Happy New Year 2016 ! – Hunan TV’s New Year’s Eve Concert

Excerpt, including '(I'm your) Venus (I'm your fire)', plus Chris Lee with 'Let Me Grow' ...

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The full 4 hour show, starting with a set by Jane Zhang. It's a 'who's who' of contemporary Chinese popular music ...

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