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This page is about the female Taiwanese utaite Iinchou, not to be confused with the male utaite Iincho, or the odorite Iinchou.
A sample of a cover song by Iinchou "PONPONPON" -Chinese ver.-, original by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
Iinchou (委員長) is a Taiwanese utaite who sings in both Japanese and Chinese. In her covers labeled as Chinese, she actually sings the song twice. The first part is sung in Chinese and the second part in Japanese. The Chinese translyrics are written by herself.
She had started uploading cover in 2007, making her one of the more early utaite. Her first upload was of "Chaos Kumikyoku" . However, her most popular cover is her second one, a Chinese version of "Melt". It has 78K views as of November 2013.
She usually sings VOCALOID songs, but has also sung several anime songs as well as some Chinese songs, such as a Chinese VOCALOID song called "Yuè Xī Jiāng" or the popular Chinese folk song "Mò Lì Huā". She also has sung one song in Taiwanese, "Xǔe Zhōng Hǒng", despite not being able to speaking Taiwanese.
Iinchou has a well balanced, soft, tender, and cute voice in the higher ranges. She can hit fairly high-pitched notes well, such as in her Chinese version of "Melt". However, she can go remarkably low like in her "Mò Lì Huā" or her "Calc.".
She often collaborates with other Taiwanese utaite, especially with Maruka, forming the unit ㊞ (Maruin). She has also pariticpated in a Taiwanese version of "Smiling" together with 31 other Taiwanese utaite.
Iinchou is often depicted with light-blue hair, bangs and twin-tails, red glasses and turquoise eyes, similar to the design of Hatsune Miku. She likes drawing and often draws illustrations for her song covers herself.
She seems to like Ib and has a gameplay Mylist dedicated to it. She also has a Mylist with self-made Yu-Gi-Oh! MADs.
Although she is Taiwanese, she cannot speak Taiwanese.
She states on her social media that she is thirteen despite that not being her real age. The story is that when she was younger, she attempted to create an account for a friend's BBS. At the time, she was under the legal age to sign up, but she went ahead and checked the box stating that she was at least thirteen years old, successfully making her account. Since then, her being thirteen became something of a joke.