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The Best Chinese Songs of Wang Feng in Chinese Rock Music

As a musician who not only sings but also composes, it must be good at creating more great work to exist in the music circle and win the honor in the music market.Today we are willing to share some best Chinese songs from Wang Feng who is a great musician that is not only good at singing but also in composition.

We will share his top 10 Chinese rock songs as follow:

1.Good Night Beijing (晚安, 北京) — 1997

Good Night Beijing is the immediate work of Wang Feng.It also settles his primary music style in a long time.The biggest characteristic of this song is that the overflow of poetry that the overflow here is not a representation of a derogatory term.Because it likes what Wang said in his song that he is on a crazy margin.

This song also appears much vocabulary and imago which not in the traditional Chinese music creation. For example ‘the voice from homemade road roller’, the boiled broth of the world’, ‘the broken tyre’, ‘the cry of violin’ that help the song have special impact force in front of the magic artic conception.

Especially the musical arrangement of this song, it shows the its cadence, stagger between the lyric and the violence which strengthen the performance of the music.It can be regarded as the monumental work not only in the creation of Wang Feng but also in the history of Chinese rock music.

2.Li Jian Guo (李建国) – 1997

Wang wrote the great song Li Jian Guo in the first album in the stage in Bao Jia Street 43 music groups.This song is the best thing song that describes a small person in the history of Chinese popular music. It has the more strong sense of bringing into than the I Am a small bird or Songs Of Ordinary People by Jonathan Lee.

‘He likes to watch the seven-o’clock News Report/He likes to hear the Chines popular song of Teresa Teng’.The normal ‘Li Jian Guo’ is a normal person but he is endowed the extraordinary in the normal time.Only a poetic musician can turn this on.

3.Should I Have A Real Life Or Go To Fantasy (我应该真实地生活还是去幻想) — 1998

In the musical life of Wang, he uses the two vocabulary ‘fantasy’. ‘confused’ many times.The indetermination is not only the charm of the music creation but also is the power that the creator goes ahead in music.

A musician is not the ideologist, educator, scientist, theorist because a musician creates a work that sometimes doesn’t need certain direction or rigorous logic and just need the constant asking then find the answer in the life in the constant question. That is all right even cannot find the answer because it has a dream and we will arrive it finally.This is a old song.you can find more Chinese old songs here in our website.

4.Youth (青春) – 2000

This song is that Wang gives away to his ex-girlfriend Jun Zi.After Jun Zi die, he arranged this song again and collects it in his first solo album.The Chinese lyric of this song Youth will remind you think about the masterpiece Leaving Home and Going Far Away at the Age of 18 of Yu Hua.

That is a dim moonlight and ignorant youth which got something when it is clear and lost something when it is opposite.What Wang Feng wrote in this song is that look like fuzzy but is very crazy. You understand it if you never experience the youth.

5.In The Rain(在雨中) – 2002

In The Rain is recorded in the personal album Love is A Happy Bullet of Wang in 2002.It is highly controversial because it looks like not rock music.But it is a great Chinese music album that have the disjunctive meaning for Wang.

Especially, the main theme song In The Rain which writing is very lyric and romantic and add more crazy with a poet.It would be the most beautiful Chines love song in the history of Chinese rock music.It said that the rock musician also can be romantic and amorous and can write the love song.

In fact,most best Chinese songs from Wang Feng break through the base line between the Chines rock songs and other Chinese songs.That is why Wang is so prevalent in China.

6.Fly Higher(飞得更高) – 2004

Fly Higher is one of the most successful song in the business.This success also shows that the song also shows in many big competition or activity.In fact,when a song is more popular,some singing surroundings change would lead some misread about the work.Just like the best song Fly Higher.

Many people may think that the song is a party song which sounds more hollow.In fact, Fly Higher is song that talk about the meaning of life.As this singing of Wang in the beginning ‘The life is just a big river, sometimes calm, sometimes crazy’. Maybe Wang is not enough exquisite and perfect but he wrote the beauty of grand screen.

7.Vanity Fair(名利场) – 2009

As a successful rock singer, what he should do that don’t have the perfect answer.But in the reality,many successful rock singer would be come back to the original way which towards the Buddhist mood.This is just an attitude and choice of the life.

However, it can be seen as an escape from the angle of music or rock music.To Wang, he never escapes and even keeps his choice to criticize and reflect.Vanity Fair maybe is not the best song of Wang Feng but it is worth to admire that a successful Chinese rock singer still could create the rock music of vanity fair.

8.Sunflower(向阳花) – 2001

The song Sunflower is a great song that Wang wrote for his daughter.His work is renowned for the high level and the dimensionality.Maybe most music fans don’t want to be represented that think that the Chinese songs from Wang have the big theme and conception.But Sunflower is absolutely a warm work.

It is a dialogue between the mother and daughter but is not a fairy tale and has many unbearable thing in the real world.Just only a rock new dad would write the real counsel.

9.Swing Together(一起摇摆) – 2013

Swing Together is the Chinese old school style song which bases on blue’s element.Maybe Wang was effected by the leader team The Voice of China and Harlem mentor.Wang begins to choose this more light style to show the music even the part of the lyric is more heavy than before for adding more self-mockery.

Different stage would lead to different China music.In a way, this song Swing Together also was a portraiture that the life of Wang was before 3 years ago.His cloth-wrappers is very heavy that maybe he needs more rest.

10.Time Flies! Can You Make Me Feel Helpless(流年啊 你奈我何) — 2015

After experiencing all of what the rock singer should have, and also experience all of what a Chinese rock singer should have, Wang feels helpless but still keep strong then it became the song Time Flies! Can You Make Me Feel Helpless?

This song is also the portraitures what he has already. He does not know who just go ahead and is a go backwards or turn left and turn right.After many setbacks,Wang still chooses a difficult way to go but still surrender to the fiddle that the life gives to him.From the content and title,we can say that Wang is a true rocker.

Your Thought

After we share 10 best Chinese songs for you.Do you have any question about this song or our website?Just told us in the comment.Of cause you can download Chinese songs free in our website.

Wang Feng: The sole survivor

Rocker Wang Feng will start a 15-city tour on Saturday, which a mainland record 300,000 people are expected to attend.

Rock singer and songwriter Wang Feng follows his own star, despite accusations that he is too commercial.

Some rock fans think Wang Feng has sold out, while his peers accuse him of betrayal. None of which bothers the singer-songwriter.

When the 42-year-old performed I Love You, China at CCTV’s 2013 Spring Festival Gala he was the first rock musician to perform on the world’s most watched TV program – but it didn’t make him friends in rock circles.

“My original intention was to be just a rocker, singing my own songs,” Wang says. “I had been invited on the Spring Festival Gala before, but I refused because I was asked to perform with other singers and to sing silly lyrics. For me, that’s betrayal. But this time, I was allowed to sing my own song and perform it in my own way.”

“Chinese rock fans firmly believe the music is a minority taste. But Cui Jian’s Nothing to My Name was sung by millions. Would you say that’s not a rock song?”

Wang’s national tour, Existence, will play in 15 cities, starting in Tianjin on Saturday.

Tour organizer Rock Forward Entertainment Company estimates about 300,000 will see the concerts, which would be a China rock record.

Wang has released nine albums since 1997 and is renowned for his live shows. In 2012, he held a concert for 40,000 fans at Beijing Workers’ Stadium.

Wang spent 4 million yuan ($645,500) on producing his double CD Life Asks for Nothing in 2011 and he made the money back within four months.

“He is a rare Chinese rock star, a box office guarantee in both northern and southern cities,” says Li Hui, CEO of Rock Forward Entertainment Company.

Veteran music critic Li Wan once said: “Wang is a very confident musician. He has not been influenced by suspicions or negative reviews. He knows what he wants.”

For Wang, being able to write and sing his songs makes him feel alive and content.

“There are no boundaries for rock music, which can be about love for one’s father, hope and struggle,” he says, adding he writes all the time.

“One month last year I held 25 performances. It was also that month that I wrote 17 songs. I don’t feel tired, I feel refreshed after completing a song.”

Wang attributes his musical vitality to studying the violin from the age of 5.

“It’s torture to keep repeating the same sounds for four hours. Compared with that, writing songs is much more relaxing.”

