Chinese dancers

Posted Jul 27, 2010
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  1. Ziyi Zhang
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    Ziyi Zhang

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    Zhang Ziyi (born 9 February 1979), sometimes credited as Ziyi Zhang, is a Chinese actress and model. She is considered one of the Four Dan Actresses of China.


  2. Diana Pang
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    Diana Pang

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    Diana Pang is a Hong Kong dancer and actress, born on 10 November 1972 in Changsha, Hunan.


  3. Victoria Song
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    Victoria Song

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    Song Qian (born February 2, 1987), known as Victoria Song or mononymously as Victoria, is a Chinese singer, dancer and actress active in South Korea and China.


  4. Wenwen Han
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    Wenwen Han

    2,285 views

    Wenwen Han (Chinese: 韓雯雯; pinyin: Hán wénwén; born 24 August 1995 in Xi'an, China) is a Chinese teen actress, violinist, and dancer, as well, she is best known for her role as Meiying in the 2010 film of The Karate Kid, which is a remake of the original 1984 film. Han can speak both English and Mandarin Chinese.


  5. Han Geng
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    Han Geng

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    Han Geng (Chinese: 韩庚; Pinyin: Hán Gēng; Wade-Giles: Han Keng; Hangul: 한경) (born February 9, 1984) is a Chinese Mandopop singer and actor.


  6. Lay (singer)
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    Lay (singer)

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    EXO (ˌɛks ˈ EKS-oh; Korean: 엑소) is a South Korean-Chinese boy band produced by S.M. Entertainment that debuted in 2012. EXO comprises twelve members who are separated into two subgroups, EXO-K and EXO-M. The former releases music in South Korea, while the latter promotes music in mainland China. EXO's name was taken from exoplanet, a term referring to planets outside of the Solar System.


  7. Wallace Chung
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    Wallace Chung

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    Wallace Chung (born 30 November 1974), also known as Chung Hon-leung (鍾漢良), is a Hong Kong actor and recording artist. Chung's debut was in the 1993 Hong Kong TVB biographical television drama The Chord to Victory, portraying Kenny Bee, a member of The Wynners. In 1995, Chung moved to Taiwan to pursue a singing career under the guidance of record producer Samuel Tai, subsequently signing a contract with Music Impact.


  8. Chi YueHan
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    Chi YueHan

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    M.I.C. is a five-member Chinese boy band, which started in 2006 and released a debut EP in October 2010. Since then they won some of the most important Asian Awards in the entertainment business, including the Top Chinese Music Awards, Shanghai Media Group's "ERS Chinese Top Ten 2010" and the Vanguard 2010 Music Event, and released albums in 2011 and 2012.


  9. Liao Zilan
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    Liao Zilan

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    Liao Zilan (Chinese: ; pinyin: Liào Zǐlán; born c. 1970) is an international concert circuit performer on the guzheng (Chinese zither). She has performed at the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall, and has toured Spain, Italy, France, Holland, Finland, United States, and Australia. She also participated at the WOMAD Recording Week in Bath, Somerset.


  10. Jia Ruhan
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    Jia Ruhan

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    Jia Ruhan (贾茹涵) is a Chinese soprano who performs in plays, as well as in opera, musicals, films, and solo recitals. She was born in Shijiazhuang and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.


  11. Zhenyu Qiao
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    Zhenyu Qiao

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    Qiao Zhenyu (born 1 November 1978) is a Chinese actor best known for appearing in various Chinese television series, including: Mulang in Seven Swordsmen (2006); Fang Baoyu in The Spirit of the Sword (2007); Zheng Keshuang in Royal Tramp (2008); and Chen Jialuo / Fuk'anggan in The Book and the Sword (2008). He also had a minor role in the 2010 film Confucius as the titular philosopher's son. He graduated from the Beijing Dance Academy.


  12. Zhao Yongxin
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    Zhao Yongxin

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    M.I.C. is a five-member Chinese boy band, which started in 2006 and released a debut EP in October 2010. Since then they won some of the most important Asian Awards in the entertainment business, including the Top Chinese Music Awards, Shanghai Media Group's "ERS Chinese Top Ten 2010" and the Vanguard 2010 Music Event, and released albums in 2011 and 2012.


  13. Xiao Shunyao
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    Xiao Shunyao

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    M.I.C. is a five-member Chinese boy band, which started in 2006 and released a debut EP in October 2010. Since then they won some of the most important Asian Awards in the entertainment business, including the Top Chinese Music Awards, Shanghai Media Group's "ERS Chinese Top Ten 2010" and the Vanguard 2010 Music Event, and released albums in 2011 and 2012.


