Jacky Cheung

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Jacky Cheung Hok-yau (born 11 July 1961) is a Hong Kong singer, songwriter and actor.wikipedia
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Honorific nicknames in popular music

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With more than 25 million records sold as of 2003, he is regarded as one of the "Four Heavenly Kings" and has been deemed the "God of Songs" of Hong Kong.

The Goodbye Kiss (Jacky Cheung album)

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The album The Goodbye Kiss was one of the best-selling albums of all time, achieving more sales in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Southeast Asia than ever attained before, with more than 4 million copies sold in 1993, making him one of the PolyGram's top 10 artists worldwide that year and he was the first Asian artist to do so.
The Goodbye Kiss is Jacky Cheung's fifth Mandopop album, which was released on 5 March 1993.

Andrew Tuason

The album was produced by Andrew Tuason.
He has been a producer for notable musical artists including Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, and Coco Lee.

Roxanne Seeman

"Everyday Is Christmas", "Which Way, Robert Frost?", "Let It Go", "Lucky in Love" and "Double Trouble" were co-written by Roxanne Seeman in collaboration with Tuason, tailor-made for Cheung.
She is best known for her songs by Billie Hughes, Philip Bailey, Phil Collins, Earth, Wind & Fire, Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, The Sisters of Mercy, The Jacksons, and Jacky Cheung.

Everyday Is Christmas (song)

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"Everyday Is Christmas", "Which Way, Robert Frost?", "Let It Go", "Lucky in Love" and "Double Trouble" were co-written by Roxanne Seeman in collaboration with Tuason, tailor-made for Cheung.
It was recorded by Jacky Cheung on his Private Corner album, released on January 29, 2010, by Universal Music.

1985 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation

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In 1985 he won his first two major awards together with the 1985 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards and the 1985 Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards.

Kelly Chen

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She was introduced to an acquaintance who owned a production studio and was chosen to feature in a Jacky Cheung music video.

Which Way, Robert Frost?

Which Way, Robert Frost
"Everyday Is Christmas", "Which Way, Robert Frost?", "Let It Go", "Lucky in Love" and "Double Trouble" were co-written by Roxanne Seeman in collaboration with Tuason, tailor-made for Cheung.
It was recorded by Jacky Cheung in Cantonese for Cheung's Private Corner album, released on January 29, 2010, by Universal Music.

Private Corner

In 2009, Cheung recorded "Private Corner", his first jazz album for which he coined the phrase "Canto-jazz".
Private Corner is a jazz album by Jacky Cheung, which was released on 29 January 2010.

Snow.Wolf.Lake

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In 1997, his work on the groundbreaking Cantonese Broadway-style musical Snow.Wolf.Lake was enthusiastically received by both audiences and critics.
Jacky Cheung, a cantopop artist, was the artistic director of the show.

Let It Go (Jacky Cheung song)

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"Everyday Is Christmas", "Which Way, Robert Frost?", "Let It Go", "Lucky in Love" and "Double Trouble" were co-written by Roxanne Seeman in collaboration with Tuason, tailor-made for Cheung.
"Let It Go" is a song by Hong Kong singer and actor Jacky Cheung from his studio album Private Corner (2010).

2000 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards

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In 2000 he was awarded by RTHK, the Golden Needle Award.

Francesca Kao

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known for her duet with Jacky Cheung, "You're the Most Precious".

Lucky in Love (song)

Lucky in Love
"Everyday Is Christmas", "Which Way, Robert Frost?", "Let It Go", "Lucky in Love" and "Double Trouble" were co-written by Roxanne Seeman in collaboration with Tuason, tailor-made for Cheung.
It was recorded by Jacky Cheung in Cantonese, included on his Private Corner album, released on January 29, 2010.

Adia Chan

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The first female leads were played by Sandy Lam in Hong Kong and Nadia Chan in Singapore.
She has also performed alongside Jacky Cheung in the musical Snow.Wolf.Lake, the Mandarin and Cantonese version.

Coco Lee

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She sang a song against tobacco called From the beginning til' the end with singer Jacky Cheung.

Double Trouble (Jacky Cheung song)

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"Everyday Is Christmas", "Which Way, Robert Frost?", "Let It Go", "Lucky in Love" and "Double Trouble" were co-written by Roxanne Seeman in collaboration with Tuason, tailor-made for Cheung.
It was recorded by Jacky Cheung for his Private Corner album.

Regine Velasquez

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Cheung recorded a duet with Filipino singer and Asia's Songbird, Regine Velasquez for the song "In Love with You", the song was included in her multi-platinum album "Listen Without Prejudice".
The album's lead single, "In Love With You", featured singer-songwriter Jacky Cheung.

July Rhapsody

For his work in July Rhapsody, he also received the Best Actor Award at the New Delhi Film Festival for his portrayal of the protagonist role.
The film follows Lam Yiu-kwok (played by Jacky Cheung), a Hong Kong secondary school teacher, and explores his struggles with midlife crisis, marriage and seduction by a female adolescent student.

Bullet in the Head

A Bullet in the Head
That same year he also collaborated with John Woo and Tony Leung in the film Bullet in the Head.
Bullet in the Head is a 1990 Hong Kong action film written, produced, edited and directed by John Woo, who played Police Inspector, and starring Tony Leung, Jacky Cheung, Waise Lee and Simon Yam.

List of recipients of Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World

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In 1999, he was named one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World by JCI (Junior Chamber International), a worldwide federation of young professionals and entrepreneurs.

As Tears Go By (film)

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He received the Best Supporting Actor award in the 8th Hong Kong Film Awards for his work in As Tears Go By (1988) as well as the Best Supporting Actor Golden Horse Award for his work in The Swordsman (1990).
As Tears Go By is a 1988 Hong Kong action drama film that was the directorial debut of Wong Kar-wai and starred Andy Lau, Maggie Cheung and Jacky Cheung.

Kit Chan

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Kit Chan played the second female lead.
She has held lead roles in the Hong Kong musical Snow.Wolf.Lake with Jacky Cheung – both the Cantonese version in 1997 and the Mandarin production in 2005 – followed by The Legend (where she played the late Teresa Teng), and "Forbidden City: Portrait of An Empress" (where she played the young Empress Dowager Cixi)– first performed in 2002 as part of the Esplanade's opening programme, and again in 2003.

1985 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards

1985
In 1985 he won his first two major awards together with the 1985 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards and the 1985 Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards.

May Lo

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On 15 February 1996 in London, he married Hong Kong actress May Lo Mei-mei, with whom he has two daughters.
In 1986, Lo met Jacky Cheung, actor and singer, during the filming of Devoted to You, a movie that they both starred in a decade before.