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Elva Hsiao

Elva Hsiao is one of the most successful Taiwanese female pop singers in the Chinese music industry. Educated at John Casablanca's College in Vancouver, British Columbia, she is fluent in both written and spoken English.

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While in Vancouver, she attended the New Talent Singing Awards Vancouver Audition in 1998 with her birth name of Hsiao Ya-Chih. She became one of the 12 finalists but did not place in the top five. She sang CoCo Lee's "Love Me A Little Longer." In that competition there were three other Taiwanese singers: eventual winner and 183 Club member Jacky Chu, DJ Ruby Lu  and Michelle*Vickie member Michelle Hsu (now known as Mimi or Michelle).

In Taiwan, she has done television commercials for a wide range of products that included mobile phones, jewelry and makeup for major brands such as Avon, De Beers, Motorola, Pantene, and Sprite. She has had film roles in "Infernal Affairs" (2002) and "The Butterfly Lovers" (2004). She is currently in talks to play a role in the TV series "Less Than Zero," a retake on Bret Easton Ellis' famous novel that will be set in Taipei.

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