Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Lee Pei Ling: A Talented Malaysian Young Teenage Singer

I believe not many Malaysians have heard of Lee Pei Ling 李 佩 玲

At 12 years of age, she was competing strongly and holding her own in a Taiwan singing
contest with adults.



At age 12  competing and holding her own in a singing contest in Taiwan with adults

Last year in Beijing, at age 14, she won the Watercube Singing Contest For Overseas Chinese Teenagers, beating some 54 contestants from all over the world.

Still only 15 today, she is hoping to improve her singing and to develop a career singing Chinese songs.

With proper guidance and a good teacher, that shouldn't be a problem for her.

It seems that she has been singing from a very young age, encouraged by her adoptive Chinese mother whom she said loves to sing.



Go, girl! 加 油!

6 comments:

  1. thank you alot! x
    i just saw this.

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  2. Your have really fantastic voice and have absolutely good talent in singing! Keep it up !!!

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  3. my wife & i love watching her singing my fight song.
    Feeling Awesome.

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    1. Jayasena James, you are right, not a doubt about that -- Lee Pei Ling was awesome belting out that fight song!

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  4. She will have a successful career and bright future in singing

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    1. Mark Soo, no doubt about that. Lee Pei Ling is a great singer. Even though she did not clinch the title in the just concluded Sing!China competition, in my view she is already a winner at such a young age. Just like Langga Lamu, she will become more popular and in demand then those who have won. You can't just ignore someone with such a talent as the Penang lass undoubtedly is.

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