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Eason Chan Rules TVB Music Awards
    2007-12-17 21:04:37     CRIENGLISH.com

Hong Kong pop singer Eason Chan (C) accepts awards at the annual TVB Mandarin Music-On-Demand (MOD) Best 10 Awards in Hong Kong on Sunday, December 16, 2007. [Photo: Tungstar/ent.sina.com.cn]

Local singer Eason Chan was the biggest winner on Sunday night at the Mandarin Music-On-Demand (MOD) Best 10 Awards ceremony held by Hong Kong's TVB station.

Chan's song "Tao Tai" (Elimination) won Best Producing, Best Songwriting and was one of the Best 10 Golden Melodies. Another of his hits, "Under Mount Fuji," was named the Globally-Loved Cantonese Song. Chan himself was also voted as the Most Popular Male Singer.

Taiwan singer Angela Zhang was the Most Popular Female Singer.

As one of Hong Kong's most important occasions music-wise, the awards also honored new artistes from the mainland, including Zhang Liangying and Shang Wenjie, both of who rose to fame from the Super Girl singing competition.

Zhang Liangying's "Damned Love" was among the Golden Melodies, while Shang Wenjie was named Best Newcomer.

There to share the 32 awards were also Wilber Pan, Twins, Joey Yung and Gary Cao.

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