Rachel Liang reveals her inner child
Sporting a brand new look with her short red hair and bright green dress, Taiwanese Rachel Liang was in Singapore last week to promote her latest album Yellow Jacket.
At the press conference last Friday, Rachel joked that her hair is “becoming shorter and shorter” and confessed that her new image is a breakthrough for her. “I would never wear bright-coloured clothes in the past!” she said.
Rachel explained the theme behind her new album and said that yellow represents peace, which reflects her wish for the world to remain peaceful and be filled with love.
The album also allowed her to explore new areas that she has never tried before – such as dance and sign language.
“Dancing made me feel 'free' on stage, and that’s when I realise that performing doesn’t necessarily mean singing while standing still at the center of the stage, which is what I have been doing in the past.”
The album also explores the theme of childhood, as Rachel thinks that everyone has a child in them.
“When I was young, I couldn’t wait to grow up faster so that I can wear high heels and dress myself up prettily. When I was a student, I always envied the adults because they don’t have to attend school.”
However now that she is an adult, she wants to go back in time because she misses her carefree childhood days. “There’s a part of me that doesn’t want to grow up,” she revealed during an interview with xinmsn after the press conference.
“Sometimes you wish for everything to turn out nicely in a fairytale-like manner, just like how fairytales always end with a ‘happily ever after’. I think that kids are always very cheerful and optimistic, and I feel that we have to maintain that child-like mindset to cope with issues positively.”
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