Jeff Chang (singer) -

Jeff Chang (singer)

Jeff Chang
Born26 March 1967 (age 53)
Xiluo, Yunlin, Taiwan
OccupationSinger, actor, producer, art collector
Years active1989–present
AwardsGolden Melody AwardsBest Mandarin Male Artist

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese
Musical career
Also known asChang Shin-che
GenresMandopop, Cantopop
LabelsElite Music Co, EMI, Gold Typhoon, Sony Music, Tide Music
HIM International Music (2010–present)

Jeff Chang (Chinese: 张信哲; born 26 March 1967) is a Taiwanese singer and actor, who performs sentimental Mandarin pop ballads.

Chang was born in Xiluo Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan. He started off his showbiz career by winning a singing competition while in college, he also started his philanthropic works as a voluntary teacher in impoverished areas of Taiwan since he was in high school. Since 1989 he has released a string of highly successful albums and is known as the "Prince of Love Ballads" in the Chinese pop world. His name is well known across Taiwan, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and mainland China.

Besides singing, Chang's interests include arts, antiques, traveling and water sports, and stage production. He became Taipei's leader in a stage theatre team in 2011.

In 2016, Chang participated in the fourth season of the Chinese reality show I Am A Singer and eventually achieved second place.[1]



Compilations are listed only if they contain newer songs.






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