Born to a musical family, Wang studied at the Central Conservatory of Music, majoring in violin and viola.

At 17, he listened to Michael Jackson, The Beatles, and Pink Floyd, which inspired him. In 1994, when Chinese rock music was in its heyday, Wang and his friends formed the band No 43 Baojia Street.

Like any other young rock band, they were overshadowed by legends like Cui Jian, Tang Dynasty and Dou Wei.

Now, those rock stars have either retired or appear to work part time, while Wang seems to be the sole survivor.

“I have never forgotten why I decided to be a rocker,” Wang claims.

To begin with, his band was backed by Xiao Wei, an alumnus of Central Conservatory of Music, and their breakthrough came in 1997 with the debut album No 43 Baojia Street. Songs like Little Bird and Good Night Beijing became instant hits.

In 2000, Wang left the band and two years later released one of his most popular tunes, Flying Higher.

While Wang was commercially successful the rock press and his peers turned against him. He says this hurt.

“I once thought that as long as I could sing my own songs, I would be happy. But when I realized my dream, I was not happy at all.

“I cannot control others’ views. All I can do is write my songs, because that is the only way I feel comfortable and secure.”

He used to love sitting on Chang’an Avenue drinking a bottle of beer while people-watching, which inspired him. But he no longer drinks, though he does admit smoking a pack of cigarettes a day “helps me think”.

After recently watching the Rolling Stones’ concert on Brazil’s Copacabana Beach, attended by 1. 5 million people, Wang was inspired.

“The huge number of people proves the value of rock stars, let alone their music. I was so amazed. I believe I can still rock and come up with new songs at the age of 60.”

Zhang Ziyi Infos | » Wang Feng

Portrait

In Chinese: 汪峰
First name: Feng
Last Name: Wang
Date of Birth: June 29th, 1971
Place of Birth: Beijing
Nationality: Han Chinese
Occupation: Singer-songwriter, composer, director
Wife: Zhang Ziyi
Children: 3 Daughters – Wang Manxi (born 2005), Wang Jingyi (born 2012), Wang Xingxing (born 2015)

What you need to know

– Wang Feng started to play violin at the age of 4. He never really liked to play music until the age of 14 when he discovered Tchaikovsky.
– He studied at the Chinese Central Conservatory of Music. During his studies he was a member of the Chinese Youth Orchestra and performed overseas. In 1994, he formed the band No. 43 Baojia Street with some friends. It was difficult for them to win their lives. The band released in total two albums and were not profitable but acclaimed.
– In 2000, the singer started his solo career when the Warner Music Beijing Co., Ltd signed a contract with him. The same year, his first solo album “Fireworks” was released. With this label, his solo career was launched, releasing two other albums (Love is a Happiness Bullet and Crying with Laughter). He also made the soundtrack of Wang Xiaoshuai’s movie Beijing Bicycle.
– In 2005, he left Warner to create his own label Feng Sheng Music. He then released his 4th album Blooming Life.
– In 2007, he signed a contract with the Hong Kong media company MusicNationGroup and released his 5th album Brave Heart.
– In 2009, Belief Flies in the Wind, his 6th album was released and won Best Album as well as several other prizes at the Global Chinese Music Awards the same year.
– In 2011, with a new label record, Wang Feng released a new album Life Asks for Nothing, which was critically acclaimed. The same year, he was seen on stage at the Grand Stadium two times.
– In 2013 the singer was a coach for the TV talent show “The Voice of China” and realeased a new album Born in Hesitation.
– In 2015, he released a new album The River in which one of the song “Nowhere to belong”, dedicated to the woman he loves… Zhang Ziyi.
– In 2017, 29, Guoling Lane, his 10th album was released.

Do not hesitate to watch “Existence”, a documentary about the singer. You will learn many interesting facts.

Discography

What you need to listen

With n°43 Baojia Street:
李建国 (Li Jianguo) – First hit when he was with his former band – Listen on youtube
晚安,北京 (Goodnight Beijing) – Written by him in a night of despair while loosing sight of his future – Listen on Youtube

Solo career:
春天里 (Bury Me in Spring) – One of his greatest hits / A song about his time with his former band – Listen on youtube
我们的梦 (Our Dream) – This song is one of the Beijing Olympic Top 10 Golden Songs – Listen to Youtube
我爱你中国 (I Love You China) – The first rock song performed on national television – Listen on youtube
北京北京 (Beijing Beijing) – A tribute to Wang Feng’s hometown, Beijing – Listen on Youtube
存在 (Existence) – On of his most well-known song in China – Listen on Youtube
无处安放 (Nowhere to Belong) – Song written for Ziyi – More information

ZZI’s team recommendation:
青春 (Youth) – Mr. Chang’s personal favorite song by Wang Feng – Listen on Youtube
生来彷徨 (Born in Hesitation) – Miss Grain’ personal favorite song by Wang Feng – Listen on Youtube

Sources: Wikipedia, Documentary “Existence”

Wang Feng bans grass-root duo singing his song

Xuriyanggang singing with Wang Feng (Wang in the middle) Photo:image.baidu.com

By Pang Qi

Wang Feng, a Chinese singer whose song “In the spring” was performed by a duo known as Xuriyanggang, has prohibited them from singing the song “in any form” in future, the Xinhua News Agency reported Friday.

Li Dong, Xuriyanggang’s agent, told Chinese media that he received a call from Wang on Thursday afternoon, asking the duo to stop presenting the song, and they will respect Wang’s decision.

Xuriyanggang were given a message by phone before the announcement was released, but they revealed it to the media, thereby provoking much criticism of Wang, ifeng. com reported. “I advised my company to inform them privately before the formal announcement, so that they will not be caught unprepared. But they used my kindness,” Wang was quoted as saying.

Wang said in his blog Friday afternoon that while he supported the duo, they took advantage of his kindness to make a profit; and, he was offended by the public claim that “Wang Feng is winning back his fame by the song presented by Xuriyanggang”.

He stated that Xuriyanggang have turned from poor young men to cover singers since they attended business shows, and they frequently sang his works including “In the spring” without permission. He encouraged Xuriyanggang to perform more original songs.

Liu Gang, one of the duo, showed his appreciation of Wang and apologized to him on Xuriyanggang’s microblog. But he also expressed the wish that Wang would grant them the right to cover “In the spring”, and expect Wang to write a song specially for them.

Some netizens criticized Wang Feng for being jealous of Xuriyanggang’s popularity, and said that he is too narrow-minded.

“I didn’t know who Wang Feng was (before the song sang by Xuriyanggang). He is hyping himself!” said a netizen called “Darlingoooo” on Xuriyanggang’s site.

But others showed understanding that since the copyright belongs to Wang Feng, he has the right to ask the duo to stop singing it.

And the netizen Daming said that Wang Feng is in fact protecting Xuriyanggang, as the duo’s music life will hardly last long if they continue singing the other’s works without any original songs of their own.

 

Liu Ping, Deputy Executive Director of the Music Copyright Society of China, was quoted by Xinhua as saying that the issue of copyright should be highlighted in the music industry, and it is beneficial for music creators to be concerned about their rights.

The duo Xuriyanggang consists of Wang Xu, 29, and Liu Gang, 44. They were migrant workers while they took to singing “In the spring” and became popular after their performance videos spread online. Wang Feng performed “In the spring” together with them on the show “Blooming” in Shanghai in November 2010, and they have presented the song on many occasions including China’s annual Spring Festival Gala in 2011.

The grass-root stars Xuriyanggang were among the selected Top 10 figures that inspired China in 2010.

Rocker Wang Feng’s declaration of love to Zhang Ziyi

Rocker Wang Feng’s declaration of love to Zhang Ziyi

Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi attended singer Wang Feng’s concert in Shanghai on November 9, 2013. (Photo/Xinhua)

Veteran rocker Wang Feng openly spoke of his love for actress Zhang Ziyi during his concert in Shanghai on Saturday. His public declaration afterwards received both praise and mock.

The news that Wang Feng, 42, and internationally acclaimed movie star Zhang Ziyi, 34, are secretly in love, has caused nothing short of a sensation.

After weeks of media speculation yet silence from both involved parties, Wang eventually gave in and (shockingly so) gave an 8-minute-long heartfelt declaration of love to Zhang before tens of thousands of fans during his concert where the actress sitting in the front seats.

