Taiwanese singer-songwriter Anpu says her son is not into her most famous song Baby

Taiwanese singer-songwriter Anpu, formerly known as Deserts Chang. PHOTO: ESPLANADE – THEATRES ON THE BAY
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SINGAPORE – Taiwanese indie singer-songwriter Anpu may be best known for her 2006 release Baby, or Bao Bei, written from the perspective of a mother singing to her child, but the star’s three-year-old son does not really care for the ditty.

While the song is a favourite of celebrity mothers such as Dee Hsu and Matilda Tao, who say they sing it to their children, Anpu jokes in an e-mail interview with The Straits Times: “My own ‘Baby’ is completely uninterested in the song, so my maternal love has to be politely restrained.”

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