It’s the summer of 2016, and Chino and her friend are at a beach in northern California.
The pair are both happy and relaxed.
The group of friends are playing music, drinking beer and having fun.
Chino says: “I’m so excited to be part of this new world, because we’re so different.”
“We’re not even Chinese but Chinese,” says their friend.
“We don’t have any expectations about music or about life, so it’s really good to have someone who’s not expecting the same.”
We want to spread happiness. “
I want to be able to share with everyone.
We want to spread happiness.
I want to do this for everybody.”
Chino, 20, is a Taiwanese electronic musician who has been performing in China since 2010.
She is one of the biggest stars in Taiwan, performing in over 30 cities around the world.
Her debut EP, “Piano,” was released in 2015, and in 2017, she performed live in Singapore and Taiwan.
Her latest single, “Gorgeous”, has been nominated for three Chinese Academy of Sciences awards and has been featured on popular TV shows such as “Gossip Girl”.
It’s not just a Taiwanese artist who has become a star in China.
Chinos music has been heard on a wide variety of popular shows, including “Kung Fu Panda 2,” “Big Bang Theory,” “Orange is the New Black” and “Grimm.”
She is also one of China’s most popular female artists, with a loyal following of over 300,000 followers on Twitter and a huge fan following on YouTube.
“I think that the music is more important than anything else,” Chinos friend, 22-year-old actress Ai Chen, says of Chino.
“I’m proud of her and I’m proud that she’s a very talented singer, and I think that I have a lot of respect for her.”
She’s a real person.
She has a beautiful face, and she’s always wearing the right clothes.
It’s very important to me that she keeps improving.
I’m really proud of my friends for having this kind of talent.
“Chino and Ai Chen attend the premiere of their new single, ‘Gorgeously’ in Singapore in 2016.
But there are so many people who don’t get the chance to express their feelings like that, because there are many people that don’t want to, they just want the same thing as me, so they just have to go about their lives,” she continues.””
She’s so talented and I feel very good that I’ve gotten the opportunity to do what I love and I really like it, because it makes me happy to be a part of it.”
But there are so many people who don’t get the chance to express their feelings like that, because there are many people that don’t want to, they just want the same thing as me, so they just have to go about their lives,” she continues.”
They don’t know that we have this opportunity to be happy and to be together with each other.
I think it’s very nice to have this freedom, to be in this world, to have friends that you really love and want to spend your life with, because that’s what’s important.
“That’s why I’m very happy that she is happy and that she can express herself.”
Chiropractic treatment is not available in Taiwan but Chino has been practising regularly with the help of her family.
She said she was able to go to a chiropractor for her leg, which she used to use as a wheelchair, for the first time since she was a child.
She also began practising with a specialised therapist.
Chiope is also an accomplished swimmer, competing at the World Championships in Shanghai in 2020 and the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2024.
She had her first-ever appearance in the World Swimming Championships in 2020.
Chiopractic treatments have been used by other artists in Taiwan and in China for years, including rapper Yoon, who had surgery to correct her spine problem.
Chino said that while it’s nice to be free from expectations and to have a different way of living, she’s also very grateful for the medical treatments that have helped her.
As for what she’s hoping for in the future, she says:”I just want my life to be as happy as it is right now, because I’m not a celebrity, I’m just a normal person.”
“So I just want people to understand that they have to be grateful for what you have, because your life is just a dream.
And if you can do it for everyone, then you can make a bigger difference.”