| ||Feng Fei Fei started her career by acting and hosting Taiwanese television series back in 1971. With her first single released in the same year, Feng's incomparable voice had brought her to fame in the Asian music industry. Nicknamed "The Hat Diva" because Feng always wore different kind of stylish hats while performing her songs on the stage, her classic songs include "I'm A Cloud", "When I Hear Your Applause", "Chasing Dreams" and more.
Her breakthrough came in 1972 when the struggling singer was cast in a successful television drama under the new screen name Fong Fei-fei. Album deals and more television appearances followed, making Fong a household name.
The performer was further propelled to superstardom in the late 1970s when she started singing movie theme songs for the big-screen adaptations of romance novels by Chiung Yao. Both the songs and movies, including I Am a Cloud and The Wild Goose on the Wing, were immensely popular at the time.