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Charity foundation launched in memory of singer Fong Fei-fei
「帽子歌后」鳳飛飛 慈善基金會成立

The late “Queen of Hats” Fong Fei-fei is pictured in this undated photo.

Photo courtesy of Da Da Arts Promotion Co.

Last Wednesday was the sixth anniversary of the death of pop diva Fong Fei-fei, who was also known as the “Queen of Hats” for her signature headgear onstage. To realize Fong’s dying wish to do good works and help those in need, her family members announced during a news conference their intention to use NT$30 million (about US$1 million) from her inheritance to establish the Fong Fei-fei Charity Foundation.

The news conference was hosted by entertainer Mickey Huang and singer Kay Huang, who both donated their pay for hosting the event to the foundation. As a “Fong fan” since childhood, Kay Huang said she was greatly encouraged when seeing Fong on TV for the first time, and praised her idol for having so much belief in herself.

Fong’s only son Zhao Wen Lin is serving as chairman of the foundation. Fong died of lung cancer in Hong Kong in 2012 at the age of 58. Her remains are stored at the Fo Guang Shan Bao Ta Temple in Dasi District of Taoyuan.

(Liberty Times, translated by Eddy Chang)



該基金會由鳳飛飛的獨子趙?霖擔任董事長。鳳飛飛於二○一二年因肺癌在香港逝世,享年五十八歲,之後長眠於桃園市大溪區的佛光山寶塔寺。 (自由時報)


1. headgear

n. 帽子;頭飾

(mao4 zi5; tou2 shi4)

2. dying wish

phr. 遺願

(yi2 yuan4)

3. do good works

phr. 行善

(xing2 shan4)

4. inheritance

n. 遺產

(yi2 chan3)

5. foundation

n. 基金會

(ji1 jing1 hui4)

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