: Toā-ki 大支, born Tseng Kuan-jung 曾冠榕, Taiwanese
: Chan Koàn-iông, pinyin
: Zēng Guànróng, ca. 1969) is a Taiwanese rapper
, best known for using Taiwanese
in his performances. His first solo album was Lotus from the Tongue
), billed as the first ever full rap album in the Chinese-speaking world. He has also collaborated with fellow rapper MC HotDog
Outside of the hip hop scene he is best known for his best-selling single, "Taiwan Song", which projects an unapologetic Taiwanese assertiveness. The title is a playful pun on the Mandarin word for "ode" (頌, pinyin: sòng), which also sounds like a Taiwanese word for "feeling good" (爽, POJ: sóng), as well as the English word "song".
The March 8, 2004 Asian issue of TIME describes him as a writer of "pro-Taiwan rap" and the "poster boy of the DPP's southern youth vote campaign" during the 2004 presidential election.