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Wu Bai to sing in Kaohsiung New Year countdown concert
高雄跨年英雄會 伍佰開唱迎新年

Greater Kaohsiung Deputy Mayor Chen Chi-yu, third right, Black & White director Tsai Yueh-hsun, third left, singer Wu Bai, fourth left, and others touch a model of a volcano during an event promoting the upcoming 2012 Kaohsiung Countdown to New Year concert, which will be held simultaneously at the E-Da World and the Dream Mall in Greater Kaohsiung.

Photo: Huang Chih-yuan, Taipei Times

Next year will mark the 20th year of Taiwan’s “king of rock” Wu Bai’s showbiz career. He announced during a press conference in Greater Kaohsiung last Wednesday that he will celebrate the arrival of the New Year by singing at the 2012 Kaohsiung Countdown to New Year concert. It will be the first concert of his 20th year in show business and be dedicated to his fans in southern Taiwan.

Wu Bai and Golden Bell award-winning director Tsai Yueh-hsun were invited to attend last Wednesday’s press conference to promote the 2012 Kaohsiung Countdown to New Year concert. Under the theme of “hero,” the star-studded event will see, besides Wu Bai, a lineup of popular acts, including Wang Lee-hom, Kenji Wu, rock band Sodagreen, Aska Yang, Daniel Chan, and Huang Yi-ling.

Wu Bai launched his “More Earth” photography exhibition in Greater Kaohsiung earlier this year. The exhibition attracted tens of thousands of Greater Kaohsiung residents. Moved by their enthusiasm, Wu Bai and his band China Blue decided to give their first performance at the 2012 Kaohsiung Countdown to New Year concert as the band enters its 20th year.




伍佰今年稍早在高雄舉辦的「More Earth」攝影展,吸引了超過上萬高雄鄉親觀賞,讓他被高雄人的熱情所融化,決定把China Blue成軍二十年的第一個表演,獻給高雄跨年晚會。



1. dedicate v.

獻給 (xian4 gei3)

例: The writer dedicated his first book to his father, who had passed away the previous year.


2. star-studded adj. phr.

眾星雲集的 (zhong4 xing1 yun2 ji2 de)

例: The star-studded movie had at least 12 well-known actors in it.


3. enthusiasm n.

熱情 (re4 qing2)

例: I’ve got the Monday morning blues. I don’t have much enthusiasm for anything today.


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