03. 男孩不哭 21 September 1989
04. 紅蜻蜓 28 February 1990
05. 星星的約會 30 September 1990
06. 31 August 1991
07. 再見 22 December 1991
08. BEST – Dance Remix 31 January 1992
09. 星光依舊燦爛 9 December 1993
10. 快樂的感覺永遠一樣 10 December 1994
11. 庸人自擾 15 December 1995
12. 虎嘯龍騰 – 狂飆,1995年演唱會全紀錄 22 March 1996

Film[edit]

  • 遊俠兒 (1990)

Other[edit]

Advertising[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chung-kuo Hsien Tai Wen Hsüeh 2005 "..the disbanded idol pop group Little Tigers and young heartthrob Jimmy Lin."
  2. ^ Asiaweek Volume 19 1993 p51 "Lion City teens know him as a former member of Taiwan pop group The Little Tigers."
  3. ^ Guang Hua – Volume 17 1992 p. 119 "He notes that the Little Tigers average sales of about 300,000 in Taiwan for each record, and however you figure the ... From the early days of "natural popularity" to today's more exacting operations, Taiwan's pop music has really learned that ..."
  4. ^ Paul Clark Youth Culture in China: From Red Guards to Netizens 2012 1107379237- Page 119 "In 1990 a group of high school students formed Matchbox (Huochaihe), inspired by Taiwan boy band Little Tigers (Xiaohu dui). The following year, twenty-two high school soloists or groups competed in a national contest for high school pop ..."
  5. ^ Geremie Barmé Shades of Mao: The Posthumous Cult of the Great Leader 1563246791 1996 p 190 "Xiaohu dui was a teeny-bopper Taiwanese group of the early 1990s."
  6. ^ Xia Xiaojie (夏小芥) (2010). "No One Can Replace You in My Memory" 《没人能取代记忆中的你》. 《青年文摘》 [Youth Literary Digest] (in Chinese). 8. Beijing: China Youth Press. pp. 18–19. ISSN 1003-0565.
  7. ^ "Actors Nicky Wu and Cecilia Liu to hold wedding ceremony in Bali". AsiaOne. Feb 23, 2016.

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