Ping Pung

After assembling members from pre-existing bands Cookies and Online, Cantonese pop-rockers Ping Pung unleashed their spiky and eclectic mini-album Love & Hate in 2004, giving a voice to legions of Hong Kong's teenagers. The group, formed in the summer of 2003 by the Chinese Entertainment Company Gold Label, was composed of five members: lead singer Kary Ng, Jan and Jerry Lee, respected composer Mark Lui and DJ Tin "Tim" Ho. With independence at its core, Ping Pung created, arranged and produced all of their own music. Marked out by noteworthy singles "My Talk," "Kill Her to Death" and "Love is the Most Right," Love & Hate earned Ping Pung the Silver Award for Oustanding Musicians at Hong Kong's Best Music Chart Awards in 2004. The group disbanded that same year, with Ng commencing a solo career in 2005.

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