A-Mei opening a new night club

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27 Sep – It was reported that Taiwanese singer A-Mei has invested TWD 15 million in the establishment of her third business venture, a night club that will be opened at the end of this year.

As reported on Groove Asia website, the singer, who had already opened a club, A Bar and a coffee shop, A8 Cafe, was seen entering and exiting the club – currently in construction with her bartender boyfriend, Sam who is revealed to be in charge of the club's drinks.

The singer's manager was quoted saying, "A-Mei is very detailed about the internal decoration of the club. Even the interior designer praised her for her taste in décor."

A-Mei's colleagues also complimented the singer's ability to juggle her time between concerts and performances while still making some time to see through the club's construction.

In related news, the singer was recently accused by Hunan Television producer, Li Rui for being pro-Japan for her participation in the musical, "Turandot" in the country four years ago – an accusation that her manager deemed not too serious to think about.

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