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INTERVIEW: National identity best faced head-on: Deserts Chang

WAYS OF THINKING:The singer-songwriter said the value of music depends on the messages it conveys and that she will never avoid talking about social issues

By Chen Hui-ling and Stacy Hsu  /  Staff reporter, with staff writer

Chang said Taiwanese would not have been able to enjoy freedom of speech or speak their minds about same-sex marriage if they had not embraced change wholeheartedly.

“Such a transformation process is undoubtedly painful, but only by sticking it out can new ideas and new ways of thinking be created,” Chang said.

The singer said the value of music depends on the messages it conveys and that she has scheduled a live concert at the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall on Feb. 22 to let her voice be heard by more people.

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