Sakura Teng

Sakura Teng aka Ying Hua was one of the more popular female Mandarin song singers from the 60s era. She sang in a variety of languages, from Mandarin to Bahasa Malaysia, English and even Japanese. Many of her recordings were accompanied by The Quests. A household name in RTS' Chinese Variety Show in the evenings.


Anonymous said...

i vaguely remember sakura from some records and chinese shows.. im waling down memory lane . I was a toddler then or at the most a young kid


Anonymous said...

I grew up listening to Rita & Sakura. It was them who inspired me to become a Tv producer in Singapore back in the 80s.

I wonder if you can post their music in MP3 format.

Please pretty please.... KS

Jane said...

Sakura certainly live up to her name with her wow dynamic voice and singing. I had only an EP of hers & Rita Chao and unforunately had left couple of their EPs in my late aunt's house!!

Wonder if there will be a CD compilation with all her albums and certainly make a good collection too.

Vernon Cheong said...


EMI Singapore released the "Sakura Goes Boom Boom" CD compilation some years back. In addition, there were also a couple of Rita Chao's CD compilation, plus two compilation of the Rita & Sakura's duet recordings. Happy hunting !


Anonymous said...

someone is looking forward to hear her voice once again if possible. Where can we contact her.TQ

Anonymous said...

Hi, do you know the name of this song sang by her " otomate gunasai,别说再见我的爱, 说sayonara就离去。。。。“