“I want to make you the happiest woman in the world,” Wang said, “and I imagine one day we can be blessed for our sincere love as celebrities without being criticized and vilified by people. I imagine one day we can tell each other ‘I love you’ without [seeing the] tears in each other’s eyes.”

After Wang’s remarks, he went on to dedicate a song entitled “I Love You So Much” to Zhang. Zhang reportedly wiped away a tear.

The news soon made headlines around China, but — as has been the case thus far — many still hold their doubts about the new couple. Several netizens pointed out on social platforms that more or less the same rhetoric and song had been dedicated by Wang to his ex-wife and ex-girlfriend respectively.

When dating rumors of Zhang and Wang surfaced, the latter has just divorced his wife and Zhang had just broken up with her ex-boyfriend, television host Sa Beining. Both Wang and Zhang were subjected to public backlash since both were infamous for their past love complications.

Both managers have declined to comment on Wang’s love declaration.

Wang expressed his love to Zhang, saying he wished that one day, instead of wearing masks, they could go shopping and walk down the street hand in hand like ordinary people.

“The people around us will not flash their cameras at us and instead respond to us with a friendly smile,” Wang said in a bittersweet voice.

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(Editor:WangXin、Chen Lidan)

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Biography

Wang Feng was born in China on June 29, 1971. Famous as the founder and frontman of the Chinese rock band No. 43 Baojia Street, he is also notable for his soundtrack to the 2001 feature film Beijing Bicycle. He and pop singer Na Ying were both second-season judges on the reality talent competition The Voice of China. At the age of five, he began training as a violinist. While studying classical music at Beijing’s Central Conservatory of Music, he became interested in the rock genre and formed No. 43 Baojia Street.

On Popular Bio, He is one of the successful Rock Singer. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on June 29, 1971. He is one of the Richest Rock Singer who was born in China. He also has a position among the list of Most popular Rock Singer. Wang Feng is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 48 years old.

Short Profile
First Name Wang
Last Name Feng
Profession Rock Singer
Age 48 years old
Birth Sign Cancer
Birth Date June 29, 1971
Birth Place China
Country China

Career

Wang Feng and the band No. 43 Baojia Street (pronounced 43) released their first album in 1997, three years after it was formed. During these three years, the band practiced in a college basement and performed in local clubs and bars. He has signed a solo contract with Warner Music Beijing Co., Ltd. The third album, Fireworks (2000), was the start of his solo career. With a number of songs like Flying Higher (pop) (2004) and Blooming Life (pop) (2005) on his next albums, Wang Feng hit the media spotlight and became popular in China. His 2009 album Belief Flies in the Wind won him an award as China’s Most Popular Male Singer at Channel V’s 14th Chinese Music Awards. He’s also a coach on The Voice of China, and Sing! China, both TV shows that helped him gain tremendous popularity.

Wang Feng Net Worth

Wang Feng estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Wang Feng in 2019-2020?

According to Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb & Various Online resources, famous Rock Singer Wang Feng’s net worth is $1-5 Million at the age of 48 years old. He earned the money being a professional Rock Singer. He is from China.

Wang Feng’s Net Worth:
$1-5 Million

Estimated Net Worth in 2021 $1-5 Million
Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020) $1-5 Million
Annual Salary Under Review.
Income Source Primary Income source Rock Singer (profession).
Net Worth Verification Status Not Verified

Age, Height & Body Measurements

Wang Feng is currently age 48 years old. Wang Feng’s height Unknown & weight Not Available right. Full body measurements, dress & shoe size will be updated soon.

Who is Wang Feng Dating?

Wang is often criticized for his promiscuous nature and his cheating behavior. His first wife was a TV hostess, Qi Dan. He divorced his second wife when their daughter was only 8 months old because of his cheating. Feng married Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi for the third time in 2015. She gave birth to a girl in the United States, and later to a son. He also has two older daughters from two previous relationships – Wang Manxi (born in 2005), Ge Huijie from the Wedlock model, and Wang Jingyi (born in 2012) from Kang Zuoru’s second wife.

Dating is to describe a stage in a person’s life when he or she is actively pursuing romantic relationships with different people. If two unmarried celebrities are seen in public together, they are often described as “dating” which means they were seen in public together, and it is not clear whether they are merely friends, exploring a more intimate relationship, or are romantically involved.

Facts About Wang Feng

  1. Wang Feng’s age 48 years old.
  2. Birthday June 29, 1971.
  3. Birth Sign Cancer.
  4. He received a Chinese Music Award for his 2009 album Belief Flies in the Wind.

Wang Feng lyrics and profile

ABOUT

Wang Feng (汪峰) is a Chinese rock musician and composer. He was the founder and lead vocals of the rock band No. 43 Baojia Street (named after the street address of the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing). He also composed the music for Wang Xiaoshuai’s 2001 film Beijing Bicycle.


PROFILE

  • Birthplace: Beijing, China
  • Education: Alma mater- Central Conservatory of Music
  • Occupation: Singer-songwriter, composer, director
  • Years active: 1997–present
  • Spouse(s):  
  1. Qi Dan (齐丹) (m. 2003; div. 2004)
  2. Kang Zuoru (康作如) (m. 2007; div. 2013)
  3. Zhang Ziyi (章子怡) (m. 2015)
  • Children: 4
  • Labels: Rock Forward

TRIVIA

-Wang is often criticized for his promiscuous nature and cheating behaviour.
-His first wife was Qi Dan, a TV hostess. He divorced his second wife, when their daughter was only 8 months old, due to his cheating. 
-Feng married for a third time in 2015 to Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi. They gave birth to a girl in the United States.
-He also has two elder daughters from two previous relationships – Wang Manxi (born 2005), from model Ge Huijie out of wedlock, Wang Jingyi (born 2012), from second wife Kang Zuoru.

After two albums No. 43 Baojia Street (1997) and No. 43 Baojia Street 2 (1998), he signed a solo contract with Warner Music Beijing Co., Ltd. The third album Fireworks (2000) was the beginning of his solo career. With a number of songs like Flying Higher (飞得更高) (2004), and Blooming Life (怒放的生命) (2005) on his following albums, Wang Feng entered the media spotlight and became popular in China. His 2009 album Belief Flies in the Wind won him an award as the Most Popular Male Singer in China at the Channel V’s 14th Chinese Music Awards.[1] He is also a coach on The Voice of China, and Sing! China, both TV shows which helped him gain immense popularity. 


Discography

No. 43 Baojia Street (鲍家街43号)
No. 43 Baojia Street (鲍家街43号) (1997)
No. 43 Baojia Street 2 – Storm Approaching (鲍家街43号 2 – 风暴来临) (1998)

Studio albums:
Fireworks (花火) (2000)
Love is a Happiness Bullet (爱是一颗幸福的子弹) (2002)
Crying with Laughter (笑着哭) (2004)
A Blooming Life (怒放的生命) (2005)
Brave Heart (勇敢的心) (2007)
Belief Flies in the Wind (信仰在空中飘扬) (2009)
Life Asks for Nothing (生无所求) (2011)
Born in Hesitation (生来彷徨) (2013)
The River (河流) (2015)
29, Guoling Lane (果岭里29号) (2017)

Movie soundtracks:
Beijing Bicycle (十七岁的单车) (2001)
Wolf Totem (沧浪之歌) (2015) Discography
No. 43 Baojia Street (鲍家街43号)
No. 43 Baojia Street (鲍家街43号) (1997)
No. 43 Baojia Street 2 – Storm Approaching (鲍家街43号 2 – 风暴来临) (1998)
Studio albums
Fireworks (花火) (2000)
Love is a Happiness Bullet (爱是一颗幸福的子弹) (2002)
Crying with Laughter (笑着哭) (2004)
A Blooming Life (怒放的生命) (2005)
Brave Heart (勇敢的心) (2007)
Belief Flies in the Wind (信仰在空中飘扬) (2009)
Life Asks for Nothing (生无所求) (2011)
Born in Hesitation (生来彷徨) (2013)
The River (河流) (2015)
29, Guoling Lane (果岭里29号) (2017)
Movie soundtracks
Beijing Bicycle (十七岁的单车) (2001)
Wolf Totem (沧浪之歌) (2015) 

