Mo Fan (莫凡 Hangzhou, May 1949) is a Chinese composer. During the Cultural Revolution he was sent to Heilongjiang, where he taught himself composition. In 1979 he entered Shanghai Conservatory.
Hangzhou formerly romanized as Hangchow, is the capital and most populous city of Zhejiang Province in East China. It sits at the head of Hangzhou Bay, which separates Shanghai and Ningbo. Hangzhou grew to prominence as the southern terminus of the Grand Canal and has been one of the most renowned and prosperous cities in China for much of the last millennium. The city's West Lake, a UNESCO World Heritage site immediately west of the city, is among its best-known attractions. A study conducted by PwC and China Development Research Foundation saw Hangzhou ranked first among "Chinese Cities of Opportunity". Hangzhou is also considered a World City with a "Beta+" classification according to GaWC.
Heilongjiang is a province of the People's Republic of China. Located in the most northeastern part of the country, Heilongjiang is bordered by Jilin to the south and Inner Mongolia to the west. It also shares a border with Russia to the north and east. The capital and the largest city of the province is Harbin. Among Chinese provincial-level administrative divisions, Heilongjiang is the sixth-largest by total area and the 15th-most populous.
Leiyu is a 2001 Chinese-language western-style opera by Hangzhou-born composer Mo Fan based on Thunderstorm by Cao Yu. True to the setting of the play Mo Fan introduced 1930s Shanghai salon tunes into the opera.
Joi Chua or Joi Tsai is a Singaporean female pop singer. Her most famous songs are "Waiting For A Sunny Day" (《等一个晴天》), "Watching the Sunrise With Me" (《陪我看日出》), the Chinese version of "Nada Soso" and "Wind Chimes" (《风铃》). She is also well known in Mainland China and Taiwan.
Yihan Chen is a Chinese pianist and composer living in Plainfield, Indiana.
Ma Ke was a Chinese composer and musicologist, best known for his patriotic songs, including Nanniwan.
Wu Junyong is a Chinese artist born in Putian, a city in Fujian province, China. He graduated from The China Academy of Art were he studied in both the Prinmaking and New Media departments. He now lives and works in Hangzhou. His predominant medium is paintings done on paper and animated films, though in recent years he has become infatuated with doing graffiti on the body and impromptu tattoos.
The Flower Girl is a North Korean revolutionary genre theatrical performance, which was written by the country's sole President Kim Il-sung according to official North Korean sources. The performance is considered one of the "Five Great Revolutionary Operas", a group of classical, revolution-themed opera repertoires well received within North Korea. It was also made into a novel. A film adaption of the opera starring Hong Yong-hee was made in 1972.
The discography of alan, a Chinese singer of Tibetan ethnicity active in Japan and China, consists of six studio albums, one compilation album, two extended play, seventeen singles, seven digital releases and two concert DVDs.
Cao Shui, pseudonym or haoLord of Tower of Babel, is a Chinese poet, novelist, screenwriter and translator. He is one of the representative figures of Chinese Contemporary Literature. He leads the great poemism movement. In his Declaration of Great Poem, he aims to integrate sacred and secular cultures, oriental and occidental cultures, ancient and modern cultures in Chinese literature. His most notable works include the Epic of Eurasia, Secret of Heaven (trilogy), and King Peacock. His works are dedicated to rebuilding a republic in which the whole humanity can live in freedom, which he always described as Eurasia, the Top of the Tower of Babel or Kunlun Mountains. So far twenty books of Cao Shui have been published, including five poem collections, three essay collections, ten novels and one hundred episodes TV series and films. He is a member of China Writers' Association, China Film Association, and China Poetry Society. He is also the editor-in-chief of Great Poem and deputy editor-in-chief of Poetry Weekly. Currently he lives in Beijing as a professional writer and screenwriter.
