Top Chinese Music Awards

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Top Chinese Music Awards
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Country China
First awarded2001;19 years ago (2001)

The Top Chinese Music Awards (Chinese :音乐风云榜年度盛典) is an annual music awards to recognize Chinese popular music artists and works. [1] The Top Chinese Music Awards was established in 2001 and is held in China. The awards have been described by the media as China's equivalent of the Grammys in the United States. [2] [3]



2001Shenzhen Theatre Shenzhen
2005Beijing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium Beijing
2006 Beijing Exhibition Center
2010Shenzhen Theatre Shenzhen
2011Yulan Theatre Dongguan
2012Poly Theatre Shenzhen
2014 Shenzhen Bay Sports Center


2017 Top Chinese Music Awards [4]

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