A-mei brought her Mandopop spectacle to Vancouver last night (PHOTOS)

Nov 30 2016, 8:02 am

Taiwanese pop music princess A-mei brought her massive Utopia 2016 World Tour to Vancouver last night, delighting fans with a remarkable show that spanned the singer’s 20-year-long career.

A-Mei, born Amit Kulilay, has been on the road for more than two years and her tour has already played to hundreds of thousands of fans across the globe.

Vancouver fans shelled out as much as $570 for prime seats to Monday night’s spectacle, the theme of which was inspired by the closing track from A-mei’s 2014 Faces of Paranoia album.

The singer, who has been dubbed the “queen of Mandopop”, kept the packed Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Arena on its feet with classic material and a handful of songs from 2015’s AMIT 2, which won A-mei the prestigious Best Female Singer prize at the Golden Melody Awards last year.

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

Rob Feller/Daily Hive Vancouver

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