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Han Hong

Han Hong (simplified Chinese: 韩红; traditional Chinese: 韓紅; pinyin: Hán Hóng; Tibetan name: Ingdzin Droma, simplified Chinese: 央金卓玛; traditional Chinese: 央金卓瑪; pinyin: Yāngjīn Zhuōmǎ) is a Chinese singer and songwriter of ethnic Tibetan and Han Chinese origin. She is one of the most famous female singers in China, and has maintained her diva status since 2003. [1] She is also a songwriter who specializes in a variety of Chinese folk music. Her signature works are Tibetan Plateau and Heaven's road (天路). She was born in Shigatse, the second largest city of Tibetan Autonomous Region. Like her mother, who's also a singer and who is of Tibetan ethnicity, Han Hong is able to shift quite easily from piercing high pitches to soft low tones. She performed in a Chinese television gala broadcast after the Olympic closing ceremony on August 24, 2008. She also performed at the 2008 Summer Paralympics opening ceremony on September 5, 2008.

"Hometown" is the song that made thousands of Chinese music lovers familiar with the name of Han Hong. The song comes from her first album, "Rays over the Snowcapped Plateau," released in 1997. Featuring a blend of modern beats and Tibetan tunes, this song expresses the singer's deep affection for her hometown, Xigaze, in Tibet.


Han Hong says she inherited her voice from her mother, a well-known Tibetan folk singer. After spending a carefree childhood on the beautiful plateau, Han Hong came to Beijing at the age of nine to study singing. But this was just the first step in a long musical journey. In 1985, 14-year-old Han Hong won her first national prize in a singing competition. Later, she was admitted into the renowned Central Conservatory of Music to further improve her vocal skills. You can judge for yourself if it was time well spent with this song, "Himalaya."


Han Hong is more than just a singer, though. She is one of the few female singers in China who also writes her own songs. She started composing songs in 1993, and wrote six of the tracks on her first album, "Rays over the Snowcapped Plateau." The song you are now listening to is the title track off the album, "Rays over the Snowcapped Plateau."

(Rays over the Snowcapped Plateau)

Han Hong's singing has distinctive Tibetan characteristics; she's able to shift freely from piercing high notes to soft low tones. Quite a number of Han Hong's songs are related to her roots in Tibet. Her songs combine elements of classical Tibetan folk music with pop music, and have thrown a light on the mysterious, rich culture of Tibet. The song you are hearing is called "Tianya," which literally means" the end of the heaven." It is the theme song from director Bao Dejia's film "The Touch," which is performed in the Tibetan language.

(Tian Ya)

Although her music mainly deals with Tibetan themes, as a pop singer in Beijing, Han Hong has drawn on a lot of different musical elements such as jazz, R&B, rock and roll and Latin music. The song we are hearing is one of Han Hong rhythmic songs, "Come on."

(Come On)

No matter how many styles she mixes in her compositions, Han Hong is most at home with folk songs. This next song is called "Qinghai-Tibet Plateau," which Han Hong sings for the land where she grew up.

(Qinghai-Tibet Plateau)

Though she is an energetic singer, Han Hong shows another side of her personality through her music, one of gentle restraint. Han Hong has made a remarkable contribution in helping to modernize and popularize Tibetan songs in China. To complete our tribute to this talented musician, we will now play one more Han Hong hit, "The Heavenly Road." This is Zhong Qiu, wishing you a nice week. 'Bye for now.

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