Concerts:

    2004-9-17 Wang Feng Beijing Exhibition Center Theater Concert
    2005-12-31 Wang Feng Cross New Year Concert
    2008-1-19 Wang Feng “Beijing Beijing ” Concert
    2009-8-13 Wang Feng Kunming Unplugged Concert
    2009-12-24 “Flying high” Wang Feng Shenzhen Unplugged Concert
    2010-04-10 “Belief” 2010 Wang Feng Beijing Concert
    2011-03-26 Wang Feng Shanghai Concert
    2011-04-16 “Belief in spring” 2011 Wang Feng Beijing Concert
    2011-11-06 “Belief” 2011 Wang Feng Ordos Concert
    2011-11-19 “Belief” 2011 Wang Feng Chengdu Concert
    2011-11-03 “Belief in spring” 2011 Wang Feng Shenzhen Concert
    2011-12-10 Wang Feng Wanshida Center Concert
    2012-01-02 Wang Feng Shanghai Concert

Wang Feng “Existence” China Tour

    12.09.02 Beijing, Worker’s Stadium
    04.13 Tianjin, Tianjin Arena
    04.19 Wuhan, Guanggu Arena
    04.30 Hangzhou, Huanglong Arena
    05.11 Guangzhou, Guangzhou Arena
    05.18 Xian, Shaanxi Stadium
    05.25 Fuzhou, Fujian Stadium
    06.09 Zhengzhou, Zhengzhou Exhibition Center
    06.15 Shenzhen, Shenzhen Bay Stadium
    06.29 Jinan, Shandong Stadium
    10.19 Chengdu, Chengdu Arena
    10.26 Hefei, Hefei Stadium
    11.09 Shanghai, Shanghai Stadium
    12.07 Taiyuan, Shanxi Stadium
    12.21 Nanjing, Olympic Arena
    12.28 Nanning, Guangxi Stadium

Chinese musician Wang Feng

Chinese musician Wang Feng

This is the MRK speaking! Dear radio listeners, the program “Saturday Concert” is on the air. The presenter Natasha is at the microphone. In today’s program I will introduce you to the Chinese musician Wang Feng and his work. First, the song “Beijing, Beijing” will sound for you. Wang Feng? a native of Beijing, in this song he sings about deep love for the homeland.

Wang Feng was born in 1971. At the age of 5 he began to study the violin, at the age of 13 he entered the secondary school at the Chinese Conservatory, and at the age of 19 at the Chinese Conservatory, the violin department.During his studies at the institute, on the initiative of Wang Feng, the musical group “Baojiajie Street 43” was created. The name was given to the collective by the address of the Chinese Conservatory. Upon graduation, Wang Feng embarked on a professional career as a composer and singer. For almost 20 years, he has released over 10 solo albums. Currently, Wang Feng not only has a successful job, but also a happy family. He has two daughters. Further in our program, let’s listen to the song “Sunflower”. Wang Feng wrote this song to his eldest daughter.

Dear friends, I think some of you know a thing or two about the musician Wang Feng. We have already broadcast his song “Staying in Spring” many times. At the beginning of 2011, at a ceremony in honor of the most important holiday in China? Lunar New Year? Spring Festival, two simple peasants sang this song. Then this fine became extremely popular in our country. Let’s hear how songwriter Wang Feng performs this song.

In recent years, Wang Feng’s works have become much the theme music for television and movies.Then the song “I Live” will sound on our air. This is the soundtrack for the TV series “Youth in Beijing”.

Dear radio listeners, this is where we end today’s show “Saturday Concert”. Thank you for your attention, until we meet again on the air. Once again, our website address is russian.cri.cn If you want to know more about China, please visit our website. All the best.

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Actor Wang Feng, list of dramas. Sorted by year of writing

Profession: Singer, composer, songwriter.

Muses. group: No. 43 Baojia Street

Debut: 1994
Place of birth: Beijing, China
Height: 176 cm
Blood type: A
Family: wife actress Zhang Ziyi
Education: Central Conservatory of Music

Wang Feng was born on June 29, 1971. At the age of 5 he began studying guitar. At 11 he began to study violin at the Central Music Conservatory.
In 1988, influenced by musicians such as Luo Daiu and Jonathan Lee, he began to compose his own works.
1990, together with the Academic Symphony Orchestra, performed in Europe and Asia.
In 1995 he graduated from the Central Music Conservatory and began working under the direction of a symphony orchestra in the Central Ballet Company.

Was married three times.
The first wife was Qi Dan, a TV presenter for a sports channel on Sichuan Television.
After four years of long distance relationship, they got married, but divorced a year later.
After the divorce, Wang Feng had a relationship with model Ge Huijie.At 18, she gave birth to his baby girl Wang Manxi. Due to the fact that Ge Huijie did not pay attention to the baby, but played video games, Wang Feng broke up with her.
He dedicated the song “Sunflower” (向阳花) to his daughter.

In 2012, Wang Feng’s second wife Kang Zuo gave birth to his daughter Wang Jingyi. He divorced her when her daughter was 8 months old. Since the daughter was very young, after the divorce she stayed with Kang Zuo. After Wang Feng announced his divorce on Weibo on September 13, 2013, some users found a photo of him with Zhang Ziyi playing mahjong and a photo of him attending Eason Chan’s concert together.
Wang Feng’s agent replied that Wang Feng and Kang Zuo divorced due to relationship problems, and that this had nothing to do with other people.
In 2015, Wang Feng married Zhang Ziyi.
On December 27, 2015, Zhang Ziyi gave birth to a baby girl in the United States.
Wang Feng’s wife Zhang Ziyi became a stepmother to his daughter Wan Manxi.

In November 1994, the group No. 43 Baojia Street (鲍家 街 43 号), in which Wang Feng was the vocalist.

In January they released their first album “鲍家 街 43 号”, and in 1998 they released their second.Since the group did not generate income, Wang Feng canceled the contract with Beijing Jingwen Record. In 2000, he signed a new contract with Warner Music Beijing Co. Ltd for 5 years and in the same year released his third album “Fireworks”.
In 2001, he composed the score for Wang Xiaoshuai’s film “Beijing Bicycle” for which he received the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.
November 16, 2002 released the fourth album “Love is a bullet of happiness”.
In 2004 the fifth album “Tears from Laughter” was released.
After the end of the contract with Warner Music Beijing Co.Ltd founded its own label in 2005 “Feng Sheng Music”. In the same year, on December 28, his sixth album “Successful Life” was released.

In 2007, Wang Feng signed with MusicNationGroup. On June 23, he released his seventh album, “Braveheart”.
On January 19, 2008, Wang Feng held a recital “Beijing, Beijing” at the Proletary Stadium in Beijing.
May 19, 2009 released the song “Spring”.
On July 31, 2009 the album “Faith Flying in the Wind” was released.

October 17, 2011 Wang Feng posted the first single “Existence” from his latest album on his microblog (Weibo).On November 7 he released two songs “Posolnukh” and “Papa”.
On February 24, his song “Good Night, Beijing” was released.

In 2013, he was a mentor on the Voice of China show along with Na Ying, Harlem Yu, and A-Mei. He remained a mentor until season 4.

On January 12, 2018, along with Jesse J, Sam Lee, Li Xiaodong, Chun Tian, ​​Angela Chan and GAI took part in the music show “Singer 2018”, in which he reached the finals. On that show, he finished third, behind Chen Yuhua (second) and Jesse J (first).

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“Xuzhi Yangan” – Music group

November 13, 2010 Shanghai Stadium. Tens of thousands of fans sing along to the famous performer on stage: the famous rock singer Wang Feng sings the song “Spring”. He sings accompanied by the musical group “Suizhi Yangan”. Note that not long before the mentioned song was performed in Shanghai, the musical group “Xuzhi Yangang” was already popular on the Internet…

It should be emphasized that both members of the group are not singers by profession and occupation, they are Beijing guest workers: 29-year-old Liu Gang, a native of Heilongjiang province, was a security guard at one time, then he traded from a stall and even worked for some time as a singer in bar; Wang Xu, a native of Henan province, worked as a storekeeper and often sang songs in underground passages in his spare time, earning a small coin. Both music lovers met in the same underground passage and became friends.After that, for five years, both migrant workers began, regardless of the weather, to sing on weekends, performing in underground street passages. “Although every time the voice sank – we sang for a long time, – however, as soon as it recovered, we rigorously took the guitars and went to the underpass,” recalls Liu Gang.

