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The 7th Music Chart Awards Held
    2007-04-09 03:14:34     CRIENGLISH.com

S.H.E was awarded the Most Popular Female Singer (Hong Kong and Taiwan) in the 7th Music Chart Awards on Sunday April 8, 2007. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]

The 2007 Music Chart Awards ceremony was held in Beijing Exhibition Centre Theater on Friday night, with many big names in music circle attending the event.

Taiwan pop singer, Jay Chou became the biggest winner among the male signers, picking up six awards in total, including the Most Popular Male Signer Award (Hong Kong and Taiwan), the Best Male Singer Award (Hong Kong and Taiwan), the Best Album, the Best Song, the Best Best composer/singer and also the Best Song Written Specifically For A Motion Picture Or For Television with his song "Chrysanthemum Terrace" in Chinese director Zhang Yimou's blockbuster "Curse of the Golden Flower".

Another winner was Super Girls Jane Zhang Liangying who took away two awards, including the Best Female Singer Award (Chinese mainland) and the special award of the year. Another Super Girl winner Li Yuchun got the Most Popular Female Signer Award (Chinese mainland). Rex Yu Siyuan, famous from reality pop contests 'My show', got the Most Popular Male Signer Award (Chinese mainland).

The Best Female Singer Award (Hong Kong and Taiwan) went to Leung Jasmine. The Best Female and Male Singer Award (Chinese mainland) were given to Jin Hai Hsin and Anson Hu.

Chinese musician Dou Wei, the dark horse and three nominations of this year's Music Chart Awards, received Best Rock Singer Award.


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