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Lay (entertainer)
Zhang Yixing (simplified Chinese: 张艺兴; traditional Chinese: 張藝興) (born (1991-10-07)October 7, 1991), known professionally as Lay (Korean: 레이), is a Chinese

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LayLay in October 2018Native name张艺兴BornZhang Jiashuai[1]
(1991-10-07) October 7, 1991 (age 27)
Changsha, Hunan, ChinaNationalityChineseOccupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • dancer
  • actor
Years active1998–2006
2012–presentMusical careerGenres
  • C-pop
  • K-pop
  • dance-pop
  • R&B
  • EDM
  • hip hop
  • SM
  • Easy
Associated acts
  • Exo
  • Exo-M
  • SM Town
  • SM The Performance
Chinese nameTraditional Chinese張藝興Simplified Chinese张艺兴TranscriptionsStandard MandarinHanyu PinyinZhāng YìxīngBirth nameTraditional Chinese張加帥Simplified Chinese张加帅TranscriptionsStandard MandarinHanyu PinyinZhāng Jiāshuài Websitelay.smtown.com

Zhang Yixing (simplified Chinese: 张艺兴; traditional Chinese: 張藝興) (born (1991-10-07)October 7, 1991),[2] known professionally as Lay (Korean: 레이), is a Chinese singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor. He is a member of the South Korean-Chinese boy group Exo and its sub-unit Exo-M.[3] He was first known after participating in the Chinese TV talent show Star Academy in 2005.[4]

In April 25, a personal studio was established for Lay's solo activities in China. In September 2015, he released his autobiography titled Standing Firm at 24, which broke several online book records. In July 2016, Lay was appointed by the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) of Changsha as a publicity ambassador, the first celebrity to hold such title. On October 28, 2016, Lay released his first EP Lose Control in South Korea and China. The EP was a commercial success peaking at number one on the Gaon Album Chart as well as number four on Billboard's US World Albums chart, and made him the first Chinese artist to enter the iTunes Top 60. Kantar Millward Brown and China’s business magazine CBN Weekly recently launched the CelebrityZ Top 100 Most Valuable Celebrities where he came in at the 23rd spot.[5]

In September 2017, he came in at the 20th spot on the 2017 Forbes China Celebrity 100 List with estimated earnings of 120 million yuan.[6]

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Career
    • 2.1 2012–2014: Debut with Exo
    • 2.2 2014–2015: Solo activities and acting career beginnings
    • 2.3 2016: Rising popularity and solo debut
    • 2.4 2017: Mainstream popularity
    • 2.5 2018: U.S. debut
  • 3 Other activities
    • 3.1 Endorsements
  • 4 Artistry
  • 5 Philanthropy
  • 6 Discography
  • 7 Filmography
    • 7.1 Film
    • 7.2 Television series
    • 7.3 Variety show
  • 8 Awards and nominations
    • 8.1 Music programs awards
      • 8.1.1 CCTV-15's Global Chinese Music
      • 8.1.2 Tencent's Yo! Bang
  • 9 Bibliography
  • 10 References
  • 11 External links
Early life

Lay was born in Changsha, Hunan, China[2] on October 7, 1991.[7] His first known acting role was at six years old, starring as Huan Huan in the 1998 Chinese television drama We The People.[8] In 2000, at nine years old, Lay participated in a Chinese TV show as a fan club member of the Taiwanese singer and actor Jimmy Lin, giving him his first contact with the entertainment industry.[citation needed] Lay began his career as a local child star after winning third place in a competition organized by the Hunan-based TV show Star Academy in 2005.[4] He also appeared in an episode of Yue Ce Yue Xin Kai and Liu Na's variety show, Na Ke Bu Yi Yang between 2005 and 2006.[citation needed] In April 2006, he auditioned for a leading part in Zhang Jizhong's The Duke of Mount Deer, but did not win the role despite being a finalist.[citation needed]

In 2008, Lay auditioned for SM Entertainment at the company's global casting auditions in Changsha.[9] At the time of the auditions, he was 16 years old and studying at the High School Attached to Hunan Normal University, where he was featured as an outstanding student for his achievements.[citation needed] After successfully passing the auditions, Lay moved to South Korea for his idol training. In 2011, prior to his debut with Exo, he briefly worked with Shinee during their Shinee World concert tour as Jonghyun's dance replacement.[10]

Career 2012–2014: Debut with Exo See also: Exo (band) Lay at the Exo from Exoplanet #1 – The Lost Planet concert in Jakarta on September 6, 2014.

