Fei Yu-ching – Fei Yu Qing in Mandarin - was born
Zhang Yanting in Taipei on 17 July, 1955. He is the younger brother of
television personality Chang Fei – host of Variety Big Brother, and who
is also a singer who has recorded CDs. At an early age, Fei Yu-ching
would sing duets with his older sister Fei Ching Ling. His career began
in the late 1970s, and he began to build a large fan base along with
his brother. He performed several theme songs for television shows, some
of which were more successful than the shows themselves. His Good Night
Song, composed by the Taiwanese songwriter Liu Chia-Chang, was chosen
by China Television to end each days' broadcast in 1979.
He recorded his debut album, "Beijing Sunset." LS7009 on the Seamount label in 1977, and also became the resident singer of the CTV program "Two for the Road." with his siblings Fee Ching Ling, and Chang Fei hosting it. He switched to the Tony label in 1981 for his 6th album – 變色的長城 – and continued recording 2 or 3 albums each year throughout the 1980s. This was his most prolific period as a recording artist. On March 18, 1984, he finally won Taiwan's "Golden Bell Award for" Best Male Singer, this being his 4th nmination in a row. In 1996 at the 7th Golden Melody Awards, his album Good Night Song won Best Mandarin Album, and he was nominated for Best Mandarin Male Singer.