Born in 1954, Lo Ta-yu is a senior Taiwanese music artist. It has been more than 35 years since he released his debut album "Zhi Hu Zhe Ye" in 1982. Some of his most celebrated songs include "Lukang, the Little Town," "Tomorrow Will Be Better" and "Orphan of Asia." He also produced theme songs for films including "Election," "Till the End of the World" and "The Golden Age." He has earned recognitions by the Golden Horse Awards, the Golden Bell Awards and Hong Kong Film Awards.
2012 The 49th Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Song "Romancing in Thin Air"
2015 The 52th Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Song "Office"
2005 The 42th Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Score "Election"
2005 The 42th Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Song "Election"
1990 The 27th Golden Horse Awards Best Feature Film Song "Till the End of the World"
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