Changrong Shang, actor of Shanghai Peking Opera Theatre, the first Chinese Plum Blossom Award recipient, and the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage inheritors. He has won the Shanghai Yu Bailan Lantern Performing Arts Leading Performance Award and the Chinese Drama Festival Excellent Performance Award, the China Peking Opera Arts Festival Excellent Performance Award, the Chinese Arts Festival Excellent Performance Award and the Ministry of Culture “Mandarin Performance Award”. Formerly known as Shang Shuxin. Born in Beijing in 1940, he was born in Nangong County, Xingtai City, Hebei Province. He is the third son of Shang Xiaoyun, one of the four famous names of the world's most famous net angle artists. Created a shelf of copper sings, copper hammer face play art model. He once served as chairman of the Chinese Dramatists Association and twice won the National May 1st Labor Medal, a Shanghai model worker and a national advanced worker. On June 18, 2017, he was awarded the honorary title of Lifelong Dramatist of China Federation of Culture and Arts. Chairman of Shanghai Dramatists Association, Professor of Chinese Traditional Opera Academy, Professor of Shanghai Theatre Academy, Art Director of Shanghai Peking Opera Theatre, Honorary Chairman of Shanghai Dramatists Association. In December 2016, he was elected as the tenth honorary committee member of China Wenxue Guo Art Circle Federation. In June 2017, he won the honor of China Literature Federation Lifetime Achievement Dramatist.