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Pop song fest at Shenzhen Bay
    2018-January-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Pop singer Li Yuchun, Andy Hui, FanFan, Zhang Jie, Liu Xijun, Vocal Brothers and Cookie Girls will collaborate for a concert Jan. 14.

Famous for her boyish look, Li debuted her singing career by winning the Chinese singing contest “Super Girl” in 2005. The next year she released her debut album “The Queen and the Dreams.”

FanFan is a Taiwanese singer who hosted the variety show “Bang Bang Tang” on Channel [V] in Taiwan and has also starred in various commercials in her early years. She has written songs for herself as well as other singers, including Angela Chang.

Zhang made his debut as the champion of “My Show” in 2004. In 2007, Zhang participated in “Super Boy,” which made him popular with the public. After releasing a string of albums and winning many domestic awards, Zhang won Best International Artist in the 46th American Music Awards in 2013. In 2016, Zhang became the Chinese film endorser of “Star Trek Beyond” and released the theme song “Lost in the Stars.” And last year, Zhang held his world tour to Britain, the United States, Canada, Malaysia, Australia and Italy and released “Torches,” the Chinese theme song for “Transformers: The Last Knight.”

Hui is a Hong Kong singer and actor who began his showbiz career in 1986. Hui is considered one of the most successful Hong Kong singers with an extensive list of Cantonese and Mandarin hits to his credit. His singing career reached stellar status in 2001 as he won awards for favorite male singer. In 2005, Hui was declared one of Ten Outstanding Young Persons, through which his hard work on his music and film career, and his excellence in commitment to the community was recognized.

Time: 7:30 p.m., Jan. 14

Tickets: 280-1,180 yuan

Venue: Stadium of Shenzhen Bay Sports Center, 3001 Binhai Boulevard, Nanshan District (南山区滨海大道3001号深圳湾体育中心体育场)

Metro: Line 2, Keyuan Station (科苑站), Exit A(SD News)

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