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|Studio album by Bibi Zhou|
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Time is the fourth studio album of Chinese singer Bibi Zhou, released on July 8, 2009.
Zhou Bichang, also known as Bibi Zhou, is a Chinese singer, songwriter, and actress. She debuted her singing career by winning the second place at the Chinese singing contest Super Girl in 2005. The next year she released her debut album Who Touched My Violin String. She debuted her acting career by featuring in the 2006 Chinese films McDull, the Alumni and The 601st Phone Call. In 2014, she won an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Worldwide Act. In 2015, she won a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Chinese Act.
Anita Mui Yim-fong was a Hong Kong singer and actress making major contributions to the Cantopop music scene and receiving numerous awards and honours. She remained an idol throughout most of her career, and was generally regarded as a Cantopop diva.
Eric Moo Chii Yuan, better known as Eric Moo or Wu Qixian, is a Malaysian Chinese award-winning singer-songwriter and record producer.
George Lam Chi Cheung, also known professionally by his surname Lam, is a Hong Kong-based veteran Cantopop singer, singer-songwriter, music producer and actor. He has remained popular for four decades. Lam produces most of his own albums, writes many of his own songs, occasionally writes for other artists, and covers other people's songs. Being very innovative, he came up with the very first Cantopop rap, "Ah Lam's Diary", with lyrics written by himself. In addition, he pioneered the stringing together of many hit Cantopop songs to create a 10-minute long medley called "10 Minutes 12 Inches". Over the years, he has introduced a wide variety of songs to the Hong Kong music scene, with many of his own compositions and covers becoming classics of Cantopop. One of his special talents is in picking which songs to do covers of among a wide variety of sources, including songs from the United Kingdom, United States, Continental Europe, Russia, Middle East, Latin America, Japan, etc. The songs he chose for such covers range from classical music, songs from musicals, Hebrew folk song, to funk and rock and roll. His own compositions and covers encompass a very wide stylistic range, from country rock, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, funk, jazz, rap, Chinese-style tunes to tango and bossa nova. He is particularly skillful in interpreting and performing all songs in his own inimitable style. Lam has a wide vocal range and is known for excelling in many different genres of music. He can sing powerfully in fast rhythmic numbers and in a very heartfelt way in romantic ballads.
Together is the first compilation album by Taiwanese Mandopop girl group S.H.E. It was released on 23 January 2003 by HIM International Music between their third studio album Genesis and fourth Super Star. This album has four new songs plus one VCD.
Jenny Tseng, is a Macau singer, actress and producer, mostly known in Cantonese-speaking regions, based in Hong Kong for much of her career. Tseng was one of the most popular female singers in Hong Kong during the Golden Age of Music and remained popular throughout the late 70s all through to the early 90s.
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.
Su Rui is a Taiwanese singer.
2007 the World Tour is the third live album by Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, released on 31 January 2008 by Sony Music Taiwan and included a date filmed at Banqiao Stadium on 10 November 2007 from the 2007 World Tour.
Shin is a Taiwanese musician, actor and singer-songwriter. He is known as the former lead singer of the band Shin and a Golden Melody Awards nominee for Best Mandarin Male Singer.
Rainie & love...? is the fifth Mandarin studio album of Taiwanese Mandopop artist Rainie Yang. It was released on 1 January 2010 by Sony Music Taiwan. Two editions of the album were released: pre-order edition and Rainie & love...? with different issues for Taiwan and Hong Kong. It was also issued for the Japanese market in Japanese.
The One Concert is the first live album by Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, released on 21 October 2002 by BMG Taiwan and included a date filmed at Taipei Municipal Stadium on 28 September 2002 from The One Concert.
2004 Incomparable Concert is the second live album by Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, released as of 21 January 2005 by Sony Music Taiwan and included a date filmed at Taipei Municipal Stadium on 2 October 2004 from the 2004 Incomparable Concert.
Singing revolutionary songs, Reading classic books, Telling stories and Spreading mottos or Singing, Reading, Telling and Spreading is a political movement launched by Bo Xilai in Chongqing, People's Republic of China. It is one of Bo's two main political movements, along with Chongqing gang trials. Started in 2008, the movement caused impact around China.
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'.
The Fleeing of a Two-Legged Bookcase Live Album is the first concert live album by William Wei. Wei held his first major concert on September 18, 2010 at the Taipei International Convention Center, which was recorded for this live release. The 2-CD album contains 23 tracks from the live set, including songs from Wei's debut album as well as three previously unreleased songs: 'Why Life' (外·賴), 'She'll be an Angel', 'Me, a Pig, and His Girlfriend'. Besides, he also covered some of his all-time pop favorites, including famous numbers of A-mei, Khalil Fong, James Blunt, and Maroon 5. The album was released on 3 June 2011, by Linfair Records.
The Literary Youth Who Can Dance is the fourth studio album by Chinese singer Li Yuchun, released on April 12, 2011 by EE Media.
Come Sing with Me is a Chinese variety music show, and it is broadcast on Hunan Television. The host by Wang Han and singer Han Hong associate jointly hosted, which invites specialized renown singers and ordinary people like fans to chorus, every episodes approximately taken about 90 minutes to broadcast. The program first season have 11 episodes was released on 7 May 2016, and second season have 12 episodes was released on 29 April 2017. Mandopop folk singer Fei Yu-ching was associate jointly hosted the final episode of first season, while Han Hong had leave for attending the task on crafts. Come Sing With Me also notable as top 10 popular China TV shows of ranked No. 2 in the first half of year 2016.
Xu Geyang is a singer from Shenyang, Liaoning, China. In July 2016, she made her debut as a contestant on the first season of the reality television singing competition show Sing! China on Zhejiang Television. She finished fourth in the finals. She released her first single, "Forever", in May 2017.
SPOP Sing! is a Chinese singing reality competition broadcast by Mediacorp Channel 8. Season 1 premiered on 9 August after the broadcast of National Day Parade and ended on the live finale on 4 November at Padang.