Lay was first unveiled as a member in a teaser video titled "Phoenix" in January 2012.[11] Following the release of the singles "What Is Love" and "History" in 2012, he and the other eleven members held their pre-debut showcase in Seoul's Olympic Stadium on March 31,[12] and a second showcase and press conference in Beijing at the Great Hall of the Beijing University of International Business and Economics. [13] The group debuted on April 8, 2012 with their title song "Mama", and Exo-M's first performance in China was publicly televised at the 12th Yinyue Fengyun Bang Awards.[14]

In December 2012, Lay was featured in SM Entertainment's project dance group SM the Performance featuring SM's best dancers, alongside fellow Exo member Kai and labelmates Yunho, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Minho and Taemin. On December 29, the group performed their single "Spectrum", which was released the following day, at the 2012 SBS Gayo Daejeon.[15] As his group gained commercial success, Exo's studio album XOXO (album) became the first album to sell more than a million copies in South Korea in 12 years.[16] Their 2014 album Overdose (EP) entered US Billboard's 200 chart.[17][18]

Early in 2014, Lay composed and performed the song "I'm Lay" for his solo performance during Exo's first headlining concert tour The Lost Planet.[19] Later in 2014, he performed another self-composed song titled "I'm Coming" on a special year-end television program on Hunan TV.[20] Lay also composed the song "Promise" from the repackaged edition of Exo's second studio album, Love Me Right. He also wrote the lyrics for the Chinese version of the song, while the Korean version was co-written by Chen and Chanyeol.[21]

2014–2015: Solo activities and acting career beginnings

In August 2014, Lay joined his first variety show, Star Chef as a cast member.[22] In April 2015, SM Entertainment announced that a personal studio had been established for Lay's activities in China.[23] In May 2015, he became a regular cast member of the Chinese reality television show Go Fighting!.[24] Lay subsequently starred in the second,[25] third,[26] and fourth season of Go Fighting,[27] which led to increased recognition for him in China.[28]

Lay at the 24th Seoul Music Awards on January 22, 2015.

On September 18, the limited edition of Lay's autobiography Standing Firm At 24 was published, while the standard edition became available on October 7.[29] The book documents important events throughout his life and broke several online sales records by selling 68,537 copies in the first 24 minutes of pre-sales.[30]With less than three month sale of 1.4 million in royalties, he took the fourth place on 'The 10th Chinese Celebrity Writers List', becoming the youngest celebrity author to enter the charts.[31] He was also the champion of the 2015 installment of the 'Annual Celebrity Book Sales', and took the top spot of 'Asia's Best Books', twice during its monthly ranking and six times for the weekly chart.[32] The book also locked in standings for Rakuten's listings, with 400,000 copies sold within six months.[33]

In October, Lay was announced to be starring as the male lead alongside labelmate Krystal Jung in the South Korean-Chinese romance film Unexpected Love,[34] the poster for which was revealed in the Cannes Film Festival.[35]

In November 2015, Lay made his big screen debut with a supporting role in the Chinese romantic comedy movie Ex-Files 2: The Backup Strikes Back,[36] which was a box office hit, garnering 2 billion in sales within 10 days of its release.[37] He later won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the 2016 China Britain Film Festival for his performance.[38] He also wrote and recorded an original soundtrack for the movie titled "Alone (One Person)", which reached number one on the Baidu Music Chart,[39] and later won Best Movie Original Soundtrack awards at the 16th Top Chinese Music Awards[40] and 4th V-Chart Awards.[41] Lay also starred in the Chinese comedy movie Oh My God,[42] and collaborated with his co-stars Coco Jiang Wen and Li Xiaolu on an original soundtrack for the movie titled "Happy Youth",[43] which debuted at number eight on the Billboard V Chart.[44]

2016: Rising popularity and solo debut

In January 2016, Lay and the other cast members of Go Fighting! appeared in the Chinese movie Royal Treasure.[45] In April 2016, he received the Most Popular Newcomer award at the 16th Top Chinese Music Awards.[40]

In May 2016, Lay made his small screen debut in the Chinese television series To Be A Better Man,[46] which earned high ratings throughout its run. Lay received positive reviews for his acting as an aspiring chef.[47] The same month, Lay released a Chinese song titled "Monodrama (Chinese: 独角戏)" as part of SM Entertainment's Station music project.[48] Written by Lay and co-composed and arranged with Divine Channel,[49] "Monodrama" broke records by staying at number one on YinYueTai's VChart for five consecutive weeks.[50]

Lay at the Exo Planet #3 – The Exo'rdium concert in Bangkok on September, 10 2016.