The Tale of Huai Yin (槐荫记) is a 1958 Chinese-language western-style opera by Zhang Dinghe (张定和). It was part of the second wave of enthusiasm for geju on the eve of the 1966 beginning of the Cultural Revolution. The libretto was by Lu Su, Huang Cengjiu and Guan Taiping.
Yuan Chenye, also known as Chen-Ye Yuan is a Chinese operatic baritone. He graduated from Central Conservatory of Music in 1990 and in the same year passed entrance to the China Central Opera Company. He won the Tchaikovsky Prize in 1993 took part in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions of 1998, and sang the role of Zhou Enlai in Marin Alsop's Naxos recording of Nixon in China (opera).
Zan Yuen is a 1995 Chinese-language western-style opera (中国当代歌剧). The plot concerns a Mongolian tribe returning from Siberia to China during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor in the Qing dynasty.
Mao Yuan is a Chinese composer. He was for many years one of the resident composers of the CNOH producing such works as the 1966 geju The Great Wall of the South Seas, co-composed with Ma Fei. In 1982 the Houston Ballet commissioned the ballet The Bamboo Painter, Zheng Banqiao.
Beijing Dream is a 2002 Mandarin Chinese-language rock album by Thin Man band. It was released on Jingwen Records on 15 July 2002.
Wo zhe shi nian is the 1995 debut album of Zang Tianshuo. The album is considered his most representative work. The title refers to the ten years from his first gig in 1985 to first album in 1995. Zang started as a hard rocker, but had mellowed his sound since 1985 and in 1993 began to record tracks that produced a soft rock album. Sales in July 1995, the first month, reached 150,000 copies, a large number then and since for a Chinese hard rock artist and making Zang China's best-selling rock artist of that year. The hit single "Pengyou" (Friend) brought Zang China-wide recognition. and the album received as "feelgood music." The album includes both songs from 1989 and Zang's solo work.
Han Xue, also known as Cecilia Han, is a Chinese singer and actress.
Henry Huo is a Chinese singer-songwriter and actor. He gained fame by placing in the top three in singing competition Asian Wave 《声动亚洲》 He became popular nationwide by winning the first season of Sing My Song, a competition for songwriters to sing their own compositions. His original 'Rolled-up Pearl Curtain' drew praise from both judges and audience alike. The song was awarded Song of the Year. 13 days after his win, Henry was asked to perform in the CCTV Chinese New Year Eve Gala, which was broadcast worldwide, thus cementing his position as China's newest composing prodigy. Meanwhile, Henry claimed the main prize in the Tianjin Satellite Channel Drama Contest Season 1 (《国色天香》第一季) by playing a dan (男旦) in the Peking Opera. He was awarded the title '2014 Drama King'.
Wan Qian, also known as Regina Wan, is a Chinese actress and singer. She won Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actress for the 2014 Taiwanese film Paradise in Service and the Beijing College Student Film Festival for Best Actress for the 2016 film The Insanity.
Qu Yi is a Chinese musical actor.
Feng Timo, originally named Feng Ya'nan, is a singer and network anchor from Wanzhou District, Chongqing, China. In 2017 she was named one of the "Top 10 Influential Big V's of Sina Weibo".
Charlie Zhou Shen is a Chinese male singer. Zhou is best known for the songs Big Fish (大鱼) and The Rose and The Deer (玫瑰与小鹿), and both of which were selected as the Top 10 Hits Songs of Fresh Asia Music Award in 2016. In November 2017, Zhou released his debut album《深的深》, a co-creation with producer Gao Xiaosong (高晓松), songwriter Yin Yue (尹约) and composer Qian Lei (钱雷). Zhou won the People’s Choice Male Singer and Most Improved Artist of ERC Chinese Top Ten Award respectively in 2017 and 2018. He has sang for a few TV series and Chinese Animation. In March 2018, he has also sang the Chinese Promotional song for the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2017 The Shape of Water. His first series of concerts “深空间” was held on May and June of 2018, and the second series on January, June and July of 2019.
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