#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Jam Hsiao Talks About Sulli’s Death & Cyber Bullying During OPPO Launch

It’s a fact – whenever Jam Hsiao (萧敬腾) makes his appearance in Malaysia, it rains.

The 32-year-old singer was in town last night (Tuesday, 15th October) for the launch of OPPO Reno2 Series. Although he was slightly under the weather, Hsiao was in good spirits as he greeted fans and the media during the event at Connexion Nexus Bangsar South.


Since the sudden death of Sulli (설리) has been dominating headlines this week, the pop star was asked to share his two cents on the matter. Since Hsiao is quite active on social media, he shared that criticism (on his work and personal life) is inevitable. As far as cyber bullying goes, it’s unfortunately an uphill battle.

The singer, who combed his long hair back and wore a grey checkered suit with matching pants, also shared that he has learned to accept that everyone has their own opinion. As a public figure, Hsiao shared that his years of being being in the industry has thought him be mentally prepared.

Who knows? Maybe one day in the future, people might end up disliking me and my work, but this is the business. As artists, we have to be prepared for the good and bad,” Hsiao candidly told us.

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Since this was an OPPO event, we also put Hsiao on the spot by having him perform a short jingle for the phone brand. The Taiwanese entertainer also admitted he has been a long time fan of OPPO for years.

The Reno2 fits seamlessly in my fast-paced lifestyle allowing me to capture images and videos in real-time with high clarity and definition. The features I admire the most about the Reno2 are its quad camera technology. This allows me to click ultra-high-quality imaging whether in landscape or portrait, day light or low-light, far or near,” he said in the press release.


The Reno2 allows me to have a fresh perspective by offering me a whole new world in photography and videography, far away from the unconventional style,” Hsiao elaborated on the Reno2’s Ultra Steady Video Mode.

It was announced that the OPPO Reno2 is priced at RM2299 while the Reno2 F costs RM1599.




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