Xiao Man

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Xiao Man
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Background information
Chinese name (traditional)
Chinese name (simplified)
Pinyin Xiǎo Mán (Mandarin)
Born Wang Cheng-yen (王承嫣)
(1989-11-07) 7 November 1989 (age 28)
Taipei, Taiwan
Other names Lilu Wang
Origin Republic of China (Taiwan)
Occupation singer, actress, model, host
Years active 2002–present
Genre(s) Mandarin pop
Label(s)
  • Linfair Records
  • Warner Music Taiwan

Lilu Wang (Chinese: 王承嫣; pinyin: Wáng Chéngyān), stage name Hsiao Man (Chinese: 小蠻; pinyin: Xiǎo Mán), is a Taiwanese singer and actress. She was in the girl band Hey Girl and currently works as a model in Eelin Modelling Agency.[1]

Biography[edit]

Suan Wang was in a group originally known as Hei Se Hui Mei Mei which underwent a name change to Hey Girl. Hey Girl consisted of seven other girls, and they are known to work with another popular Taiwanese boy band, Lollipop, which consists of six boys.

On 17 March 2010, Hsiao Man announced that she left Hey Girl to pursue her career as a model in Eelin Modelling Agency.

In 2010, Hsiao Man, along with the five other top models who turned 21 years old, established Cute Girl and released their first album, Cute Fantasy.

Drama[edit]

Year Channel Title Role
2007 FTV (民視)
Star Taiwan (衛視中文台)
Brown Sugar Macchiato》(黑糖瑪奇朵) Hsiao Man(as herself)
2007 Woo.com (Online Show) 《Here Comes Brown Sugar》(黑糖來了) Hsiao Man
2008 Star Taiwan (衛視中文台) The Legend of Brown Sugar Chivalries》(黑糖群俠傳) Wave Amplifier(小聾女)
2010 PTS (公视) Death Girl》(死神少女) Pei Pei (佩佩)
2012 Happy Michelin Kitchen (幸福三顆星)
2012 《Gung Hay Fat Choy》(我們發財了)

TV Show Theme Songs[edit]

  • Lollipop & Hey Girl - Ku Cha, Brown Sugar Macchiato (2007)
  • Hey Girl - Hello Ai Qing Feng, Brown Sugar Macchiato (2007)
  • Lollipop & Hey Girl - Hei Tang Xiu, Brown Sugar Macchiato (2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "冷凍反省一個月 黑Girl 小蠻復出錄影 | 娛樂新聞 | NOWnews 今日新聞網". ETTV News (in Chinese). 4 April 2009. Retrieved 19 May 2011.