Famous Stars Genting Countdown Show will be organized at Arena of Stars on 31st December 2016 (Saturday).
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Qing Shan, who is also known as “King of Evergreens”, still enjoys a huge fanbase among overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia. The mandopop singer's most memorable hit is Lei De Xiao Hua but he is also known for his interesting past. After having been turned down by the National Taiwan Academy of Arts, he continued to sing and entertain at military bases after he was inducted into the national service. And after being discharged in 1968, he signed up with Regal, following which he produced many unforgettable hit records.
Ivy Ling Po is well recognised for her contributions toward the Huangmei opera art form. She played an important role in its preservation and is best remembered for a string of successful Huangmei opera films in the 1960s, notably The Love Eterne that made her a superstar overnight.
Bass singer Pan Xiu Qiong first became involved in the Hong Kong entertainment scene in the 1950s—singing in movies behind the scenes. In 1958, she recorded Qing Ren De Yan Lei that later became famously known as “the bass song.” Her other well-known numbers included Lu Dao Xiao Ye Qu, Sou Luo He Zhi Lian, Xiao Qing Qing, He Bi Pang Ren Lai Shuo Mei and Hui Niang Jia.
Zhang Di is best known for his wit and spontaneity. He has a remarkable ability in improvising song lyrics at the drop of a hat—hence the nickname, “King of Wit.” The Taiwanese singer and show host is best known for the songs Mao Mao (The Fur Song) and Guo Jia (Country). Mao Mao was a big hit for him when he performed it in Indonesia in the 1970s while Guo Jia has since become a patriotic anthem in China.
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