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"Moths crossing the river" exposure MV Liang Longpan Pan joins hands to set off the most dazzling northeast wind action star "Moths crossing the river" produced by Xingye Film Co., Ltd. will officially land on the national theater on June 15. The film was directed and starred by Xiaoshenyang for the first time. The story tells the story of the hilarious comedy that Xiaoshenyang and Binlong Pan played as they inherited a huge legacy from the rural youth in the northeast. Recently, the film party released the movie episode "The Village also has a literary man" MV, the Second Hand Rose singer Liang Long and Binlong Pan sings comedy and folk songs with a northeastern region style aria, and turns the thick two people into funny elements perfectly. The most dazzling northeast wind will bring a touch of coolness to the hot summer days. The coolest northeast wind in summer! Liang Long Pan's power interpretation of "humor rock" With the summer approaching, most parts of the country is already unbearable. Following the “Winter in the Northeast”, the film party again released a chilling and refreshing Divine Comedy MV entitled “Artist in the Village,” from the world of rock and comedy.
Ten thousand people gathered for the home "Best of you" to commemorate Wong Ka Kui's concert. It was a perfect ending. On the evening of June 10, 2018, "Wish you a good time" to commemorate Wong Ka Kui's 25th anniversary concert at the Beijing Workers' Stadium. That night, Wong Ka Keung took the Soler band, the killer band, the escape plan, the Second Hand Rose, the quarterback band, and the Tai Chi band. The performing guests performed dozens of Wong Ka Kui's classic songs, and the VCR prepared by each guest also won warm applause from the audience. The hot weather in Beijing in June did not extinguish the enthusiasm of the fans. The concert hall was packed with seats. Tens of thousands of viewers waved light sticks and gathered in a sea of light. The Soler Orchestra kicked off the prelude of the concert. The familiar melody immediately mobilized the enthusiasm of the audience, followed by interpretations of the first classic songs such as ZaiJianLiXiang, This Is Not What I Expected and Remember the Titans. Back to the 80s and 90s concerts