CNY Special: William Chia, A Chinese Guy Who Sings in Tamil

  • 05 Feb 2019

Willian Chia Ah Ting is a sensation by himself! This cheerful, happy-go-lucky singer usually entertains the audience with his wonderful singing and dancing. ButB what's so unique about him?

Born and bred in Kulim, William is well-known for singing Tamil songs and sometimes in a female voice. He can speak at least 6 languages fluently, including Tamil, Telugu, Mandarin, Teochew, Hokkien and Bahasa Malaysia. Listen to him singing a Tamil song in a female voice:

His interest in singing Tamil songs sparked when we first listened to the song 'Nenjinile Nenjinile' from the movie 'Uyire' sang by the legendary singer S. Janaki. Here's his interview with IndiaGlitz:

This year, we got an exclusive look into his Chinese New Year celebration which also happens to fall on his birthday. Take a look:

Source: Indiaglitz, The Star
Photo Credit: Asia News Network

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