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Meet Me&, Hong Kong’s new K-pop-inspired girl group: Vian Lin, Mandy Tam and Feanna Wong just debuted their first Cantopop single ‘Eye to Eye’, recorded in Korea – and rock Y2K and luxury fashion

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Cantopop girl group Me& recently debuted with the single “Eye to Eye” under the music label Media Asia Music. The Me& trio consists of members Vian Lin, Mandy Tam and Feanna Wong, and the group is said to be two years in the making.

The group performed “Eye to Eye” live for the first time at the Wonderland outdoor venue in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District.

Before coming together two years ago, the three members had been steadily building their solo careers.

Me&’s Mandy Tam looking stylish in Ralph Lauren. Photo: @tmh_xd/Instagram
Tam has 145,000 followers on Instagram. The Eurasian model has also been collaborating with other artists over the past few years. She’s appeared in several music videos, including alongside Mirror’s Edan and Hong Kong rock band Dear Jane. Aside from her modelling, Tam is also an avid basketball player, as seen on her Instagram.

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Lin is a new face on the Hong Kong entertainment scene. She spent time as a dance trainee in South Korea before winning her spot in Me&. Her background in dance is what ultimately landed her a place in the group.

Vian Lin performing on stage. Photo: @vian_vn/Instagram

With more than 65,000 Instagram followers, Wong is the most experienced musically. She debuted in 2015, singing the theme song “We Are Young” for the film She Remembers, He Forgets. The track won Best Original Film Song at the 2016 Hong Kong Film Awards, while Wong earned Commercial Radio 903’s Best Newcomer Award (Bronze) in 2015 at the young age of 14. Aside from recording several solo works, Wong has also dabbled in modelling and has slowly built her online presence over the years.

Feanna Wong striking a pose at the West Kowloon Cultural District venue in Hong Kong. Photo: @feannasswag/Instagram

As part of its debut, the group has shared its journey on YouTube in a video series called Keep Your Eyes on Me&. The series documents the girls’ progress and the training they endured in the run-up to their debut.

The video series reveals the rigorous singing and dance training involved. We see the three coming together several times a week to hone their skills, with Tam sharing that they developed a close bond over the two years.

The experience proved to be especially challenging for Wong, who revealed that she has no background in dance despite her experience as a singer.

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During the two-year period, Me& took dance lessons via Zoom and, earlier in the year, headed to South Korea for idol training.

Their training proved to be crucial as the band debuted their single “Eye to Eye”, a number heavily influenced by K-pop. The group recorded the track and produced the music video for it in South Korea. Energetic choreography pairs harmoniously with the upbeat tune, the song providing a fresh take on Cantopop.

Aside from their music, South Korean entertainment culture also heavily influences their style. Looks from their music video and photos on their official Instagram page lean towards the youthful Y2K aesthetic that has taken the music scene by storm. Whether in girlie pastel pinks and purples, more utilitarian outfits or denim on denim, crop tops and baggy cargo pants are key to their ensembles.

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