We’ve talked about our favorite Chinese K-Pop idols and C-Pop idols, but did you know that we also have our very own Chinoy idols?
Dubbed as China’s Taylor Swift, Mandopop artist G.E.M. is shooting herself up all the way to the top of the Chinese music scene. Get to know her here.
In light of International Women’s Month and the continuing rise of C-Pop, we find that there is no better time than now to celebrate some of the most recognizable female names in Chinese entertainment. From the hottest girl groups to the most amazing solo artists, here are the queens who now rule over the C-Pop music industry.
Love C-pop? Then, you don’t want to miss out on the Mandopop Music Festival Season 3, a Mandarin singing competition. It will be a night filled with music and Chinese pop culture.
Check out the latest bangers lighting up the C-pop scene! WayV delivers an explosive comeback with their latest release “Kick Back.”
From the famous mentors to the top trainees, here is everything that you need to know about iQIYI’s latest idol survival program “Youth With You 3”!
To help the elderly cope during the pandemic, acclaimed Chinoy singers created Dragon Music Season, a musical project wherein Chinoy singers perform and share their talent for a good cause. Check out their story here, as well as their advice for multi-lingual singers.
Well-known mainstream Chinese singer Tan Weiwei tackles domestic abuse in China in her latest pop hit, “Xiao Juan.” While sparking some controversy, the song has also captivated and inspired thousands of Chinese women since its release.