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Wednesday December 7, 2005 Hong Kong

Joey Yung and Eason Chan’s albums have both respectively become the best selling album for the female and male singer of this year. Not only are both of them proud of their achievements, there company are also very happy.

Eason said that from what he has heard, his latest album has sold 40 000 copies. He is extremely happy about the CD sales because in today’s music industry, it is hard to sell a lot of CDs. Some of Eason’s good selling...
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Wednesday December 7, 2005 Hong Kong

CRI Exclusive--Taiwan singer and composer Jay Chou is set to compose the theme song for film star Jet Li 's new film "Fearless", according to Hong Kong media.

Chou says he cherishes the opportunity to cooperate with his role-model Li, and hopes to participate in the distribution of the film. He says he will incorporate Li's understanding of martial arts to his music.   

Li expresses his gratitude towards...
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Tuesday December 6, 2005 Hong Kong

Life Made Simple has finally broadcasted their big ending last night and LMS is superb. The ratings for Monday reached 40 points and peaking at 41 points. Even though it has not beated Jewel in the Palace's 47 points ratings, it is the TVB series with the highest ratings for one episode. It looks like the ratings for last night's big ending will beat the record.

Life Made Simples' ratings were strong, affecting...
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Monday December 5, 2005 Guangzhou

Last night a bunch of Gold Label singers including Leo Ku, Ronald Cheng, Miriam Yeung, Stephy Tang, and others attended a music award ceremony in Guangzhou. Leo recieves five awards and Eason gets four awards even though he is absent in the ceremony.

The company Gold Label became the big winner of the night, recieving 22 awards in total. Leo gets the 'Most Appreciated...
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Saturday December 3, 2005 Hong Kong
Twins to go solo as they become more successful


Hong Kong popular band, Twins will split up next year to go solo.

No matter if this has anything to do with their name of their concert next year, Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi have to face the entertainment marker alone sooner or later.

The popularity for girl bands is recent and as Gillian and Charlene grow older there is no possible way they can stay together as a duo.

When entering...