There's this 13-member boy group (world's largest number of members for a boy group) managed by SM Entertainment, a Korean record company.
This boy group is called Super Junior and they have so-called subgroups, such as Super Junior M (Mandarin) for the Mandarin-speaking market, Super Junior Happy, Super Junior T (Trot) which capitalizes on the so-called trot music or pongjak of Korea, Super Junior Happy which specializes in happy/uplifting pop songs, and Super Junior KRY for the more mature fanbase of the boy group.
A Chinese Canadian boy named Henry Lau, although not an official member of Super Junior, was admitted as a guest member for the subgroup Super Junior M.
I find him very cool because he plays the violin while dancing hip hop! Ain't he enviable?! I sure wish I were him. Or something.
He guested in one of Super Junior's tracks titled Don't Don, where he also appeared on the video. You have to wait until the middle part of the video to see Lau in action.
Cooooooolness! And I learned he plays the piano, too. Now I'll just have to wait for him to come up with ways on combining hip hop dancing and hitting the keys.