  14. Li Cunxin
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    Li Cunxin

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    Li Cunxin (born 26 January 1961) is a Chinese-Australian former ballet dancer and stockbroker. He is currently the artistic director of Queensland Ballet.


  15. Yang Liping
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    Yang Liping

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    Yang Liping (born November 10, 1958) is the director, choreographer and star of a performance art show called "Dynamic Yunnan" that has drawn sellout crowds all over China. She toured Europe and the United States in 2005. Between 2004 and 2008, Yang Liping directed and choreographed a trilogy: "Dynamic Yunnan", "Echoes of Shangri-la" and "Tibetan Myth". In 2004, "Dynamic Yunnan" won five major awards at the National Lotus Awards, including Gold Award for Dance Spectacular, Best Choreography and Best Female Performer. To create the exotic song and dance spectacular "Dynamic Yunnan", Yang spent years travelling to remote villages of the 26 ethnic minority tribes in Yunnan and selected over 60 peasants who had the natural gift of song and dance, from whom she built an archive re-creating this rich feast of sight and sound.


  16. Tan Jianci
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    Tan Jianci

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    M.I.C. is a five-member Chinese boy band, which started in 2006 and released a debut EP in October 2010. Since then they won some of the most important Asian Awards in the entertainment business, including the Top Chinese Music Awards, Shanghai Media Group's "ERS Chinese Top Ten 2010" and the Vanguard 2010 Music Event, and released albums in 2011 and 2012.


  17. Chungliang Al Huang
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    Chungliang Al Huang

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    Chungliang “Al” Huang is a notable philosopher, dancer, performing artist, and internationally acclaimed Tai Ji master and educator, having received the Republic of China’s most prestigious award in the field of education, the Gold Medal Award, from its Ministry of Education.


  18. Xiao Ran Li
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    Xiao Ran Li

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    Li Xiaoran (born May 8, 1976 in Beijing, China) is a Chinese actress. Apart from her acting career, she is also a dancer, having graduated from Beijing Dance Academy in 1993.


  19. Wang Hao (singer)
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    Wang Hao (singer)

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    M.I.C. is a five-member Chinese boy band, which started in 2006 and released a debut EP in October 2010. Since then they won some of the most important Asian Awards in the entertainment business, including the Top Chinese Music Awards, Shanghai Media Group's "ERS Chinese Top Ten 2010" and the Vanguard 2010 Music Event, and released albums in 2011 and 2012.


  20. Anson Hu
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    Anson Hu

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    Hu Yanbin (born 4 July 1983), formerly known as Anson Hu, is a Chinese pop singer, singer-songwriter, music director, and record producer. In 2012, he changed his English name to Tiger Hu with the release of this Eighth album, One Size Bigger.


  21. Karjam Saeji
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    Karjam Saeji

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    Karjam, or Karsangjamtso, Saeji is a Tibetan singer/songwriter/dancer from the grasslands near Maqu in Gansu Province in China. He performed with the Gannan Tibetan Performance Troupe, from Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture from 1991 and moved to America in 2007. He recorded a CD, Pilgrimage, in 2007 as part of the Lopez Artist Advance Project, on Lopez Island in Washington State. The executive producers of "Pilgrimage" were Lenedra Carroll (formerly manager for Jewel) and Michele and Steve Heller. The producer was Ralf Illenberger.


  22. Sun Rui
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    Sun Rui

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    Sun Rui (Chinese: 孙锐) is a Chinese classical dancer. He was born on November 9, 1984 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. He is now a classical dancer of Beijing Dance Academy Youth Troupe and a performer of Beijing Contemporary Dance Theatre.


  23. Liu Yan (dancer)
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    Liu Yan (dancer)

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    Liu Yan is a classical Chinese dancer. She has performed in many dance dramas and won many dance competitions in and outside China.


  24. Chen Ailian
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    Chen Ailian

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    Chen Ailian (Chinese:陈爱莲; 1939 -) is a Chinese dancer. She was born in Shanghai, and her ancestral home was Panyu, Guangdong. In 1963 she became a major trouper in China Opera and Dance-Drama Theatre. Chen is expert in the skill of dance, and is good at Chinese classical dance and folk dance. She once acted the leading role in the first performance of pantomime Fish-Beauty (《鱼美人》) in 1959. At present Chen served as the vice chairwoman of Chinese Dancers Association.


  25. Tim Wong
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    Tim Wong

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    Tim Wong ??? (born December 9, 1969) is a dancer from Hong Kong. He currently resides in Hong Kong with his girlfriend Mah Lan Zu.


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