Even though other performers have been cancelling their shows in the region due to the current outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Taiwanese singer Wei Bird assures fans that his concerts in Singapore and Malaysia will still proceed as planned.

Wei Bird, also known as Wei Li-an or William Wei, will first bring his “Wei Bird ‘At Thirty’ World Tour” to Singapore next month, on 28 March.

He will then visit Malaysia for the same tour the month after that, specifically on 4 April.
The good news above was announced by organiser IMC Live Global via the following statement:
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So far only one act has cancelled their concert altogether, namely South Korean boyband Seventeen, while others like fellow South Korean boyband Super Junior, American saxophonist Kenny G, and Hong Kong singer-actress Miriam Yeung postponed theirs to yet-to-be-confirmed dates.
At the moment, only Taiwanese multi-hyphenate Jay Chou has set a new date for his postponed “Carnival World Tour Kuala Lumpur” concert, moving it from this month to 22 August 2020.