Most Populars Stars in China

Chinese Most Famous Stars

There are many famous Chinese singer nowaday including Jay Chou, CoCo Lee, Anita Mui, Eason Chan, Faye Wong, Nadia Chan, David Tao, Chen Ming, Nicholas Tse, Anthony Wong Yiu Ming, Leslie Cheung, Roman Tam, Jacky Cheung, Cecilia Cheung, Sammi Cheng, Aaron Kwok, Leon Lai, Andy Lau.

Jay Chou

Jay Chou (born January 18, 1979) is a Taiwanese musician, singer, producer, actor and director who has won the World Music Award four times. He is well-known for composing all his own songs and songs for other singers. In 1998 he was discovered in a talent contest where he displayed his piano and song-writing skills. Over the next two years, he was hired to compose for popular Chinese singers. Although he was trained in classical music, Chou combines Chinese and Western music styles to produce songs that fuse R&B, rock and pop genres, covering issues such as domestic violence, war, and urbanization. In 2000 Chou released his first album, titled Jay, under the record company Alfa Music. Since then he has released one album per year except in 2009, selling several million copies each. His music has gained recognition throughout Asia, most notably in regions such as Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and in overseas Asian communities, winning more than 20 awards each year. He has sold over 25 million albums worldwide. He debuted his acting career in Initial D (2005), for which he won Best Newcomer Actor in Golden Horse Awards, and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor by Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in Curse of the Golden Flower (2006). His career now extends into directing and running his own record company JVR Music. He has also endorsed various models of Media Players released by Onda in which he appears on the box, and his signature and likeness is printed on the back of certain models of these players.

Andy Lau

Andy Lau is a Hong Kong cantopop singer, film actor, and producer. He has been one of Hong Kong's most commercially successful film actors since the 1980s, performing in more than 120 films while maintaining a singing career at the same time.[3] In the 1990s, he was branded by the media as one of the Four Heavenly Kings of cantopop (四大天王) with Aaron Kwok, Jacky Cheung and Leon Lai. 

Lau was originally born to a poor family. As a young boy he had to fetch water for his family up to eight times a day because their house was not equipped with plumbing.[5] He later graduated from Kowloon Ho Lap College.[6] He is also known as an expert Chinese calligrapher 

Andy Lau initially signed up for the artist training program offered by TVB, which is where his acting career began.[1] The first lead role that made his led to his initial popularity was the TVB series The Emissary in 1982. During the 80s he would take part in many TVB series. In September 1983 TVB was looking to increase their ratings in competition with Korea and Japan for the best variety show. The station then created the show TVB All-star challenge (星光熠熠勁爭輝) featuring almost the entire lineup of the most popular actors and singers at the time.[8] Andy Lau along with Tony Leung, Michael Miu, Felix Wong, and Kent Tong were branded as "TVB's Five Tigers" (無線五虎將) due to their popularity on the show.[8] In the late 80s, Lau had to leave TVB due to contract problems. They wanted to bind him to an exclusive five-year contract. Lau refused to sign the deal, and TVB blacklisted him. He then focused on his film career