Synonyms for judy_ongg or Related words with judy_ongg

hiromi_iwasaki              takashi_hosokawa              yusuke_kamiji              sachiko_kobayashi              junko_sakurada              miserarete              yuki_saito              yōko_nagayama              yuya_matsushita              harumi_miyako              masahiko_kondō              ikki_sawamura              izumi_inamori              kotaro_koizumi              tsuyoshi_nagabuchi              keihō              hibari_misora              kenji_sawada              kyōko_koizumi              miyuki_kawanaka              nao_nagasawa              hiroko_yakushimaru              kyoko_koizumi              hiroshi_itsuki              naomi_nishida              hitomi_kuroki              kiyoshi_hikawa              meoto_zenzai              中島              hikasa              miho_nakayama              aya_ueto              masaaki_sakai              takashi_fujii              chiyoko_shimakura              akiko_wada              haruo_minami              yoshinori_okada              mariko_kouda              saburō_kitajima              daikei              mitsuhiro_oikawa              kumiko_akiyoshi              asuka_hinoi              yoko_minamino              tomoyo_harada              emi_takei              yui_aragaki              kumiko_goto              yūzō_kayama             



Examples of "judy_ongg"
Actress Judy Ongg assumed a supporting role as the female constable O-kyō in the fourth series.
In music, the 30th Kōhaku Uta Gassen was won by the Red Team (women). Hideki Saijo won the FNS Music Festival and Judy Ongg won the 21st Japan Record Award.
Judy Ongg (, January 24, 1950 – ) is an actress, singer, author, and woodblock-print artist from Taiwan. Born in Taipei, she graduated from Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, and after that, she naturalized and became a Japanese citizen. Her career has spanned more than four decades.
Heart-Aid Shisen (, ) was a major fund raising concert held on July 14, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan for the victims of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. Featuring artists from across East Asia (most of whom were well known in Japan), the concert was organized by Jackie Chan and Judy Ongg. The event helped raise over 27 million Japanese Yen.
Two of his compositions won the grand prix of Japan Record Award— "Mata Au Hi Made" performed by Kiyohiko Ozaki in 1971 and "Miserarete" by Judy Ongg in 1979. Tsutsumi himself has also won the awards for best songwriting category for five times. Recognized for his long-term contribution to establish Japanese popular music, Tsutsumi received the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon by the Government of Japan in November 2003.
Teresa Teng was billed as one of the "Five Great Asian Divas" during the 1970s and 1980s (along with Judy Ongg, Agnes Chan, Ouyang Feifei (1949-) and Yu Yar (1953–)), due to their huge cross-cultural popularity. Her songs have been covered by a number of singers, including Faye Wong who released a tribute album ("Decadent Sound of Faye", , 1995) of Teng's popular hits. In 2015, Chinese singer and actor Luhan recorded a cover of Teng's 1979 song "Tian Mi Mi" for the 2015 release of "Comrades: Almost a Love Story." Her songs are featured in various films, e.g. "Rush Hour 2", The Game, "Prison On Fire", "Formosa Betrayed", "Gomorrah".