Four new year's eve concerts held in China

Four New Year's Eve concerts were held by leading local TV stations in China last night.
Li Yuchun (middle), Zhou Bichang (left) and Zhang Liangying (right), winners of the 'Super Girl Voice' TV show in 2005, perform together for the first time in about 10 years at the stage of Hunan TV's New Year's Eve concert held in the national stadium in Beijing on December 31, 2015. [Photo: news.163.com]
Li Yuchun (middle), Zhou Bichang (left) and Zhang Liangying (right), winners of the 'Super Girl Voice' TV show in 2005, perform together for the first time in about 10 years at the stage of Hunan TV's New Year's Eve concert held in the national stadium in Beijing on December 31, 2015. [Photo: news.163.com]
Hunan Satellite TV gathered a large batch of Pop Idols in China, including Wu Yifan, Li Yifeng, William Chan and Wang Kai.
The hottest South Korean boyband Bigbang joined the concert with their hits and new songs from the latest album.
Li Yuchun, Zhou Bichang and Zhang Liangying, winners of the 'Super Girl Voice' TV show in 2005, performed together for the first time in about 10 years.
Hunan TV's New Year's Eve concert took place in the national stadium in Beijing, also known as the Bird's Nest.
Shanghai's Dragon Satellite TV invited the hottest singers and actors to the concert.
The performance actor and singer Hu Ge was a highlight. He sung the ending song of hit TV drama 'Nirvana in Fire', and his debut song 'Rain in June'.
Legendary singers like Jonathan Lee, Wakin Chau and Yu-Ching Fei took part in the concert as well.
Besides, the team members from popular reality show Running Man, Chinese version, including Deng Chao, Angelababy, Lu Han and Li Chen have joined Zhejiang Satellite TV's concert held in Southern China's Shenzhen.
Meanwhile, in Jiangsu TV's New Year Eve concert, super divas Stefanie Sun, Jolin Tsai, Fish Leong and Christine Fan gave their performance.
These Four New Year's Eve concerts attracted audiences of millions. The New Year Concerts has become one of the most viewed topics on Sina Weibo, attracting more than 680,000 comments.

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