I'm looking for interviewees who listen to Taiwanese pop music.

Hello everyone

I’m new to here. I hope this post won’t violate any rule. If it does please kindly let me know :slight_smile:

The music website I work for, which is called Taiwan Beats, would like to study how foreign people think about Taiwanese pop music.

If you happen to live in Taipei and listen to Taiwanese pop music, please leave me a message.

The interview is expected to be within one hour.

We’ll pay the transportation expense.

Thank you!

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Is it pop music in Taiwan or pop music in taiwanese?

and/or pop music sung in Chinese by Taiwanese?

Big fan of Thai pop music, especially waii. Let me know if I can help!

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Hi everyone, thanks for the reply. I wasn’t aware that wording was confusing.
We’re looking for foreign people who listen to “Taiwan’s pop music”.
The language is not really important, as long as it’s made by Taiwanese people (not Chinese people, which includes people from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and so on).
I’ll suppose you already know some artists, maybe even listen to Taiwan’s pop music regularly or on a daily basis. Maybe you don’t listen to it that much and that’s ok. At least you know something about Taiwan’s pop music and you have an idea about what it’s like.

Not Thai pop music but Taiwan pop music.