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2006 Music Radio Awards Ceremony Held in Shanghai
    2007-06-30 11:23:37     CRIENGLISH.com

Chinese pop singer Chris Li attended the 2006 Music Radio Awards ceremony on June 29, 2007 at the Shanghai Grand Stage. She was awarded the Most Popular Female Singer in Chinese mainland. [Photo: ent.sina.com.cn]

The 2006 Music Radio China Top Music Chart awards ceremony, the annual round-up of China's music industry, was held on Friday June 29 at the Shanghai Grand Stage.

The event featured a veritable galaxy of stars from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Rebecca Jin (Jin Haixin) and Anson Hu won the mainland Best Female and Male Singer of the year awards, while Jasmine Leung and David Tao claimed the awards for Hong Kong and the Taiwan region.

Chris Li, Zhou Bichang and Jane Zhang, the top three winners of 2005 "Super Girl" contest, competed with each other again for the mainland's Most Popular Female Singer, and the award finally went to Chris Li.

Angela Chang grabbed the Most Popular Female Singer in Hong Kong and the Taiwan region, beating close rivals Jolin Tsai, Elva Siu and Joey Yung.

As for the male singers, the mainland's most popular singer was Aloys Chen (Chen Kun), while his counterpart in Hong Kong and the Taiwan region turned out to be Shin, the lead singer of the hit band, Shin.

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