Guo Qin (郭沁)

Her Chinese name is Guo Qin, and her English name is Doris. Among all her nicknames, her favorite one is “Qin Guo Guo”.

She was born on Aug. 2nd, 2000. Her Zodiac sign is Leo. She’s a little lion, and also a big cat.  She’s from Changsha. She doesn’t speak Changsha dialect very often but she masters the ways of speaking Mandarin with Changsha accent.

Her favorite color is green. Not the green color of forgiveness, but the green of nature and freshness which brings people hope. When she was at 6th grade in primary school, she watched a documentary about environmental protection, and decided to become a vegetarian since then.

She’s student of Shanghai Conservatory of Music and majors in Opera Performance. It only took her 10 days of hard work to get the admission. Among all of the candidates, she ranked 8th in China.

She is proficient in English, and she spends quite some time on studying it every day.

She took part in the Sing! China twice. However, she didn’t get the pass for the first time, somehow it drove her to stick to her dream. She came back stronger and achieved the 2nd place in 2017. She considered her participation in Sing!China as a learning opportunity. Her mentor, Na Ying, also praised her eagerness of learning.

Her favorite quote is “Sound into sound, touching with heart. Emotions still on while the music ends, rhyme fades and feelings leave.” which is also the best description of her songs.

Le Chien-na (李千娜)

Nana Lee Chien-na (born 22 November 1984) is a Taiwanese singer and actress.

In 2007, Lee’s entertainment career started as a participant in Season 2 of One Million Star。

In April 2009, Lee collaborated with Chou Chuan-huing, her teacher, on the song “Sad Glass” (“傷心酒杯”), which was included in his 2009 album, Lovers’ Genesis.

Lee has starred in a number of films since 2010, namely Juliets (茱麗葉, 2010), Together (甜.秘密, 2012), To My Dear Granny (親愛的奶奶, 2013), Zinnia Flower52Hz, I Love You (2017) and numerous television series such as Ex-Boyfriend (2011). She also starred in Youth Power (哇!陳怡君, 2015).

Unlike most female entertainers in the Taiwanese entertainment industry, Lee started her career in the industry having already started a family with two children, a son and a daughter when she was 19, but she had divorced from her partner after 4 years. In 2016, Lee revealed that she has been in a relationship with Echo Lee, a US-born Taiwanese B-box artist, for two years.

Huang Xiaoyun (黄宵云) Ghost

Ghost Huang was born in a rural village of a minority Bouyei ethnic tribe  in southern Guizhou province.

She was enrolled into the High School attached to China Conservatory of Music in 2013. In 2017, she started her music study at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.

In 2014, she won the first prize at the Singers Competition at China Conservatory of Music. In 2015, she attended the 4th Season of Sing! China and joined Wang Feng’s team. The audience were mostly impressive with her performance in the Sound of My Dream Music by Zhejiang TV Station.

Su Yunying (苏运莹)

Su Yunying (born 8 April 1991), also known as Sue Su, is a Chinese singer-songwriter.

Su was born and raised in Sanya, Hainan. Su rose to prominence in 2015 on Sing My Song, performing her own written debut song called “Yezi” ( 野子), which could be translated as “The Wild”) and won second place. Su also participated in the 2016 season of the Hunan Television show I Am a Singer Season 4.

Kelly Yu(于文文)

Kelly Yu Wenwen (born 7 November 1989) is a Chinese Canadian singer and actress.

Yu was born in Dalian, China and moved with her parents to Vancouver, Canada when she was young. She attended Killarney Secondary School and later moved to Boston, where she attended the Berklee College of Music.

Yu’s first movie was Under the Rain in 2012, directed by Liu Chen. Her first lead role was in 2014 in the television series One and a Half Summer pairing up with Nichkhun.

In 2017, Yu starred in the romantic film The Ex-File 3: The Return of the Exes. She sang the theme song of the film。

Ye Xuanqing (叶炫清)

Ye Xuanqing was born on March 2 of 1998 in Shaoxing of Zhejiang Province. She came from a family of the local Yue Opera of three generations. Since childhood, she has joined her parents in performances of various Yue Opera stages.

At the age of 10, Ye Xuanqing moved to Hangzhou with her parents and was enrolled into Zhejiang Conservatory of Music.

In November, she participated in the competition Sound of My Dream hosted by Zhejiang TV station and thus entered the entertaining circle. In the same year, she produced her first music album.

