Taiwanese pop diva Chang Hui-mei dominated her home country's Golden Melody Awards, clinching song of the year and best Mandarin album for her record "A-MIT."

Chang, affectionately known to her fans as "A-Mei," was also named best female Mandarin singer at the 21st edition of the Grammys of Chinese pop in the Taiwanese capital Taiwan on Saturday night (June 26).

"A-MIT" also picked up awards for best producer and best arranger. Famed Hong Kong lyricist Lin Xi also won for his work on the album, which is named after Chang's aboriginal name. Chang is a member of Taiwan's Puyuma tribe.

David Tao was best male Mandarin singer.