In the spring of 2010, one of the friends of these two young “musicians” literally “at random” placed their songs on the site, making a video, and although the image of the half-naked guys singing did not shock “beauty”, and the skill of the performance – perfection, nevertheless, The “live” performance and sincere spontaneity of the two young people touched the Internet users.The number of views of the mentioned video exceeded 10 million times.

After watching this video on the Internet, the famous singer Wang Feng managed to convince his concert organizer the next day that it was necessary to take the Xuzhi Yangguang group to Shanghai and make these guys participants in his personal concert. This is how the dreams of Liu Gang and Wang Xu came true! Moreover, these dreams were destined to come true at the huge Shanghai stadium.

Today, having become famous singers, Wang Xu and Liu Gang often receive calls from various media asking for interviews.The life of the guys went completely different, quite vain. As for their plans for the future, the guys are clear: “We are, after all, guest workers and do not flatter ourselves. We do not set ourselves the goal of becoming widely famous. In two or three days I will be back at work and you will see that the calluses on my fingers have almost disappeared, ”says guitarist Wang Xu.

90,000 60 years on the roads of youth

In 2009, the Chinese people will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the PRC.

Since then, there have been tremendous changes in Chinese society.Young! people, becoming carriers of the new, pioneers of new cultural phenomena, determined the course of social development of society.

As history has shown, if young people are wise, then the country is wise, if young people are strong, then the country is powerful. In the name of the Motherland and the nation, several generations of Chinese youth have given their youth and wisdom. At the time, they were unaware of China’s current prosperity, but they hoped and believed that the Chinese people would steadily move forward.

For 60 years of the new China’s existence, generation after generation, young people have cherished the dream, did everything in their power for the prosperity of the Motherland.It doesn’t matter in what ways, however, they created the future. The Chinese youth sincerely devoted their youth and love to Rodina, having a common destiny, a common history with her.

After a time of testing, we see that the Chinese youth has found a new face. Through the prism of changes over time, we see a constantly developing, prosperous and dynamic China, we feel the powerful pulse of a great country!

Give youth to the Motherland

1949 – 2009, 60 years since the founding of the People’s Republic of China.60 years of transformation is the work of ordinary and at the same time great people. Perhaps the heroes we chose then are today very far from the present era, but their deeds and spirit live in the hearts of the sons and daughters of China, continue to contribute to the development of the country. They are a manifestation of the spirit of the Chinese youth. Over the 60 years of the new China’s existence, we have seen tremendous changes in social life, ideology and culture.

50s of the XX century

Key words of the time: Give all your strength to the cause of building the state

Idol: Wang Jinxi

In 1950, Wang Jinxi became an oil driller of the first generation of China’s nefyanniki.In difficult conditions, in the absence of mechanisms and special tools, Wang Jinxi, together with his team, delivered drilling equipment to the mining sites and installed it. There was only one method then – “to drag on yourself, to carry on your shoulders.” To ensure the water supply to the drilling rig, they carried water in basins and buckets.

Once, even without taking into account the injuries on his legs, he sank into a vat and stirred concrete with his body, which was urgently needed to curb the gushing oil gushing from the well. For his heroic work, he was nicknamed “The Iron Man” and was considered a model of attitude towards state-building in a new era.

60s of XX century

Key words of the time: Spirit of Lei Feng.

Idol: Lei Feng

Soldier Lei Feng, who died in an accident while rescuing his fellow fighters at the age of 21, was the idol of the youth of the 60s. In addition, his image has deeply influenced the Chinese people of several generations as an example of self-sacrifice for the sake of others, total dedication. For him, helping others was a personal joy, and he considered the state interests to be the highest.For this he was named “Chairman Mao’s Good Fighter.” He knew perfectly well whom to love and whom to hate, stood firm on his principles, took care of the general, forgetting the personal, was selfless and modest and put the interests of the team and society above his personal ones. It can be said that Lei Feng’s spirit was the moral standard of youth in the 1960s.

70s of the XX century

Key words of the time: The search for scientific knowledge, the attack on science

Idol: Chen Jingrun

In 1742, the German mathematician Christian Goldbach put forward a statement called the Goldbach problem and which required proof.More than 200 years later, the Chinese mathematician Chen Jingrun was the first in the world to prove this statement. Seeing the example of a young mathematician, many young people of the 70s of the last century decided to devote their lives to serving science. Chen Jingrun’s persistent and rigorous approach to science allowed the Chinese to feel even more deeply the value and beauty of science, and “Walking into Science” became the most inspiring slogan of the time.

80s of XX century

Key words of the time: Reform and openness

Idol: Deng Lijun

There is such an opinion: “Everywhere where the Chinese live, there are those who can sing songs of the singer Deng Lijun.”In the 80s of the last century, with the beginning of the policy of reform and opening up in China, the cultural, especially musical, spheres also became unusually open. Singer Deng Lijun’s songs were typical symbols of cultural openness. For Chinese youth who had previously only heard revolutionary or folk songs, Deng Lijun’s lyrics were a fresh revelation. Her songs, where tender and heartfelt feelings are mixed, touched the Chinese youth of that time and became an unforgettable memory of youth for many people.

90s of the XX century

Key words of the time: Time of stubborn struggle

Idol: Dan Yanining

Dan Yaping is the most legendary athlete in the world history of table tennis. She was the world champion and four-time Olympic champion 18 times, and for 8 years in a row she took first place in the world ranking of table tennis masters. After completing her sports career, she studied hard and earned her Master’s degree in English from Tsinghua University, her Master’s degree in Literature from the University of Nottingham and her Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge.From the all-conquering athlete with the golden models to the assertive student, from the IOC Athletes Committee member to the image spokesperson for the 2008 Beijing Olympics campaign. Deng Yaping became a model of stubborn struggle for the youth of the 90s of the last century.

XXⅠ century – the era of openness and many idols

Hero-cosmonaut Yang Liwei

Cosmonaut Yang Liwei fulfilled the thousand-year dream of the Chinese about flying into the sky and became the first Chinese to fly into space.

Basketball star Yao Ming

World famous basketball player Yao Ming has done wonders for his high level of basketball prowess many times when playing for the NBA Houston Rockets. He is one of the best basketball players in China. He has made many people’s dreams of an all-powerful Chinese sport a reality that the Chinese people are proud of.

Jiang Xiaonjuan, a policeman mother in the Wenchuan earthquake-affected area

In 2008, after the Wenchuan earthquake, Jiang Xiaojuan, leaving her baby, who also needs her mother’s love, went to disaster relief for her parents …She voluntarily fed the orphaned children with milk, for which she was called “police mom”. Great motherly love helped Jiang Xiaojuan become an idol for many people.

Support of China

Following in the footsteps of predecessors, in step with the economic development of China, social and cultural progress, making society the main channel of its existence, feeling responsibility for the fate of the country and society in the process of globalization, modern youth is in a new the starting point of the current era.Time does not stand still; certain changes have also taken place in the ideology and behavior of the new generation of young people. These changes are not hard to predict. Young people, like our predecessors, will become China’s solid pillars!

Responsibility of new citizens

In the 1980s, as the policy of planned childbearing was implemented in China, only sons and daughters gradually became the nucleus of Chinese families. As the “only seed” in the family, each of them feels the tremendous care of two generations: parents, grandfather and grandmother.They were jokingly called “little emperors”. More than 20 years later, the former “little emperors” have grown into young people of a new generation, presenting one surprise after another. In their peculiar actions, we see the spirit inherent in Chinese civilization. The year 2008 just passed has been named the first year of Chinese volunteers. “Volunteer” means a person who, on his own initiative, takes on any responsibilities and missions on his own initiative. In the fight against the aftermath of the earthquake and at the services of the Olympic Games, as well as in public events, young people clearly showed the very essence and role of the volunteer movement.Their activities demonstrate a sense of responsibility, dedication, sincerity, patriotism, which, probably, were unfairly underestimated before. Through the Internet and within the framework of continuously developing people’s diplomacy, they communicate in a peculiar way, talk about political processes and social reforms, and actively participate in them.

