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Taiwan Pop Star Wang Leehom to Hold Concert in Malaysia This March 2019 After 5 Years!

The Chinese pop star that transcends the barrier of language where even some non-Chinese speaking Malaysians know his song is finally holding a concert in Malaysia!

Wang Leehom announced in a video yesterday (Dec 26) that he will bring his Descendants Of The Dragon 2060 tour to Malaysia this March 16, 2019.

In the 40-second video, the 42-year-old singer wished 19th anniversary of the Malaysian fan group Homaniacs.

“Hello, Homaniacs. It has been a long time. We will soon meet in my Descendants Of The Dragon 2060 concert tour.

“But today, I have to first wish a happy 19th anniversary of Homaniacs. I am grateful for your support, Terima Kasih,” said Wang as he greeted thank you in Bahasa Malaysia.

Source: Hype MY

Wang said the fan group is already 19-year-old and quipped that it has grown into an adult. He said he would soon perform in Malaysia and expressed his eagerness to meet his fans. He ended the video by saying “I love you” in Bahasa.

The last time Wang was here for a concert dated all the way back to September 6, 2014, at Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur. It was the year where he received his first child with his Japanese-Taiwanese wife Michiko Nishimura aka Lee Jing Lei, whom he wed November, 2013.

200,000 people attended the Saturday concert then and his Malaysian fans have been waiting 5 years for his return.

Over at the comment section, fans from all over the world are asking the mega-pop star to tour to their country, Hong Kong and the United States to name a few.

“Finally, it reaches to our turn,” wrote a Malaysian netizen, while another screamed, “MARCH 16! AT LAST!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥”

“Let Leehom heal your heart,” another Malaysian wrote as he tagged his friend to the post.

Leehom’s “Forever Love” is a famous song that transcends the barrier of language where even some Malays and Indians know the tune of it.

Source: Gfycat

The New York-born star debuted in Taiwan in 1995 and had sold over 50 million copies of his 25 albums. According to Taiwan News, Wang was the second highest paid Taiwan artiste in 2017, following shortly after Jay Chou.

Be sure to like Wang Leehom’s Facebook page for the latest concert updates! And don’t forget to share this news with your friends and family too. 

Also, check out a video we made where we compiled Leehom’s saddest songs here.

Are you excited for Leehom’s concert? Let us know in the comments below. 

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