This is a Chinese name; the family name is Hsin.
Winnie Hsin (simplified Chinese: 辛晓琪; traditional Chinese: 辛曉琪; pinyin: Xīn Xiǎoqí; born February 8, 1962) is a Taiwanese singer. She is best known for her crystal clear soprano voice.
In 1976, Hsin was admitted to the Taipei Hwa Kang Arts School, and in 1979 she studied music in the Chinese Culture University in Taipei. After graduating, she became a music teacher in the Yamaha Music School in Taipei. She released her first album, Lonely Winter, in 1986, and has since released a total of 16 albums, under the labels of Decca Records, Rock Records and Warner Music.
In 2011, Hsin joined "Dream Come True" and will be releasing her latest album under this label.
In 1995, Hsin voice acted the titular character in the Mandarin dubbed version of the Walt Disney animated film Pocahontas. She also performed the Mandarin version of the film's theme song, Colours of the Wind, and some other songs in the soundtrack.
In 2003, Hsin starred as Zhu Yingtai in a Taiwanese musical based on the Chinese legend of the Butterfly Lovers.
In 2006, Hsin held two solo concerts in Taiwan on 30 June and 1 July, called Winnie Hsin "The Promise" Concert.
In 2007, Hsin held another concert in Genting Highlands, Malaysia, on 26 July 2008.
In 2007, Hsin endorsed one of Avon's ANEW Alternative beauty care products.
On 7 July 2007, Hsin performed at the Live Earth concert held in Shanghai.
On 30 May 2009, Hsin performed in the Join, Love Club concert held at the Hong Kong Coliseum.
In 2009, Hsin held her first solo ticketed concert in Shanghai on 18 Dec 2009.
In 2010, Hsin held another solo ticketed concert in Chengdu on 21 Aug 2010.
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