Ada Zhuang to Bring 'Light' Concert in S China

December 4, 2017
By Cao ZhenEditor: Joyce Dong

Chinese pop singer Ada Zhuang will give her Saw the Light concert on December 23 at Shenzhen Gymnasium in south China's Guangdong Province.

Hailing from Guangdong, Zhuang started taking part in singing competitions in 2007. After singing a few Cantopop covers, Zhuang opened her QQ Music account in which she posted both her covers and original songs. Thanks to that music platform, she gained popularity with an increasing fanbase.

In 2012, Zhuang signed a contract with Zhili Music, a Guangzhou-based record label. One year later she released her first album entitled "Ten Thousand Regrets." Since her debut, she started releasing two albums per year.

In 2014, she published her fifth work entitled "Compassion," from which the song "Two People Remember One Person" made her popular in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The song also accumulated more than 10 million plays on YouTube. Since then, Zhuang's albums have been widely promoted in overseas Chinese communities. She began singing some songs in Cantonese and Hokkien dialects.

Time: 8 p.m., Dec. 23

Tickets: 280-880 yuan

Venue: Shenzhen Gymnasium, Sungang Road West, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province (福田区笋岗西路深圳体育馆)

Metro: Line 3, Tongxinling Station (通新岭站), Exit C

(Source: Shenzhen Daily)

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