Rainie Yang has honoured Alien Huang on Instagram in the wake of news of his passing. More tributes continue to surface on social media.

So far, this year has been plagued by a great deal of tragedy and it’s taught many of us to cherish what we have.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected families across the globe, it has also been a year in which we’ve sadly said goodbye to a number of famous faces.

Fans of Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman were recently heartbroken over his tragic passing at the age of 43 and this year has also seen the loss of Dame Diana Rigg, Toots Hibbert, Olivia de Havilland, Ennio Morricone and more.

It’s never easy to say goodbye to a celebrity you admire but it’s a time to appreciate what they’ve brought into your life, without ever even having known you.

Fans of Taiwanese singer Alien Huang are currently mourning a great loss, as Today Online reports that he has passed away at 36….

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Alien Huang passes away at 36

Today Online reports that news of Alien Huang’s passing was confirmed by his manager on Wednesday, September 16th 2020.

The cause of death is yet to be confirmed and the source includes that it will be revealed at a later date.

Many have expressed their distress and shock regarding the news, as he shared a brief video of him feeding his dog 24 hours before the news was delivered.

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Rainie Yang honours Alien Huang on Instagram

Of those mourning the 100% Entertainment host, a post from Rainie Yang has stood out over on Instagram.

The 36-year-old Taiwanese singer, actress and TV host dated Rainie Yang in the past but is now married to singer-songwriter Li Ronghao.

In a recent Instagram post [see below], she honoured Alien’s memory, expressing [translated]: “…Thank you everyone for your concern. I won’t pretend I’m fine because it can’t be good, it can’t be okay. I am very worried about the mood of [his] family. They must suffer several times more pain than me… It’s good to see the media report on him… Very pleased because he really worked very hard…”

She added:

“I said ‘We are not just appearing in each other’s youth, we have been appearing in each other’s stages, of course, including the future’… I believe you will still be in the future… Thank you for being in my life. I’m glad that we both expressed our love and care to each other appropriately. It’s a pity to lose you but we did not leave a trace of regret. R.I.P Miss you forever 2020/9/16.

You can see the post below:

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Tributes pour in on Twitter

More admirers, fans, friends and family have headed over to Twitter to pay their respects.

Check out a selection of tweets:

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