Taiwanese singer and actor, Aaron Yan (炎亞綸), recently released a new album and is making the rounds to promote it. He went on the CTV show “Change” (改變的起點), which airs on October 6, for an interview. In the preview, Aaron Yan talks about his childhood and upbringing, even mentioning his rebellious years.
Aaron Yan, who got his start as member of already disbanded group, Fahrenheit (飛輪海), made headlines in 2014 when he said “Fahrenheit aren’t friends.” When the host asked about this statement, he had the following to say, “I had to make this statement because every time I am asked about this group, it gives me a lot of conflicting thoughts. This group is very important to me. It has given me my starting point in my career. Every person will have different thoughts at every stage, our ideas become different over time. I don’t think anyone is wrong or right. It’s true we don’t have much contact in private, that’s why I said that. They are not my friends, but they will always be my good brothers that hustled with me.”
Aaron: Nothing is absolute in this world
In another interview with UDN Stars from October 3, when asked to share his experiences as a former member of a disbanded group, Aaron says, “Seriously thinking about it so many years later, I really do treasure that period of time. After all, we did strive together for a common goal.” When asked if he would be willing to be on the same stage as former group member, Jiro Wang (汪東城), Aaron responds, “It can be anyone. There’s no problem. There are some things that evolve over time. You need to give yourself time to mature. “
When asked if they’re still in contact, Aaron asks, “Are you really going to ask this? If you’re talking about contact, there really isn’t any. Recently, I did contact Calvin Chen (辰亦儒) for some tax advice, because he majored in Finance. Then you guys saw Wu Zun (吳尊) and I playing basketball recently. I did ask him if he had time to get together.” Then one reporter asks if it’ll be very hard for all four members of Fahrenheit to reunite on the same stage or if it’s only 0 percent chance, Aaron says, “It’s not 0 chance. Nothing is absolute in this world.”
Watch the interview here: