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Dawen Dawen first appeared on the music scene as an indie artist in the mid-late 2000s. He started off in Chicago, Illinois, playing at open mics and at various music venues. In the fall of 2008, he decided to move to Los Angeles, upon the advice of his brother George, to further pursue his music career.
Dawen Dawen became popular for translating famous popular songs into Chinese on YouTube, with his Mandarin cover of Rebecca Black's "Friday" becoming a viral runaway hit garnering much media attention including Carson Daly, exposure on AMP Radio and the Kevin and Bean Show on KROQ in Los Angeles and other online publications. Subsequently, Dawen’s Mandarin covers have become widely popular among Chinese language classes everywhere and often used in lesson plans as examples to learn Mandarin. Some of his translated covers include the aforementioned "Friday" by Rebecca Black, Backstreet Boys, "I Want It That Way", and the 2012 summer smash "Call Me Maybe", by Carly Rae Jepsen.
Dawen Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on 28 October 1981, Dawen grew up in Lexington, Massachusetts and attended Lexington High School as a freshman. At the age of 14, Dawen moved to Hong Kong to reside with his mother, attending Sha Tin College, before returning to the United States to study at Northwestern University, at Evanston, Illinois, earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. His brother George Wang, is a new media and TV producer based in Los Angeles, California.
Dawen Dawen Wang, known as Dawen () is an American singer and songwriter. He first gained prominence when he won Kollaboration Acoustic 4. Dawen’s first single "Wake Up", deals with Asian American stereotypes and prejudice towards minorities, and is especially popular among high school and college students. Known for his socio-politically conscious music, Dawen’s material is a staple of Asian American Studies departments all over universities across the US, frequently performing and speaking at various panels and conferences.
Dawen Subsequently, Dawen started using YouTube as a platform to reach more fans and a wider audience. With many of his cover videos gaining popularity, Dawen began gaining fans and attracting the attention of the media and the music industry. Dawen is currently residing in Taipei, Taiwan and his debut album "Hello" released on Universal Records Taiwan on Christmas Eve.
Dawen In late 2009, he released his debut album, "American Me" and followed soon after with a tour including stops in Taiwan and Hong Kong. In August 2010, Dawen entered the renowned talent show Kollaboration and emerged the Grand Prize Winner, increasing his prominence and exposure online.
Dawen Dawen's first Mandarin single, "A Change of Heart" ("") debuted in episode 9 on the Taiwanese idol drama, Lady Maid Maid (), broadcast on SETTV. It has been regularly featured on subsequent episodes and has since been released as part of a fourteen song TV soundtrack compilation, available as a digital download on Taiwan-based KKBox.
Zhou Dawen Zhou Dawen () (1895–1971) was a politician of the Republic of China. He was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu. He was aligned with the Fengtian clique before joining the Nationalist government. He was the 19th mayor of Beijing.
Arvin Chen Chen has also directed several music videos for singer-songwriter Dawen (aka 王大文 or Dawen Wang), including "Beautiful" and "Acid Rain."
Da-Wen Sun Sun Dawen (; ), known as Da-Wen Sun, is a Chinese-born professor who studies food engineering at University College Dublin.