In July 2016, Lay starred in the Chinese action mystery drama The Mystic Nine, a prequel to The Lost Tomb.[51] The series achieved success, placing first in television ratings and setting a record for the most online views garnered in a day, and has accumulated over 12 billion views in total.[52] Lay was praised for his portrayal of the Chinese opera singer Er Yuehong, and went to star in a spin-off of the television series titled The Mystic Nine Side Story: Flowers Bloom in February, which focused solely on Lay's character.[53] Flowers Bloom in February was a success and has accumulated over 500 million views.[54]

In October 2016, Lay's career as a solo singer began with the release of "What U Need?" as a surprise gift for his fans on his birthday.[55] The song hit the number four spot on the China V Chart and Billboard's World Digital Songs, and had also entered the top 60 on the US iTunes chart, historically making Lay the first Chinese artist to appear on the chart.[56][57] He performed the song for the first time on October 10 at the 2016 Asia Song Festival in Busan, South Korea.[58]

On October 28, Lay released his debut extended play Lose Control, containing six Mandarin tracks, and the music video for the title song.[59] Lay was involved in much of the production of album as the producer, and was personally in charge of the composition, arrangement and writing the lyrics of every song – as well as translating the lyrics himself into three other languages other than Chinese including English, Korean and Japanese.[60] The song "Lose Control" stayed as number one on Billboard's China V Chart for six weeks in a row,[61] and was one of the most viewed music video around the world.[62] The album Lose Control broke the record in South Korea for the most sales by a solo artist, with pre-orders surpassing 200,000 copies and peaking at #1 on the Gaon Album Chart.[63][64] It also reached number four on Billboard's US World Albums chart.[65] He performed "Lose Control" for the first time on the music program The Show on November 15.[66]

2017: Mainstream popularity

On January 27, Lay made his maiden appearance on CCTV Spring Gala Festival and sang a duet alongside Chinese actor Jing Boran.[67] The same month, he starred in the Indian-Chinese action film Kung Fu Yoga directed by Stanley Tong alongside Jackie Chan, playing an archaeologist assistant.[68] He reportedly suffered minor injuries as per the action scenes required from his character.[69] A post-release music video, "Goosebump" sung by Fazilpuria featured him and Jackie Chan together.[70]

Lay at press conference for The Founding of an Army on July 24, 2017.

In April, Lay starred in the Chinese patriotic film The Founding of an Army,[71] and was praised for his portrayal of Lu Deming.[72] Later in April, Lay starred in the Chinese remake of the hit Japanese romance television series Operation Love.[73] He composed and sang the OST, "Pray" for the drama.[74]

In July, Lay was revealed to be the voice actor of the Chinese version of Disney's cartoon film Cars 3.[75]

On September 25, Lay released the music video for "I Need U", a pre-release track from his album Lay 02 Sheep.[76] The music video ranked number one on Billboard's China Weibo Live Chart.[77] On October 7, his first studio album Lay 02 Sheep was released together with the music video for lead track Sheep.[78] On its first day of digital sales, the album broke five records on QQ Music: Gold, Double Gold, Triple Gold, Platinum and Diamond Record (¥5 million in 9 hours 11 minutes).[79][80] The album premiere "2017 Zhang Yixing Showcase" was held at the Beijing National Aquatics Center on October 12, where he performed "I Need You", "Sheep" and other singles.[81]

On December 22, Lay released his second extended play Winter Special Gift on QQ Music and KuGou app.[82] The music video of the lead song for the album, "Goodbye Christmas" was also released on the same day.[83] Within one day of digital sales, the album broke four records of Gold, Double Gold, Triple Gold and Platinum on QQ Music.[84][better source needed] The album later broke Diamond record on QQ Music.[85][86]

On December 28, Lay was announced to be starring in historical drama Empress of the Ming, playing the role of Emperor Yingzong of Ming; which is scheduled to air in 2019.[87][88]

2018: U.S. debut

On January 15, Lay released the theme song "Everything Like You" for the public welfare movie, I'm Beside You.[89] The same month, Lay was appointed the presenter as well as dance coach of iQiyi's talent recruiting program Idol Producer.[90] In April, he attended the 2018 CCTV New Year's Gala where he performed a dance collaboration stage with Huang Bo and William Chan.[91] In May, Lay participated in the national anthem and its music video for Youth Day in China.[92] In July, he filmed a guest appearance for the web series, The Tomb of Sea which aired on Tencent.[93] In August, Lay starred in Huang Bo's directorial debut film The Island, where he received acclaim for his comedic performance.[94]

Lay made his first US appearance at the music festival Lollapalooza where he collaborated with Alan Walker.[95] The duo later collaborated on a remixed version of Lay's previous single "Sheep", titled "Sheep Relift" on August 30.[96] The same month, it was announced Lay will participate in "Let’s Shut Up and Dance", as part of Michael Jackson's tribute single.[97]

On September 21, Lay announced his third studio album Namanana. The album will contain 22 songs including a collaboration with Bazzi, 11 of which are in Chinese language with English counterparts for each. Lay is also set to debut in the U.S. under the name Lay Zhang.[98] He pre-released a song titled “Give Me a Chance” from the album on October 5.[99] Namanana was released worldwide on October 19.[100] The album debuted at 21 on the Billboard 200 chart, making Lay the highest ranked Mandopop artist.[101]

Lay was confirmed to star as the main lead in the Chinese fantasy adventure series The Golden Eyes, which would be released in December.[102][103]

Other activities Lay promoting a brand on April 1, 2017.

In July 2016, Lay was appointed by the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) of Changsha as a publicity ambassador, the first celebrity to hold such title.[104] Since then, he has served as the publicity ambassador for three consecutive years.[105]

In October 2017, Lay signed a contract with the vice president of Tencent Music Entertainment Group where he became a member of "Music+ Plan" (Music+ 计划) alongside TFBoys, Wang Leehom and more.[106]

In September 2018, Lay signed an agreement with Easy Entertainment whereby his personal studio will collaborate with Easy Entertainment to create a new team to manage Lay's promotional activities.[107][108]


Lay has served as a promotional ambassador for Huawei Nova from 2015 to 2018.[109][110][111]


Lay has composed and produced multiple songs including "Exo 2014" by Exo[112] and the whole of his solo albums, Lose Control (EP),[113] Lay 02 Sheep, Winter Special Gift and Namanana.[114] He also wrote and composed his 2015 SM Station single "Monodrama". Lay composed "Alone", the original sound track for his 2015 romantic-comedy film Ex-Files 2, as well as "Prayer", for his 2017 Chinese web-drama Operation Love. He holds composition credits for the song "Not to be Continued" by Chinese female artist Karen Mok which was released in May 2018 for her 25th anniversary album[115] and later for MC Jin’s debut single on the same year. In April 2018, Lay won the "Best Producer" award at the Chinese Top Ten Music Awards.[116] He revealed in an interview that he lost over 99 unreleased tracks that he composed over the years. Apart from Karen Mok, he holds composition credits to songs released by Yu Quan, MC Jin and Show Luo.[117]


In February 2015, Lay participated in the "Return Home with Love for A Thousand Miles", a large-scale public welfare activities and volunteer project. The project included on-site delivery of relief supplies to labour workers which helps them return home faster and to help labour workers in a timely manner to reinforce physical safety.[118] On May 2, Lay established his own foundation entitled, "Zhang Yixing Arts Scholarship" on behalf of providing scholarship for his alma mater middle school, Hunan Masters College Middle School where he will donate 100 thousand yuan annually.[119][120][121] His intentions were encourage talented youth to pursue their dreams.[122] On September 7, Lay responded to a campus soccer public welfare project, "Summit of Hope" (“希望之颠”). He uploaded a video on his Weibo account in an attempt to publicise the project.[123]

On February 1, 2016, Lay donated an undisclosed amount to a joint Weibo public welfare funding project (#一起9加1#) which aids impoverished families for the upcoming Lunar New Year.[124] In March 2016, during the second season of Go Fighting!, Lay and the other cast members visited a community-run migrant worker dependent school located in Chuansha Xin Town of Shanghai as part of the "Go Fighting Welfare Development Project" (“极限公益成长计划”). The initiative donated more than 1.2 million yuan worth of materials for over 12 schools nationwide.[125] On May 1, Lay participated in the Youku "Go Fighting Minute Challenge" public welfare project on Weibo where he sent greetings to as many friends and families as possible in one minute and urged the public to express positive energy and to donate to charity.[126] With previously having his own foundation established, he further donated another 1 million yuan and a piano to his alma mater.[127][128] Later that year, in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of his alma mater, Lay once more donated another 1 million yuan of fund to his scholarship foundation.[129][130] On July 2, Lay was honourably appointed as the Publicity Ambassador of the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC),[131] expressed that he will dedicate himself to his appointment and appealed to the public to do charity through singing the national anthem.[131][132][133] On September 9, Lay attended the 2016 BAZAAR Stars’ Charity Night which resulted in him donating 10 ambulances with worth amounting to 700 thousand yuan.[134] Due to his charitable contributions, Lay was ranked number 15th by the China Philanthropist Magazine in the '2016 China's Top Philanthropist Celebrity List'.[135]

