At the age of 48, singer Coco Lee passed away. She was a pop star in Asia during the 1990s and 2000s.
Lee, who was born in Hong Kong and later immigrated to the US as a child, has albums in both Mandarin and English.
She also performed a song from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon's soundtrack at the 2001 Oscars in addition to providing the voice for Mulan, the main character in the Mandarin version of Disney's blockbuster Mulan.
Since attempting suicide over the weekend, according to her sisters, she has been in a coma.
Lee had been dealing with depression for a while, according to Carol and Nancy, Lee's older sisters, in a Facebook post.
She attempted suicide at home on Sunday and was taken to the hospital, where she passed away on Wednesday, according to what they wrote.
Lee's two Mandarin albums helped him gain notoriety in the Mandopop scene in 1994. She released a third Mandarin album and an English-language album within the following year.
Lee's sisters wrote: "In the past 29 years, she not only made us happy with her songs and dances, she also worked hard to pave the way for Chinese singers in the international music scene and has been doing her utmost to shine for the Chinese.
Her song Before I Fall in Love is on the soundtrack to the 1999 Hollywood movie Runaway Bride, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. She also sang the Mandarin version of the Mulan theme song, Reflection.
She judged TV talent shows like Chinese Idol and performed at a Michael Jackson and Friends benefit concert in South Korea in 1999.
On New Year's Eve last year, Lee wrote on Instagram that she had "faced major life-changing hurdles" and that 2022 would be "incredibly difficult.".
Tragic, her newest song, was released on February 14 of this year.
She revealed on Facebook in March that she had undergone pelvic and thigh surgery as a result of reinjuring an old leg during a dance practice in late 2017.
Lee wed Bruce Rockowitz in 2011, the former CEO of the Hong Kong-based supply chain behemoth Li & Fung. He has two daughters with them from a previous union.
About three years ago, there were rumors that they had broken up, but Lee never addressed them.
In a letter to Lee on Wednesday, Lee's sisters stated: "In addition to remembering Coco, I hope that you will extend your bright smile, honesty, and kindness to everyone you come in contact with. By doing so, you will be carrying out Coco's wish that everyone she comes in contact with experience her love and joy.