Cannes Winner "Shanghai Dreams" to Screen...Beijing Fans Weep at Beyond's Goodbye Concert...Dark Horse Best at Taiwan Golden Hits Awards...Zhang Yimou's "Turandot" Hits Paris...Faye Wong to Quit Singing
Cannes winner Wang Xiaoshuai's "Shanghai Dreams" will be screened across China startig June 5th. With its recent success at the Cannes Film Festival, "Shanghai Dreams" is expected to be hugely popular at the box office.
Hong Kong's romantic-metal all stars Beyond kicked off the first leg of their China tour in Beijing on Friday night at the Capital Gymnasium. The concert was a way for the band to say goodbye to their fans after 20 years in the music business.
The annual Taiwan Golden Hits Awards opened Saturday night, offering its audience an unexpected winners' list. Widely-acclaimed singers Jay Chow and Leehom Wong didn't manage to pocket any awards during the evening, which surprised rather than disappointed their fans. The coveted Best Album award went to a dark horse candidate, female singer Chen Shanni's "Later, We've all Cried". Singaporean singer Stephanie Sun and Taiwan singer Stanley Huang took home Best Female Singer and Best Male Singer respectively.
When Grapes Ripe Canto singing king Chen Yi-xun, Eason has been rather quiet for a while, and he now returns with more power-packed songs after joining another music label this year! His new release U87 is to thank all fans for their unfailing support.
World Carnival Internationally famous "mobile amusement park" World Carnival opens in Beijing.
Seven Swords HK Director Tsui Hark's martial-arts film "Seven Swords" will hit the big screens.
Super Girl Show "Mongolian Cow Sour Sour Yogurt Super Girl"show has led to controversial discussion.
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