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Bigbang Win Big at China's QQ Music Awards
   2016-03-24 18:28:12    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Huang Shan

South Korean male group Bigbang take a photo with world-renowned pianist Lang Lang at the back stage of the 2016 QQ Music Awards in Shenzhen on March 23, 2016. [Photo: qq.com]

The 2016 QQ Music Awards wrapped up in Shenzhen, with South Korean male group Bigbang winning big at the ceremony.

Bigbang took home four trophies, including Best Music Video for 'Bang Bang Bang,' Most Popular Overseas Group, and Digital Album Bestseller.

The band leader G-dragon won the Most Influential Male Artist award. He thanked Chinese fans for their long-time support as he received the honor.

"It's mine and Bigbang's first time here at the QQ music awards. And we're proud of receiving so many honors already. I think we are standing here because of all the love from the Chinese fans. And thanks QQ music for having us here. All I want to say is I love you all my Chinese fans."

The collaboration between world-renowned pianist Lang Lang and Bigbang had pushed the ceremony to a climax, as they brought a remake of the band's hit 'Loser' onto the stage.

Popular singer Li Yuchun, another big winner at the night with three trophies in hand, was crowned the Most Influential Female Artist.

Taiwan singer Wang Leehom also won three awards, including Best Mandarin Album and Best Music Producer.

Jane Zhang, JJ Lin, Lu Han and TFBoys were among the attendees of the event.

The winners for this ceremony were chosen through online voting on the QQ Music site, one of the largest Chinese music platforms.

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