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Sandy Lam Reigns at 24th Golden Melody Awards

Newspaper article China Post

Sandy Lam Reigns at 24th Golden Melody Awards

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The biggest winner of the 24th annual Golden Melody Awards was Hong Kong singer Sandy Lam's ([...]) album "Gaia," which won her the Best Mandarin Female Singer trophy as well as the Best Mandarin Album award. She could not attend the event, but had her album producer, Chang Shi-lei ([...]), was present to give her acceptance speech. "Lam told me that this was by far the most enjoyable album she ever did," Chang said. The album also won the Best Album Producer award and the Best Musical Arranger.

"It is a great honor to know the goddess of my heart Sandy Lam. I love you, Sandy," Chang said.

Jam Hsiao ([...]) took home the Best Mandarin Male Singer award, ousting other popular competitors Jay Chou, Khalil Fong and Yoga Lin.

Presented by the hit of the night, the so-called Double J (Jay Chou and Jolin Tsai), Chou gave his consolations to Tsai after she failed to garner the Best Female Singer Award, while she gave the same consolation to Chou.

The 24th annual Golden Melody Awards began yesterday evening at the Taipei Arena, starring a string of performances from hip-hop to a capella aboriginal singing and classic oldies.

Marked as the Grammys of Chinese pop, host Matilda Tao ([...]) led the audience into the night, celebrating a total of 115 musical works from the past year that included a wide range of diversified languages such as Mandarin, Taiwanese, Hakka and Taiwanese Aboriginal. …

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