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Draft:張鳳鳳

張鳳鳳,臺灣知名歌手及綜藝節目主持人。1998年推出首張老歌專輯“瞬間永恒”,1999年推出第二張專輯,2000年推出了第三輯“梁祝”,2003年加盟“華納唱片”。由高凌風及張鳳鳳共同主持的《金曲百樂門》入圍2006年金鐘獎歌唱綜藝節目主持人。白蘭香、明月千里、寄相思、小親親、恨不相逢、夜上海、待嫁女兒心、明日之歌、昨夜、夢中梁祝、樓台會、玫瑰玫瑰我愛你、明日之歌、昨夜、知道不知道、雪山盟等。《金曲百樂門》入圍2006年金鐘獎歌唱綜藝節目主持人Zhang... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/張圭陽

The result was keep and let the PNT folks handle this one. Kimchi.sg 17:16, 22 November 2006 (UTC)===張圭陽===notenglish Yxz 17:11, 22 November 2006 (UTC) read more

Fight and Smile

Fight and Smile (相信希望fight & smile賑災募款晚會) is a fund raising campaign held in Taiwan for the victims of the Japan 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. The event was held from March 17 to March 18, 2011. About NT$788 million were raised by the event. The event was hosted by Jacky Wu, Chang Fei (張菲), Chang Hsiao-yen (張小燕) and Patty Hou.==Participants==About 300 celebrities participated in the event. The following are some of the participants at the concert. The list... read more

Decadent Sound of Faye

''Decadent Sound of Faye'' (), also translated as ''Faye Beautiful Music'',one source only: Anthony Fung and Michael Curtin, "", International Journal of Cultural Studies 5, no. 3 (September 2002) "Faye Beautiful Music" is a 1995 Mandarin album recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong when she was based in Hong Kong.==Etymology==The word ‘decadent’ is an ironic echo of early PRC condemnation of music such as that of Taiwanese singer Teresa Tang's music as ''mǐmǐ zhī yue'' (靡靡之樂).... read more

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Official logo and fonts of Buddha's Light International Association - Philippines (BLIA Philippines) (Chinese: 國際佛光會菲律賓協會) read more

A Tribute to Teresa Teng

''A Tribute to Teresa Teng - A Rocking Farewell'' (告别的摇滚) is a May 1995 tribute album by many of the leading lights of Beijing's first generation rock bands. Although the take of hardcore rock acts like Zang Tianshuo and 1989 on the gentle songs of Teresa Teng is rough edged, like Faye Wong's tribute Decadent Sound of Faye (菲靡靡之音) which appeared two months later, the album was a genuine and sincere tribute to the childhood appreciation of Teng as one of the first pop singers to... read more

Empress Dowager Zhang

Empress Dowager Zhang (張太后) may refer to: read more

Zhang Yunshen

Zhang Yunshen (張允伸) (785''Old Book of Tang'', vol. 180. – March 8, 872 read more

Susie Au

Susie Au, is an award-winning filmmaker based in Hong Kong whose works include being a commercial director, music video director, feature film director.She is noted for her stunning visual styles. She innovates electrifying exotic imagery that has stormed the music video field and the karaoke pubs in the region. Her work in music videos has earned her comparisons with Western contemporaries; “Au is Hong Kong's answer to the likes of American director Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich) and Michel... read more

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轉載自張靜廬:《中國的新聞紙》(光華書局, 中華民國十七年),頁20。 read more

Zhang Mi

Zhang Mi (Chinese: 张泌,張泌, dates of birth and death unknown), was a Chinese ''Ci'' poet who lived during the Later Shu. read more

Phowa language

Phowa is a dialect cluster of Loloish languages spoken by the Phula people of China. There are three principal varieties, Hlepho, Ani, and Labo, which may be considered distinct languages. Hlepho may be closer to Phukha than it is to Labo and Ani. Usage is decreasing, with about two thirds of Phowa speaking their language.The representative Hlepho Phowa dialect studied in Pelkey (2011) is that of Feizuke 菲租克, Xinhua Township 新华乡, Pingbian County. read more

Princess Yuan of Lu

Princess Yuan of Lu (died 187 BC), also called Princess Luyuan, personal name unknown, was a princess of the Han Dynasty. She was the eldest daughter of the dynasty's founder Emperor Gaozu and Empress Lü Zhi. She was an older sister of the Han Dynasty's second ruler, Emperor Hui. She married Zhang Ao (張敖), son of Zhang Er (張耳), the king of the vassal state of Zhao. She had a daughter and a son with Zhang Ao: the former was Empress Zhang Yan, who married Emperor Hui; the latter was Zhang... read more

Nobita (album)

''Nobita'' (大雄) is an album by the Cantopop singer Leo Ku, released on July 31, 2004. The album is based on the main character in a Japanese manga ''Doraemon''. The songs "Nobita" (大雄) and "Love and Honesty" (愛與誠) won Ku numerous awards in 2005.== Track listing ==#The Biggest Comist Chaos (史上最強漫畫王大亂鬥)#I'm Cat (我是貓) - Garfield Movie Theme Song (加菲貓電影主題曲) read more

One Person Playing Two Roles

''Yat yan fan sik leung gok'' () is a 1995 EP recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong when she was based in Hong Kong.:zh:前哨 2000 108-113 p105 "但由於王菲工作忙經常飛往香港,兩人的愛情結晶《童〉便由脔唯又當爹又當娘(一人分飾兩角》地擔負。王菲回來時總也忘不了給孩子買超値的《玩具〉。一家人就這麼幸福地生活著。可惜好景不常,人世間事易變,兩人不知何故「撕碎」了《誓言》'不再(執迷不 ..."謝靜國... read more

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