Feng Fei Fei Death

February 14, 2012 by staff 

Feng Fei Fei Death, Fong Fei-fei, one of Taiwan’s most prominent pop divas in the 1970s and 1980s who enjoyed an enduring following in much of Asia, died from lung cancer Jan. 3 in Hong Kong at the age of 58, her family and lawyer announced at a news conference Monday.

The belated announcement came a day after the pop queen’s ashes were placed in a Buddhist temple in her hometown of Dasi in Taoyuan County in northern Taiwan.

“We did not break news of her death earlier in line with her will,” her attorney Chiang Yen-wei said.

Noting that Fong Fei-fei, the stage name of Lin Chiu-luan, was a fairly modest and low-profile person, Chiang said the singer demanded that information of her death be withheld until after her funeral was completed.

“Fong Fei-fei also asked me to convey her heartfelt thanks for all the support her working partners and faithful fans had offered her throughout her career and life,” Chiang said.

Fong Fei-fei, who started her legendary career by winning the first prize of a radio singing contest in 1968 when she was still a junior high school student, was originally scheduled to hold a concert at Taipei Arena last June.

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