Derived from the definition of Fahrenheit, each of the four members represents a season or temperature that corresponds with their different personalities. Calvin Chen represents spring, warm; Jiro Wang represents summer, hot; Wu Zun represents autumn, cool, and lastly, Aaron Yan represents winter, cold. Each of the four members also has his respective temperature represented on the Fahrenheit scale: Calvin Chen is at 77 degrees, Jiro Wang is at 95 degrees, Wu Zun is at 59 degrees, and Aaron Yan is at 41 degrees.
Although unstable at first, Fahrenheit first gained minor recognition around late 2005 when their first altogether series, KO One, was broadcasted on television in Taiwan. Because it felt awkward to have only three members in a boyband, Wu Zun joined the group later in late 2005. On December 28, 2005, Fahrenheit officially became a vocal quartet boy band. Sometime in 2012, the longtime popular boy group disbanded. According to rumors, the disbandment was due to the members not getting along behind the scenes and had arguments of who was the leader of the group.
Wu Zun or Wu Chun was born as 吴吉尊 (Wú Jízūn) on October 10, 1979, and was raised in Brunei for most of his life, later graduating with distinction at RMIT, in Melbourne, Australia. He was introduced to the entertainment industry during a trip to Taiwan. A television producer (Ella Chen's second sister's boyfriend) discovered him during this trip and recommended him to play the lead male role of Tokyo Juliet, which he accepted. After Fahrenheit, he continued to act and is notable as an endorser of many brands mostly from Taiwan and China (a full list can be found on Wikipedia). He is an advocate for the less fortunate, often supporting blood donation campaigns, environmental campaigns, and the disadvantaged at least twice a year. In 2015 and 2016, he organized an inaugural and the second female run for charity which was called "She Runs" and was hosted in his home country of Brunei. All the proceeds were donated to YASKA which is more commonly known as the children's cancer foundation. Other notable acts of charity include a 10 hour car ride from Qinghai, China to small villages in the country to give its citizens medical supplies and
Aaron Yan was born as 炎亞綸 (Yán Yǎlún) on November 20, 1985, moved to New York, USA at a young age but later returned to Taiwan for high school and college, currently attending Chinese Culture University. Around early 2005, Comic producers had been searching for elite bloggers around the web. They discovered Yan, who, at that time, was really popular online, and thus recommended him to go casting for a role in a drama. Yan thought it was a fraud at first, but after several tests, he realized that it was true. After Fahrenheit, he released a solo album and became quite successful as an actor and model. In 2016, it was revealed that he would go on a hiatus to continue his
Calvin Chen was born 陳奕儒 (Chén Yìrú) on November 10, 1980. After
Jiro Wang, born 汪東城 (Wāng Dōngchéng) on August 24, 1981, in Taiwan. He graduated from Taiwan's Fu-Shin College. He was first asked to join the entertainment business because of his good looks and singing talent that he showed at a singing competition. Because of company difficulties, he failed to release an album, so, therefore, decided to continue his career in the industry by working backstage, mainly in charge of fashion designing and other designing necessities, as well as commercial modeling. BMG, the label that signed him, planned to package him with Jay Chou and Jordan Chan to form a boyband called 3J, but because of 9/11, BMG's stocks crashed and the 3J plan was scrapped. He was approached again around 2004 when his acting career began. He starred as the second main lead in the Taiwanese live action adaptation of "Itazura na Kiss" in 2008 called "It Started With A Kiss" (and its sequel) alongside Joe Cheng and Ariel Lin and bandmate Calvin Chen who appeared as a cameo in the final episode. After Fahrenheit, Jiro continued his acting career. Unfortunately, he stopped his singing activities in 2014.