In the 1980s, Shellywang憶偉 stepped into the Japanese pop song circle from Southeast Asia as a pop singer. Luckily, she was tutored by Teresa Teng’s teacher in Japan (Watanabe Audio Company) and was invited to be a guest at a concert by a top singer.
Shellywang憶偉 had the best memories in her life both as movie characters and as a singer. After coming to New York, she engaged in beauty makeup works. Maybe because of the working relationship, improve the quality of life and make more friends is her pursuit.
The prosperity, fashion, and openness of the old Shanghai in the 1930s left an indelible mark on Shellywang憶偉, a native Shanghainese, and it became her dream to perform the old Shanghai customs in New York.
All as Shanghainese, James Wang , the author of “Shanghainese in New York”, calligrapher Frank Zhang , and harmonica player Wang Yu, supported Shellywang憶偉's idea. So, under the general planning and direct of Shellywang 憶偉, they invited more than 10 Shanghainese people from all occupations in New York City to perform this old Shanghai style, among are librarian, director of the painting and calligraphy institute, chief photographer of top stage design, soprano singer, gourmet chef, business elite and so on.