Young patriots

Chinese youth of the new generation are growing on the wave of globalization, and now they can already feel confident enough in a new way.Young people know that their growth is closely linked to the fate of their homeland – China. Supporting domestic goods means remembering the difficult past of the Motherland, moreover, it also means spiritual recognition and consent to the national culture and national products. Now there are many articles on the Internet that recall the collective life of educated youth who left for mountainous and rural areas. This can be considered an inspiring example and a way of educating the youth of our time. And outside the Internet, support for domestic goods, recognition and agreement with the national culture are already noticeable in the works of young designers, publishers, musicians and artists, as well as in everyday life.Chinese style and Chinese flavor are without a doubt the fashion that our new youth are most proud of.

A new way of life

Moderation has become a new landmark in the life of young people. Faced with the threat of environmental pollution, food toxicity, and the financial crisis, today’s Chinese youth are beginning to understand the meaning of the expression “risk society.” Moving from addiction to moderation primarily means caring for and caring for the body in a new way.Healthy eating and the wellness wisdom of Chinese medicine represent a change in attitudes towards life values ​​in general.

The Bird’s Nest Generation

The collective image of the new generation of Chinese youth emerged at the Beijing Olympics. Prior to this, the public of the country expressed its certain concern about the sense of responsibility of young people of the present generation, since it was believed that they had little love for others, that they were jugglers, unreliable in business and only think about personal gain.However, the Beijing Olympics gave people the opportunity to see that young people have already become adults, that they have a pronounced sense of honor before the state and are able to interact in a team. Overcoming any difficulties, they studied and mastered various knowledge needed by the Olympic volunteers, in particular, and protocol work.

Due to the fact that the growing up of this young generation took place simultaneously with the construction of Olympic facilities, the symbol of which was the main stadium “Bird’s Nest” (“Nyaochao”), the youth was named the “Generation of the” Bird’s Nest “.Literally the day after the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics, a South Korean newspaper published this expression. “The Bird’s Nest Generation” are Chinese young people who have graduated and have strong patriotic feelings. These young people grew up after the start of a policy of reform and openness, and in order to volunteer, many of them began to diligently learn foreign languages ​​and office work. At the Beijing Olympics, the young volunteers’ smiles were captured by the foreign media, making them the leading social group in the future for modernization in China, and the phrase “Bird’s Nest Generation” spread rapidly on the Internet.

We hope that young people of this generation can grow well in the process of cultivating their spirits and spreading their ideas manifested at the Beijing Olympics and in all spheres of social life. For the young of this generation, the responsibility is great and the path is long.

Volunteers

The Beijing Olympics were served by a total of 1 million 700 thousand volunteers, in particular, the opening ceremony, receiving foreign guests, assistance in determining the route for participants in the Olympic Games.Foreign media representatives find it difficult to imagine that it would be possible to recruit volunteers in such a large number and with such high qualities in their countries. Such a situation and such a place is probably only in China.

Among Chinese young people, it was a matter of great pride to become a volunteer in 2008. For this, some even quit their official jobs and volunteered specifically. Providing help to people, they want to have a different youth.Many of them work modestly, no one sees them, does not know and does not remember their names, no one paid attention to their life during this period, from them support groups were chosen at the opening ceremony and those volunteers who performed in hot weather.

The earthquake in the Wenchuan District shortly before the Olympics has forced many Chinese young people to rethink the value and meaning of life. How, in the end, should you plan your life? Which way should you go? Such questions, which appeared to their fathers earlier, again confront young people.They live in an era of abundance of rich information, skillfully know how to use the Internet. We can say that they practically grew up on e-books. The activities of the volunteers helped them develop themselves and create an image of a young generation who willingly helps others, full of energy and inspiration.

Optimism

The global financial storm led to economic depression and the emergence of a large number of thrifty people. Everyone shares economical ways of living with each other, seeking joy in sorrow.

Recently in Shanghai, several white-collar workers who have lost their jobs have created an anti-crisis website, where they should connect all the unrepentant unemployed and work together to direct their efforts to overcome the current crisis. Moreover, they confirmed that the site will be closed on the day when the Shanghai Stock Exchange index again reaches 6,000 points. The headings of the site are also very original: “Opening Sources”, “Crossing the Current”, “Reducing Pressure” and “Society”. All users who were the first to publish their article on this site were called “unemployed”, then they can gradually be promoted to “developers”.

The heading “Discovery of sources” means the search for ways to earn money. Let’s say job search or advanced training courses. And under the heading “Crossing the Current,” people can share the secrets of saving money with each other. For example, one of the friends-users of the site offers a “daily abandonment of one thing,” that is, before paying for a purchase in a supermarket, you need to make a secondary choice and leave some thing that is not yet needed. When the economy is depressed, you need to know what you need to do and what you can do.For example, if you have some useful information, and especially if you know where the vacancy has opened, you should inform the stakeholders about it without seeking to get paid from them. By listening to your friends’ conversations, you can give them your advice and help them reduce the pressure … In short, you can imagine and implement all kinds of economical ways of being that are only admirable and do not harm your image. It seems as if “depression” has also become some kind of fashion.

China is in our hearts

In 60 years of the existence of the new China, great events have passed in a flash.
60 years ago, Chinese youth fought for national liberation, and a new country rose from ruins. 60 years later, young people are fighting for the rise of the country, and as a result – the flight of the Shenzhou-7 spacecraft, the success of the Beijing Olympics and a number of other achievements that have received worldwide recognition.

From generation to generation, Chinese youth have driven China’s development forward with enthusiasm and dedication.

Time goes forward. It’s already 2009. The heads of the enthusiastic young people of past ages turned white. And China, having gone through periods of poverty and backwardness, has become a great country in 60 years. It doesn’t matter if the past is great or the hope for the future is great – all this is the unchanging patriotism of youth. “China in our hearts” is an idea that is passed on by young people from generation to generation.-o-

90,000 Creativity of the famous Chinese rock singer Wang Feng-russian- 东北网

This is the RTO! Dear radio listeners, the program “In the World of Music” is on the air.In our today’s show, we will introduce you to the work of the famous Chinese rock singer Wang Feng. First, a song called “Heart of the Earth” will sound for you.

Wang Feng was born in 1971 in Beijing, after leaving school at the Central Conservatory of China, he entered the violin department of the Conservatory. But gradually, Wang Feng noticed that he was no longer interested in classical music. Therefore, in 1994 he created a rock group called “Baojiajie Street No. 43”, becoming a vocalist. In 1997, Wang Feng’s rock group released their first album, “Birdie.”Now listen to one of the most popular hits from this album, “Good Night, Beijing.”

Starting in 1999, Wang Feng disbanded the group, pursuing a solo career. In 2000 and 2002, the singer released albums entitled “Spark” and “Love is a Bullet of Happiness”, which were very much liked by Chinese rock music lovers. Due to his popularity, Wang Feng also became one of the kings of rock music in mainland China. Dear friends, now listen to the song “Love is a bullet of happiness.”

Dear friends, further in our program you will hear Wang Feng’s song, which was released in 2011.The song is called “Live”. The song contains the following words: “It seems that everyone is moving forward, but this is running in place; everyone lives, but this life is like in a dream. Who knows where we are going? Who knows what happened to our lives? Do you need a reason to drag out an empty life, or is it better to soar in a daring flight to heaven. How should one live? … “

Dear friends, at the end of our program you will hear another golden hit performed by the singer Wang Feng. The song is called “Light”. The song says: “Maybe, having lost my way, I will give up and will not be able to go further, but I am sure that the future will carry me away on the wings of a dream.Failures broke me down, but I’m sure there will be light at the end of the tunnel … “

Dear radio listeners, we introduced you to the musical creativity of the famous Chinese singer Wang Feng. This concludes our today’s program “In the world of music”. If you liked the songs in our program, visit our website: www.crirussian.ru, where you can listen to them again. Thank you for your attention, stay with us!

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90,000 Popular Chinese singer.Listening to lalasweet on Yandex.Music

In our country, nothing is known about the music industry in China. Many will even be surprised that they have their own popular performers. We invite you to get acquainted with the most popular performers of the Chinese stage in order to be sure that there is music in China!

