Tagged: mavis fan (fan xiaoxuan)
Continuing with my traditional End of the Year lists— following the recent publication of my Music Highlights; you’ll see -as it is already customary- a lot of crossover picks. After all, good albums usually have some good tracks.
Amy takes a look at her favorite 50 songs of this 2015.
A list of 100 songs, 100 different artists, 100 different albums of music that’s labeled ‘Chinese.’
Back in 2008, Amazon — somehow — announced that their MP3 section was going international. It’s been over 5 years now, and I haven’t bought a single MP3 from them.
You’d think The Silent War is a slick spy thriller set in the historical backdrop, and you wouldn’t be wrong because the film IS about spies breaking codes circa 1949 with the backdrop of the establishment of the People’s Republic of China.
Amy makes a list of ten Chinese music albums released between the years 2000 and 2009. The rules? One album per year, one album per artist.
My latest post on Asian movies that should be released in Peru by local distributors is up on Cinencuentro.
MusicDish interviews the “Little Witch of Music” – Mavis Fan Xiaoxuan.
This two-disc DVD set featuring Bibi Zhou’s concert show in Beijing last year is perfect for its value.
Bibi’s back with Time, a full 10-track album that includes hit singles Sing Half a Song and Your Love — which was dedicated to her fans. At first listen, there isn’t anything remarkable about Time as an album, but it has its merits.