Jenny Tseng

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Jenny Tseng
Chinese name甄妮
PinyinZhēn Nī (Mandarin)
Jyutpingjan1 nei4 (Cantonese)
Birth nameYan Suk Si[citation needed] (甄淑詩)
AncestryEnping, Guangdong, China
OriginHong Kong
Born(1953-02-20) February 20, 1953 (age 61)
Portuguese Macau
OccupationSinger, Actress, Producer
Genre(s)Cantopop, Mandopop
Instrument(s)Voice
Label(s)SonyBMG, JenFu Records
Years active1970-Present
Spouse(s)Alexander Fu Sheng (1977 - 1983)
ChildrenMelody Tseng, born in 1986
 
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Jenny Tseng
Chinese name甄妮
PinyinZhēn Nī (Mandarin)
Jyutpingjan1 nei4 (Cantonese)
Birth nameYan Suk Si[citation needed] (甄淑詩)
AncestryEnping, Guangdong, China
OriginHong Kong
Born(1953-02-20) February 20, 1953 (age 61)
Portuguese Macau
OccupationSinger, Actress, Producer
Genre(s)Cantopop, Mandopop
Instrument(s)Voice
Label(s)SonyBMG, JenFu Records
Years active1970-Present
Spouse(s)Alexander Fu Sheng (1977 - 1983)
ChildrenMelody Tseng, born in 1986

Jenny Tseng (Chinese: 甄妮), mostly known in Cantonese-speaking regions as Yan Nei, is a Macau-born singer and actress, based in Hong Kong for much of her career. Her father is Austrian while her mother is Chinese.

Her repertoire includes both Cantonese and Mandarin songs. She recorded several duets with Roman Tam, including music from the 1982 TVB TV series The Legend of the Condor Heroes.

In 1976, she married kung fu movie star Alexander Fu Sheng after having appeared with him in the film New Shaolin Boxers.[1] Fu Sheng died in a 1983 car accident.[1] She had a daughter in 1986.[1]

Tseng is touring on her "愛 Show: Farewell World Tour" which started at the HK Arena, and continued to Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, and the United States of America.

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  1. ^ a b c Stokes, Lisa Odham (2007-02-05). Historical Dictionary of Hong Kong Cinema. Scarecrow Press. pp. 413–. ISBN 9780810864580. Retrieved 27 December 2013. 

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