Sammi Cheng Sau-man (Chinese: 鄭秀文; born 19 August 1972) is a Hong Kong singer and actress. She is one of the most prominent female singers in Hong Kong, with album sales of over 30 million copies throughout the Asia-pacific. Most notably in the 1990s, she was dubbed by the media as the "Cantopop Queen" and diva (Chinese: 天后; literally: "Heavenly Queen"). Having success in over 25 years in entertainment industry, Cheng has also been regarded as one of the most popular Hong Kong artists known in Asia Pacific.
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Wong Cho-lam 空降高校，走心分享音乐剧创作之路一提到音乐剧，让人联想到的就是国外经久不衰的百老汇，其实国内音乐剧也发展迅猛。不仅有优秀的原创音乐剧屡次展现在舞台上，更有许多热爱音乐剧的创作者持续推动着中国音乐剧的发展。全能艺人 Wong Cho-lam 就是其中一份子，为了让更多观众领略音乐剧的魅力， Wong Cho-lam 不仅尝试将音乐剧以电影的载体呈现，更关心着音乐剧在年轻人群中的传播。近日， Wong Cho-lam 受邀在广州工商学院分享音乐剧电影创作。面对同学们的犀利连环问，祖蓝不改鬼马本色机智应对，还走心分享了音乐剧电影《你咪理，我爱你！》的创作过程。 Wong Cho-lam 畅谈了他对音乐剧电影创作的经验和想法。在分享会现场上，同学们积极提问 Wong Cho-lam 有关音乐剧和新电影的
David Tao's 10 Years of Lion City's Re-enactment Returns to Singapore Fans Following the 1.2.3 We're all Wood World Tour concerts, David Tao again took to the Singapore Indoor Stadium to sing with a fresh, cool new hairstyle. Audience with Runaway! Then came the songs of “Tom Brooke,” “Bat,” “Susan,” and “The Heart Who the Moon Represents” to the audience: “The moon represents the heart that I love you... It has been a long time since I came to Singapore. After singing, it was a bit worried about the box office...” The audience immediately returned with great cheers and screams, letting David Tao happy smile: “Thank you Singapore, I can't just be your ordinary friend!” Up to 2 Hours of Zero-distance concert, David Tao brings classic hit songs such as “10:30 in the Airfield”, “Find Your Own”, “Love is Easy” and so on.
In July of this year, Oho Ou is to be permanently housed in theaters. The participating members of “Green Wo Men's High”, “WuKong”, and “The Founding of An Army” are all released in July. Intimate girlfriend Ma Sichun also immediately microblogging for Oho Ou boost: “July is Oho Ou.”