--- SEARCH ---
Film in China
War on Poverty
Learning Chinese
Learn to Cook Chinese Dishes
Exchange Rates
Hotel Service
China Calendar

Hot Links
China Development Gateway
Chinese Embassies

Zhao Wei Releases New Music Album

After her previous music album was released in 2001, Chinese pop star Zhao Wei surprised her fans with Piao, her fourth album and a much different music style.

At the press conference for promoting the album in Beijing on Friday, Zhao expressed her hope to convert her negative image among the public caused by her supposed design and support of an assault on a pregnant woman.
The name Piao, meaning "moving as time goes by," showed Zhao's desire to get away from all the rumors and relax. Zhao said she was misunderstood by most people and seldom did she reveal her true inner self. Hence, she hoped to deliver her feelings and communicate more freely with the public via music.
The album, being quite different from the dynamic and naive style expressed in the last three albums, shows Zhao as a thoughtful and mature female. Having practiced singing for some time, Zhao's technique has been much improved. The image designed for the album is a pure and quiet girl, who is self-confident in pursuit of her dreams.
One song from Piao, Gradually, was released on the Internet for trial listening. Zhao's image and singing were well received. It is reasonable to expect good sales for the album, observers say.

(Shenzhen Daily November 16, 2004)

"Little Swallow" Learns to Rock
Zhao Wei Dubs Diaz in Shrek II
"Little Swallow" Marchs toward Singing Career
Chinese Pop Singer Under Fire for Japan War Flag Dress
Print This Page
Email This Page
About Us SiteMap Feedback
Copyright © China Internet Information Center. All Rights Reserved
E-mail: webmaster@china.org.cn Tel: 86-10-68326688