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Ronald Cheng Chung-Kei is a Hong Kong cantopop singer and movie
actor. Originally intending to work behind the scenes as a composer
and record producer, Cheng did odd jobs at his father (Director of
EMI Asia)'s company EMI- which included doing back-up vocals for
the likes of Alan Tam and Priscilla Chan - during summers as a
youth. The lessons were apparently effective, as producers started
taking notice of Cheng's voice and he was signed to a recording
contract soon thereafter. Cheng first shot to popularity in Taiwan
before returning home and enjoying some success in Hong Kong.
However, his singing career went into a lull from 2000 to 2003 due
to the infamous "air rage incident" and has only recently
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