It's Official: Rainie Yang Tells Japanese Press about Entering Japanese Market

Several days ago, Asia’s epic music event PAXMUSICA 2009 Asian Pops Platinum was held in Tokyo International Forum. According to Japan’s United Daily News, mega-cute popular Taiwanese singer Rainie Yang formally announced her move to the Japanese music scene.

The Asian music festival, which was founded in 1984, has already entered its 13th year this year, inviting superstars such as Japan’s Shinji Tanimura, Hong Kong's Alan Tam, and South Korea's Lee Young-pyo since its first year. This year’s music mega-event has also invited Hong Kong’s Eason Chan and South Korea’s Yoon Sang Hyun to participate as representatives with Japan’s new generation of singing superstars.

Rainie Yang was said to have been very excited and honored when she was also invited by the event’s committee to represent Taiwan. Taking advantage of her opportunity to perform at the event, Rainie also briefed the Japanese media about entering Japan’s music scene next year to release her first Japanese album. Rainie, who is famous for her obsession with Japanese culture, is said to have now set up a Japanese version of her blog, in order to pave her way for her future development plans in the Japanese market.


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