Wang Fei

Singer Wang Fei (Faye Wong) is one of the most popular female singers in China. She was born in Beijing, but only started her singing career after moving to Hong Kong.Most of Wang Fei’s songs are sung in Mandarin, the “common Chinese” dialect. Initially, the girl sang in the pop style, but later began to experiment with different styles. Despite the fact that Wang Fei has almost no songs in English, she is popular not only in China, but throughout Asia, as well as in the West. Wang Fei also starred in several Chinese films.

Sa Ding Ding

Sa Dingding (real name Zhou Peng), a Chinese singer with Mongolian roots, is a folk singer and songwriter.The girl received her musical education at the Academy of Arts in Beijing at the insistence of her parents. Sa Ding Ding is a unique performer in China. She sings songs not only in Chinese, but also in Tibetan, Sanskrit, and also in the dead language of Laguu. Moreover, her third studio album includes songs in the language invented by the girl herself.

Xu Wei

Chinese rock musician Xu Wei first took the guitar at the age of 16 in 1984. After 2 years, he won the first song contest in China with a guitar.While serving in the army, Xu Wei composed songs, recorded them, and sometimes acted as a producer. In the early 90s of the last century, Xu Wei created his first group, Fly. In China, the artist is known for his unique performance style. The singer still performs songs and is a famous performer in China.

Zhang Lianying

Chinese singer Zhang Lianying (better known as Jane Zhang) became famous in 2005 after participating in the Super Girl competition. Due to the manner of her performance, the girl is often compared to Western singers, for example, Christina Aguilera.The girl has a unique voice, her songs often resemble the singing of dolphins. Thanks to this feature of the voice in China, the girl is called “Princess Dolphin”.

You can hear the songs of these performers on the Internet, but, as they say: it’s better to see once than hear a hundred times!

Popular Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber sparked outrage among his Chinese fans by taking a photo in front of the Japanese Yasukuni Shrine, which is considered the epitome of Japanese militarism in China.

Justin posted a photo with the temple in the background on his Twitter, where he has about 51 million subscribers. After that, he immediately received many negative reviews. The singer was forced to remove this photo and apologize to his fans. According to the singer, the photo was taken by accident, he just wanted to be photographed against the background of some Japanese temple, and it so happened that this temple turned out to be the Yasukuni temple. Justin Bieber said that he loves his Chinese fans and didn’t want to offend them.
Bieber is one of the most popular singers in the world of pop music, and Asian performers are far behind in popularity. However, the Chinese music scene has its own stars, although not as popular as American and European, but still enjoying great popularity and fame among their Chinese fans. Below are the five most popular Chinese artists.

1. Zhang Minmin.

The popularity of this performer was brought about by the magnificent composition “My Chinese Heart”, which the singer performed in 1984 at a gala concert on the occasion of the Spring Festival.This song has become popular with all Chinese people around the world. Another hit of the artist was the song “Chinese Youth, Chinese Heart”, which Zhang Minmin wrote on the occasion of the start of the Asian Games in 1992. In 2005, he composed a patriotic song called “All Chinese People Have Common Roots,” which speaks of the unity of the Chinese people. In terms of popularity, Zhang Minmin could not compete with Western stars, but we can say that he became one of the founders of modern Chinese pop music.

2. Cui Jian.

This performer is rightfully considered the most honored Chinese rocker. And his biggest hit is the song “I Have Nothing” – which became the protest anthem in China in the 80s. The musician has Korean roots, but grew up in Beijing in a family of professional artists. He began his music lessons with playing the trumpet and in 1981 began working for the Beijing Philharmonic Orchestra. The musician began his rock career in 1986 with the performance of the song “I Have Nothing”, which was the moment of the birth of Chinese rock.After the brutal suppression of student protests in Tiananmen Square, the musician’s work was banned, and he was forced to leave for the province. The sanctions were lifted in the early 90s and the musician returned to Beijing. Soon he tried to organize a concert tour in the Middle Kingdom, but that was soon canceled for the performance of political songs. The musician was forced to perform in the west, where he gained some popularity. In 2004 he opened for Deep Purple concerts. In China, the ban on Cui Jian’s performances was lifted only in 2005, after which he organized a big rock concert at the Beijing Stadium.Today the musician is a living icon of Chinese rock music.

3. Zhou Huajian.

The singer was born in 1960, studied at the University of Taiwan in the 70s. In his free time, he enjoyed performing in restaurants and bars, where he gained musical experience. In 1984 he began collaborating with the Taiwanese music label Rock Records. The singer earned his popularity in China by recording the song “Both fun and sad” in 1991. Over the thirty years of his career as a professional musician, Zhou has recorded thirty full-length albums.

4. On In.

This singer is called the “evergreen tree” of Chinese pop music. The singer was born in 1967 in Shenyang. She became a professional singer at the age of 16, joining the local song and dance ensemble. Na In began her solo singing career at the age of 21, when she took the 3rd place in the All-China vocal competition “Voices of the Sun”. After the competition, the famous Chinese singer and composer Gu Jiangfen took her under her wing. The heyday of the performer’s creativity fell on the period from 1998 to 2002, when the singer released 5 albums, which gained immense popularity among fans of popular music.In 2001, Na In won the title of “Best Female Singer” at the Taiwan Music Festival. After that, the singer actively participated in social life and did not record new albums. She recorded her next album only in 2011.

5. Zhang Xuei.

This popular Chinese performer was born in 1961 in Xianggang. He began his musical career by winning first place in a local amateur performer competition. The artist released his debut album in 1986.The album sold 300,000 copies. The most popular work of the musician was the album “Goodbye kiss”, released in 1993. After that he received the title of “God of Songs”. The hit “Let Me Into Your Heart” became a sensation in Taiwan, where 1.36 million CDs of the song were sold. More than 4 million discs have been sold worldwide. In 2003 he started composing music. In 2008, Zhang Xueyi participated in the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games with his new song.

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1.Zhang Minmin.

2. Cui Jian.

3. Zhou Huajian.

The singer was born in 1960, studied at the University of Taiwan in the 70s. In his free time, he enjoyed performing in restaurants and bars, where he gained musical experience. In 1984 he began collaborating with the Taiwanese music label Rock Records. The singer earned his popularity in China by recording the song “Both fun and sad” in 1991.Over the thirty years of his career as a professional musician, Zhou has recorded thirty full-length albums.

4. On In.

5. Zhang Xuei.

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5 most popular artists in China

Popular Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber sparked outrage among his Chinese fans by taking a photo in front of the Japanese Yasukuni Shrine, which is considered the epitome of Japanese militarism in China.

Justin posted a photo with the temple in the background on his Twitter, where he has about 51 million subscribers.After that, he immediately received many negative reviews. The singer was forced to remove this photo and apologize to his fans. According to the singer, the photo was taken by accident, he just wanted to be photographed against the background of some Japanese temple, and it so happened that this temple turned out to be the Yasukuni temple. Justin Bieber said that he loves his Chinese fans and didn’t want to offend them.
Bieber is one of the most popular singers in the world of pop music, and Asian performers are far behind in popularity.However, the Chinese music scene has its own stars, although not as popular as American and European, but still enjoying great popularity and fame among their Chinese fans. Below are the five most popular Chinese artists.

The popularity of this performer was brought about by the magnificent composition “My Chinese Heart”, which the singer performed in 1984 at a gala concert on the occasion of the Spring Festival. This song has become popular with all Chinese people around the world.Another hit of the artist was the song “Chinese Youth, Chinese Heart”, which Zhang Minmin wrote on the occasion of the start of the Asian Games in 1992. In 2005, he composed a patriotic song called “All Chinese People Have Common Roots,” which speaks of the unity of the Chinese people. In terms of popularity, Zhang Minmin could not compete with Western stars, but we can say that he became one of the founders of modern Chinese pop music.

