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Asian divas usher in the Chinese New Year at Resorts World Genting

The 3 Asian Divas Live in Genting 2018 will be held at the Arena of Stars on 24 February 2018, 8.30pm, and fans can expect a good dose of nostalgia  when the trio takes to the stage to display their staying power. It is, however, not just music that draws enthusiastic crowds to the divas’ concert each time; fans also enjoy the lighthearted banter the trio is known for.

Each diva is, of course, a household name and still enjoys a strong following. The older generation loves the everlasting appeal of Yip, the irresistible charm of Chan, and the irrepressible humour of Cordero, but no doubt their evergreen music also appeals to younger fans.

Yip’s claim to fame lies in her versatility as a multilingual singer; it sets her apart from her peers. She has over the years released more than 80 albums and her ability to sing in various languages including English, Indonesian, Thai, Bahasa Malaysia, Spanish, Japanese, Tagalog, Cantonese and Mandarin, has won her a diverse fanbase.

Yip’s charismatic personality also ensures her endurance in the world of entertainment and show biz. Fans can expect the Cantopop singer from Hong Kong to perform her best known hits, among them theme songs for television series produced by TVB in the 80s and early 90s. At the height of her popularity, Yip commanded attention with her signature tune, The Bund, from the TVB series of the same name.

Chan likewise first became big in the 80s; she was among Hong Kong’s biggest stars during that era, having begun singing at a tender age in the 70s. Chan’s illustrious career began at the age of 16 when she joined New Topnotes, a Cantopop band. Her popularity didn’t wane when she went solo—it in fact soared. Her career culminated in the 80s when she performed many duets with the legendary Leslie Cheung.

Singer, actress, deejay and TV host Cordero, who hailed from Macau, is also known as “Fat Mama”—a nickname given by her fans that she has long embraced. Cordero’s singing career took off in 1985 after word spread about her performances at a new discotheque. After a string of hits, her vocal prowess led to many offers of recording contracts, movie roles and stage performances. Director and song writer Teddy Robin began writing songs for her such as the hit “Sai Hei.”


Show Dates & Venue

2018.02.24 (Sat) 8:30pm Arena Of Stars

Ticketing Info:
RM468 (VIP), RM338 (PS1), RM238 (PS2), RM158 (PS3), and RM118 (PS4).


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