On September 9, 2017, Lay attended the 2017 BAZAAR Stars’ Charity Night and donated 15 ambulances, valued at 1.05 million yuan.[136] In January 2018, he starred in a public welfare movie 'm Beside You in which he sang and composed the theme song.[89] On March 30, 2018, he starred as a guest recitalist in CCTV's Trust in China talk show.[137] Lay ranked number 18 by the China Philanthropist Magazine in the '2017 China's Top Philanthropist Celebrity List'.[138]

Discography Main article: Lay discography See also: Exo discography
  • Lay 02 Sheep (2017)
  • Namanana (2018)
Filmography Film Year English title Original title Role Notes 2015 SMTOWN The Stage Himself Documentary of SM Town[139] Ex-Files 2: The Backup Strikes Back 前任2:备胎反击战 Lee Xianghe Special appearance Oh My God 从天儿降 Le Yi 2016 Royal Treasure 极限挑战 Himself The Mystic Nine Side Story: Flowers Bloom in February 老九门番外之二月花开 Er Yuehong Web film 2017 Kung Fu Yoga 功夫瑜伽 Zhu Xiaoguang The Founding of an Army 建军大业 Lu Deming Special appearance Cars 3 N/A Jackson Storm (voice) Chinese voice dub 2018 I'm Beside You 我在你身边 Public welfare film; Cameo The Island 一出好戏 Xiao Xing TBA Unexpected Love 闭嘴!爱吧 Han Bin Television series Year English title Original title Role Network Notes 1998 We The People 咱老百姓 Huan Huan Beijing TV Pre-debut 2015 Exo Next Door 우리 옆집에 엑소가 산다 Himself Naver TV Cast Special appearance 2016 To Be A Better Man 好先生 Xiao Cai (Cai Mingjun) Jiangsu TV, Zhejiang TV The Mystic Nine 老九门 Er Yuehong Dragon TV, iQiyi 2017 Operation Love 求婚大作战 Yan Xiaolai Dragon TV, Tencent 2018 The Tomb of Sea 沙海 Jie Yuchen Tencent Special appearance The Island 一出好戏 Ma Xiaoxing iQiyi Web drama version of film The Island[140] The Golden Eyes 黄金瞳 Zhuang Rui TBA 2019 Empress of the Ming 大明皇妃·孙若微传 Zhu Qizhen TBA Variety show Year English title Chinese title Role Netork Notes 2014 Star Chef 星厨驾到 Main cast Jiangsu TV 2015–present Go Fighting! 极限挑战 Dragon TV season 1–4 2018 Idol Producer 偶像练习生 MC iQiyi 即刻电音 Cast member Tencent [141] Awards and nominations See also: List of awards and nominations received by Exo Music Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2015 Asian Influence Awards Oriental Ceremony Best Influential All-Rounded Artist N/A Won [142] Eastern Entertainment Influence Awards Music Pioneer of the Year Won [143] Baidu Music King Awards Best OST of the Year Alone Won [144] 2016 The 4th V Chart Awards Best Film Song of the Year Won [41] 16th Top Chinese Music Awards Best OST of the Year Won [40] Best Newcomer Award N/A Won 2017 The 5th V Chart Awards Top Male Artist (Mainland) Won [145] Best Album of the Year Lose Control Won 2nd Tencent Video Star Awards Album of the Year Sheep Won [146] Billboard Radio China Top 10 Chinese Songs of the Year Won [147] 2018 25th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards Album of the Year Won [148] Most Popular Male Artist N/A Won Producer of the Year Won 9th Annual Power Fashion Awards Producer of the Year Won [149] Filmography Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2016 18th Huading Awards Best New Actor N/A Nominated [150] 4th China