Hong Kong pop king Jacky Cheung kicked off his world concert tour on Thursday, December 30, 2010 in Shanghai with a short musical drama film starring himself and actress Shu Qi as a couple.
The movie tells how the lovebirds meet and finally get married. "Infernal Affairs" director Andrew Lau helmed the film.
Crowned the "God of Songs" by his fans, Cheung has recorded dozens of hits during his 25-year singing career. He also has acted in films and musical dramas.
During the show, which lasted for more than two hours, the 50-year-old sang many of his most popular hits while displaying his dancing talent.
"I don't know if I still will be able to dance during the next concert tour," Cheung said during an interview before the concert. "Since I can dance now, I don't want to regret not having done so in the future."
Cheung will perform at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on January 21-23.
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