In 2017, Ye Xuanqing attended Sing! China and joined Na Ying’s team for improvement in her music career and is gaining popularity ever since.

Feng Timo (冯提莫)

Timo grew up in a music family. Her grandpa, grandmom, dad, and mom, and sisters, all play musical instruments and/or sing. Timo began singing even before she could recall. She just remembered when she sang songs following video TVs from her dad’s store selling music devices.

In 2014, Feng Timo graduated from Beijing Normal University Zhuhai Campus and began her career as a college teacher at Chongqing Vocational School in Wanzhou. In September 2014, she launched her career as a network anchor。

Timo has been well known as a live streaming singer with a unique sweet vocal and natural sense in music, but her musical talent was not recognized until she accidentally sang a song for cheering up a few fans during a break when she hosted a live computer game. Her beautiful voice impressed those fans very much. After that, she started to spend more time in singing than hosting live streaming computer games, and her voice quickly attracts many fans and she becomes a rising star within 2 years in China.

As of October 2019, Timo has more than 30 million and 1.4 million followers respectively in Chinese and international TikTok. In addition, she also has over 20.5 million followers on her live-streaming room on Douyu (a live streaming TV company in China),  and over 9.7 million followers on Weibo, a Chinese social network similar to Facebook.

Xu Geyang (徐歌阳)

Xu Geyang born December 15, 1996 is a singer from Shenyang, Liaoning province. In July 2016, she made her debut as a contestant on the first season of the reality television singing competition show Sing! China on Zhejiang Television. She finished fourth in the finals. She released her first single, “Forever“, in May 2017.

On November 20, 2017, Xu Geyang won her first award: “The Most Promising Singer” at a Chinese music awards ceremony.

Sa Dingding (萨顶顶)

Sa Dingding, born Zhou Peng (周鹏), on 27 December 1979) is a Chinese folk singer and songwriter. She is of mixed Han Chinese and Mongol ancestry, and sings in languages including Mandarin Chinese, English, Standard Tibetan, as well as an imaginary self-created language to evoke emotions in her songs.

Sa was born in Pingdingshan, Henan, with Shandong origin. She became interested in Buddhism and taught herself Tibetan and Sanskrit. Later, at 17, she moved to Beijing, to study music at the People’s Liberation Army Academy of Art.

At age 18, she released her first album entitled Dong Ba La under her birth name Zhou Peng, gaining her the title of China’s Best Dance Music Singer.

In 2008, she won the BBC Radio 3 Awards for World Music for the Asia-Pacific region, earning herself the chance to perform at the Royal Albert Hall to a Western audience. In the same year, she also released a two track single called “Qin Shang”.

Rainie Yang (杨丞琳)

Rainie Yang (born 4 June 1984) is a Taiwanese singer, actress, and television host.

Rainie’s father was from Guangdong, so she spoke Cantonese at home. By the time she was 13, she had to start working because her father’s business failed, which led to her parents being divorced. She attended Hwa Kang Arts School which specialized in performance arts.

Yang began her career in 2000 as a member of Taiwanese girl group 4 in Love, where she was given the stage name Rainie.

In 2006, she released her second album, Meeting Love. On 8 January 2007, Yang recorded her last Guess episode due to her busy schedule and focus on her musical and acting career.

On 30 September 2016, her tenth studio album Traces of Time in Love was released. It was nominated for three awards at the 28th Golden Melody Awards, including Song of the Year, Best Lyricist, and Best Single Producer for the title track “Traces of Time in Love”. Yang thus joined the list of having been nominated for all three prestigious entertainment awards in Taiwan, namely the Golden Bell Awards (television), the Golden Horse Awards (film) and the Golden Melody Awards (music). In the same year, Yang starred in the Taiwanese television series Life Plan A and B.

Jess Lee (李佳薇)

Jess Lee Kar Wei, born June 1, 1988 in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia), is a finalist and grand winner of the popular televised singing competition One Million Star (7th Season) in Taiwan. She is the first Malaysian to win in the competition and broke the record of scoring the highest mark (30) four times consecutively in the final round. She currently resides in Taiwan and has attended the National Taiwan University as an exchange student. In September 2011, Lee’s first album, Thank You My Love, was debuted under the label of Warner Music Taiwan.

She is a contestant on the second season of AHTV’s Mad for Music, as a part of their Hurricane Team. In 2015, she appeared in the 3rd season of I Am a Singer on China’s Hunan Television.

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