Hong Kong. Famous singer and songwriter Coco Lee of Hong Kong has passed away. He said goodbye to this world at the age of 48 (age of 48 goodbye world). According to a Facebook post by Coco Lee’s sisters, the singer died of a suicide attempt.
Lee was battling depression
Coco Lee sings the Mandarin version of the 1998 Disney film Mulan’s theme song Reflection and becomes the first Chinese American to perform at the Oscars, singing Best Original Song-nominated ‘A Love Before Time’ from Ang Lee’s ‘Crouching Tiger,’ ‘Hidden Dragon’ She also became Lee’s sisters, Carol and Nancy, said he had been in a coma since attempting suicide over the weekend. The Facebook post said, “Coco had been suffering from depression for a few years, but her condition worsened over the past few months.
was in a coma since the suicide
Though Coco sought professional help and tried her best to fight the depression, sadly she was unable to overcome the depression. The sisters said she attempted suicide at home on July 2 and was taken to a hospital, where she remained in a coma until her death.
Lee was born in Hong Kong in 1975. She then moved to America, where she attended middle school and high school. Prior to this she started a highly successful career as a pop singer in Asia. Initially a Mando-pop singer. He also released albums in Cantonese and in English during his 30-year career. She was the first Chinese singer to be signed by Sony Music globally and voiced the heroine Fa Mulan in the Mandarin version of Disney’s Mulan. Also sang the Mandarin version of the theme song, Reflection.