This performer is rightfully considered the most honored Chinese rocker.And his biggest hit is the song “I Have Nothing” – which became the protest anthem in China in the 80s. The musician has Korean roots, but grew up in Beijing in a family of professional artists. He began his music lessons with playing the trumpet and in 1981 began working for the Beijing Philharmonic Orchestra. The musician began his rock career in 1986 with the performance of the song “I Have Nothing”, which was the moment of the birth of Chinese rock. After the brutal suppression of student protests in Tiananmen Square, the musician’s work was banned, and he was forced to leave for the province.The sanctions were lifted in the early 90s and the musician returned to Beijing. Soon he tried to organize a concert tour in the Middle Kingdom, but that was soon canceled for the performance of political songs. The musician was forced to perform in the west, where he gained some popularity. In 2004 he opened for Deep Purple concerts. In China, the ban on Cui Jian’s performances was lifted only in 2005, after which he organized a big rock concert at the Beijing Stadium. Today the musician is a living icon of Chinese rock music.

The singer was born in 1960, studied at the University of Taiwan in the 70s. In his free time, he enjoyed performing in restaurants and bars, where he gained musical experience. In 1984 he began collaborating with the Taiwanese music label Rock Records. The singer earned his popularity in China by recording the song “Both fun and sad” in 1991. Over the thirty years of his career as a professional musician, Zhou has recorded thirty full-length albums.

This singer is called the “evergreen tree” of Chinese pop music.The singer was born in 1967 in Shenyang. She became a professional singer at the age of 16, joining the local song and dance ensemble. Na In began her solo singing career at the age of 21, when she took the 3rd place in the All-China vocal competition “Voices of the Sun”. After the competition, the famous Chinese singer and composer Gu Jiangfen took her under her wing. The heyday of the performer’s creativity fell on the period from 1998 to 2002, when the singer released 5 albums, which gained immense popularity among fans of popular music.In 2001, Na In won the title of “Best Female Singer” at the Taiwan Music Festival. After that, the singer actively participated in social life and did not record new albums. She recorded her next album only in the 1st year.

This popular Chinese performer was born in 1961 in Xianggang. He began his musical career by winning first place in a local amateur performer competition. The artist released his debut album in 1986. The album sold 300,000 copies.copies. The most popular work of the musician was the album “Goodbye kiss”, released in 1993. After that he received the title of “God of Songs”. The hit “Let Me Into Your Heart” became a sensation in Taiwan, where 1.36 million CDs of the song were sold. More than 4 million discs have been sold worldwide. In 2003 he started composing music. In 2008, Zhang Xueyi participated in the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games with his new song.

about the group’s adventures in Japan and offended fans

“Lena and Yulia loved to tell in interviews that Vanya Shapovalov had such a conviction: the Japanese are crazy about porn films with, let’s say, extremely young-looking actresses.And this allegedly also played a role in the crazy success of the group, which at one time sold more albums in Japan than Madonna and The Beatles. To me, the Japanese, as well as the Koreans and the Chinese, seemed very innocent, at least during our promotional trips and Asian concerts. However, that fatal Japanese promotional tour, after which Tatu lost the Japanese market, happened precisely because no one knew the culture and traditions. The girls (then still quite girls) left at the direction of Vanya from the live broadcast of the most popular talk show, and the Japanese were terribly offended.Well, it is not customary for them. Moreover, they were offended not at the level of people from this talk show or the host of this show, but directly the entire Japanese fan base considered such an act disrespectful, although in the morning the police blocked the streets of Tokyo so that the group could leave the hotel. And from the next day, for a long time, the fans practically refused to buy Tatu discs. Universal’s managers were shocked. So when we came to Japan in 2005 to promote our second album, “Dangerous and Moving”, everyone had one mantra: “We must win back the love of Japan.”It seems to me that on that trip we all became a little Japanese, polite, punctual – don’t find fault! I even learned how to give and take a business card in Japanese – holding it out with both hands with a slight bow of my head. In general, the Japanese fans of Tatu are wonderful! For the sake of fairness, I must say that I saw erotic fan-manga with tattoos. But at concerts, the Japanese are not always emotional. They can just stand and listen, without any dancing or just any movements and gestures. It seems to me that it is not easy for an artist to perform in front of such an outwardly restrained audience. “

Pop musician Alexei Goman

about Asian fans, his manga portraits and the love of Chinese people for Russian patriotic anthems

“I myself have never been to China, and the love of the Chinese for my songs, to be honest, surprises me. But it is. Chinese fans often write to me on Facebook and on the forum – they somehow translate and send their messages through a google translator. On Twitter, under my photos and posts, there is often a lot of correspondence in hieroglyphs. Several more times my manga portraits were sent.And somehow I found a very funny video on YouTube – Vitas’s performance and mine were edited as if we were singing together, although we never sang on the same stage. But Vitas is very popular in China – and apparently they like me too, that’s why they put us together like that. There are many videos with my performances and subtitles in Chinese. I, of course, loved films about kung fu as a child, but I was not particularly interested in Asian culture. It’s funny that they like me so much, but I mostly sing patriotic songs about Russia. Maybe the fact is that such Soviet retro music reminds them of their common communist past. “

Producer Alexander Rodnyansky

about the distribution of the film “Stalingrad” in China, censorship and tastes of Chinese viewers

Animation director Mikhail Aldashin

about working on the sequel to “Cheburashka” with the Japanese

” Continuation Japanese director Makoto Nakamura filmed with Korean animators. And we were responsible for the entire creative part – script, animatic, music, recording of actors. For several years we worked by correspondence, the Japanese team came to Moscow, and we went to Korea to the studio.It was so comfortable to work with them, as it rarely happens with anyone. The Japanese are incredibly meticulous and attentive to detail. If you have been to Japan, you probably noticed that there is literally not a centimeter of unkempt land there. There are not even trash cans anywhere, but it is clean, no one throws garbage. The only thing that slowed our work was Japanese politeness. At first they wrote me very long letters, in which at first there was a page with careful and polite explanations, and then a request to change something.Then I asked them to write to me easier, immediately on the case, in order to speed up the work. They agreed, and everything went faster. The Japanese colleagues were extremely attentive to me. They brought me all sorts of elegant touching gizmos, including those decorated with a Cheburashka. Recently I was passing through Japan – I was immediately taken to dinner in a chic restaurant in a skyscraper. If I were a girl, I would think that they were courting me – they were so nice. At their request, I made sure that everything was in the spirit of Kachanov. The cartoon takes place in an old provincial town, which has a zoo and a visiting circus.We drew a lake – it turned out to be a very cozy town, in which I myself would not mind living a little. The animation was puppet, as in Kachanov’s films – it was important for the Japanese that the cartoon turned out the same as if it had been filmed at the same time, in Soviet times. Sometimes it was necessary to correct them a little, to explain what we cannot have in any way. For example, initially there was a scene in the script in which the director of the circus invites a girl to a restaurant. And then he gets married altogether. In Japan, the age of consent is 13 years old; upon reaching it, a girl can voluntarily engage in sex, and no one will get anything for it.But, of course, in the film “in the spirit of Kachanov” such a story could not be, and we excommunicated the director from the girl, and Gena and Cheburashka are friends with her completely innocently. ”

Producer of the artist Vitas Sergey Pudovkin

about success in China and the fact that you shouldn’t focus so much on it

“There is probably no exact answer why Vitas is so popular in China (in the official Chinese fan club of the singer consists of a million people, and in one of the Shanghai parks there is even a statue of him.- Approx. ed.
) – just, as always, the combination of his voice and bright appearance worked. The breakthrough happened in 2007 – there were many television projects and the first big concerts, since then a convincing presence in the PRC began, and the first album was released, which became platinum in 10 days – this is not an ordinary event even for China. There are, in principle, few foreign performers, and Vitas was lucky in this regard, in such a classical pop genre he has practically no competition.

However, I never got attached to any region, I didn’t think in these categories – everyone just learned about Chinese success, and it seemed so exotic, that’s why they began to write and talk about it so much.But there are also frenetic concerts in Japan, and in Korea, just the Chinese market is the largest, most massive and active.

The main thing here is not to adjust and not to lose your face. Quite quickly, Vitas appeared several Chinese songs, in 2008, but there are not many of them – only five, and they are not always performed at solo concerts; the basis is always his own songs, which he performs as an author and composer. This is the most correct way for an artist – the basis of the repertoire should be the artist’s own face, although we have songs in both Japanese and Korean.Of course, the East is an extremely important, interesting and promising market, but it is better to be in the East, in the West, and at home – the world has long been without borders in this sense.

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