Once an official in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Yang Hengjun is a commentator and novelist...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 29, 2015
As of January 29, the following search terms are blocked on Weibo (not including the “search for...
by Sophia Cao | Jan 7, 2008
Song Zuying, a famous ethnic Miao Chinese singer, held a solo concert at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 12, 2006 in the United States. She received a nomination for the best Classical Crossover Album category at the Grammy Awards. Below are two video clips of the concert from Youtube: […]
by Sophia Cao | Dec 11, 2006
From CRIEnglish via Xinhua News Agency: The reigning queen of Chinese folk music, Song Zuying (ÂÆãÁ•ñËã±), has received a nomination for the best Classical Crossover Album category at the Grammy Awards Song Zuying re-interpreted the best Chinese film music from 1905 to 2005 on her album Bainian LiushengÔºàÁôæÂπ¥ÁïôÂ£∞), released at the end of last year. […]
by Sophia Cao | Oct 14, 2006
From Xinhua News Agency: Chinese folk singer Song Zuying(ÂÆãÁ•ñËã±) is set to hold a solo concert at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in the United States on Thursday night. The concert, “What a Beautiful Jasmine(Â•Ω‰∏ÄÊúµÁæé‰∏ΩÁöÑËåâËéâËä±),” is one of the festivities scheduled for the Chinese Year of Culture in America. “Spice SisterÔºàËæ£Â¶πÂ≠êÔºâ”, […]
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