Meow Meow is a shrill performer who deals with the genre of Chanson in a hitherto unseen and surprisingly serene deconstructionist way. A mythical creature like the ominous unicorn – mysterious and unbelievable – an international vocal wonder and a kamikaze body. Just as you would imagine a 21st century Sally Bowles: A wild move from Brel and Brecht – an avance to Dolly Parton – Chinese courtesan singers whirl around with Piazzolla's tangos in Hong Kong's Popkitsch backdrop. Pasties instead of fishnet stockings. A touch of Weimar 1920 – a glimpse of Shanghai 1930 – a scent of France 1960 – a reminder of New York 1980 – a mix of Liza Minelli and Amy Winehouse – simply Meow Meow.