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A bright future for Qu Wanting

By Chen Nan (China Daily)

08:58, August 27, 2012

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Qu Wanting, a Harbin-born singer-songwriter living in Canada, has been acclaimed as the latest miracle of the Chinese music industry.

During the past few months, her name and songs have been spread quickly on the Internet. You can hear her songs not only in hair salons but also restaurants and shopping malls.

Her debut album, Everything in the World, sold well and songs from the album, including You Exist in My Song and Drenched, are chart toppers.

Her talent for writing songs in both Chinese and English has made her a promising international star. As the first Asian artist signed to Nettwerk, Canada's largest independent record label, and managed by Terry McBride, who helped establish a number of big-name stars, such as Avril Lavigne, the 28-year-old has a bright future.
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