Britain Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Ex-Files 2: The Backup Strikes Back Won [38] 3rd The Actors of China Awards Male Actor Award N/A Nominated [151] 2017 22nd Huading Awards Best New Actor Award To Be A Better Man Nominated [152] 2nd China Television Drama Quality Ceremony Best All-Rounded Artist N/A Won [153] 9th Macau International Movie Festival Best Supporting Actor The Founding of an Army Nominated [154] Others 2015 12th Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards Best Beauty of the Year N/A Won [155] 2016 China Writer's Rich List Awards Celebrity Author Award (4th Prize) Standing Firm at 24 Won [32] Asia Book Awards Terrific Author of the Year Won [156] LeEco Entertainment Sharing Night Ceremony Most Influential Idol Award N/A Won [157] 2016 ENAwards Influential Artist List Won [158] 2017 CCTV Flowers in the May Gala Outstanding Youth Award Won [159] Esteemed Comradely Youth Award Won [160] 2017 Weibo TV Online Video Awards Most Weibo Fans Award Won [161] 14th Esquire Man At His Best Awards Man of the Year Award Won [162] 2018 CCTV Flowers in the May Gala Outstanding Youth Actor Award Won [163] Music programs awards CCTV-15's Global Chinese Music Year Date Song Ref. 2017 May 14 "Pray" [164] Tencent's Yo! 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  1. Yao Ming
  2. Zhang Ziyi
  3. Zhao Wei
  4. Faye Wong
  5. Gong Li
  6. Zhang Yimou
  7. Zhou Xun
  8. Leon Lai
  9. Sun Nan
  10. Jet Li
  11. Carina Lau
  12. Han Hong
  13. Lu Yi
  14. Yu Quan
  15. Sun Jihai
  16. Na Ying
  17. Wang Zhizhi
  18. Zhao Benshan
  19. Ge You
  20. Li Tie
  1. Yao Ming
  2. Zhang Ziyi
  3. Liu Xiang
  4. Zhao Wei
  5. Faye Wong
  6. Zhang Yimou
  7. Zhou Xun
  8. Sun Nan
  9. Carina Lau
  10. Fan Bingbing
  11. Lu Yi
  12. Gong Li
  13. Dao Lang
  14. Chen Kun
  15. Ge You
  16. Tian Liang
  17. Guo Jingjing
  18. Feng Xiaogang
  19. Zhao Benshan
  20. Liu Ye
  1. Yao Ming
  2. Zhou Xun
  3. Zhang Ziyi
  4. Zhao Wei
  5. Liu Xiang
  6. Li Yuchun
  7. Fan Bingbing
  8. Chen Kaige
  9. Sun Nan
  10. Li Bingbing
  11. Carina Lau
  12. Feng Xiaogang
  13. Gong Li
  14. Lu Yi
  15. Zhao Benshan
  16. Chen Kun
  17. Chen Hao
  18. Xu Jinglei
  19. He Jiong
  20. Guo Jingjing
  1. Yao Ming
  2. Liu Xiang
  3. Zhang Yimou
  4. Zhang Ziyi
  5. Gong Li
  6. Zhou Xun
  7. Fan Bingbing
  8. Li Yuchun
  9. Xu Jinglei
  10. Carina Lau
  11. Feng Xiaogang
  12. Zheng Jie & Yan Zi
  13. Li Bingbing
  14. Zhao Benshan
  15. Jane Zhang
  16. Hu Jun
  17. Chen Kun
  18. Chen Daoming
  19. Chen Hao
  20. Ge You
  1. Yao Ming
  2. Liu Xiang
  3. Jet Li
  4. Yi Jianlian
  5. Zhang Ziyi
  6. Fan Bingbing
  7. Zhao Wei
  8. Zhou Xun
  9. Li Bingbing
  10. Zhao Benshan
  11. Gong Li
  12. Xu Jinglei
  13. Guo Degang
  14. Zhang Guoli
  15. Jane Zhang
  16. Huang Xiaoming
  17. Ge You
  18. Lin Dan
  19. Sun Li
  20. Huang Shengyi
  1. Yao Ming
  2. Zhang Ziyi
  3. Yi Jianlian
  4. Guo Jingjing
  5. Liu Xiang
  6. Jet Li
  7. Zhao Wei
  8. Fan Bingbing
  9. Zhou Xun
  10. Li Bingbing
  11. Sun Li
  12. Gong Li
  13. Ge You
  14. Zhang Yining
  15. Zhao Benshan
  16. Huang Xiaoming
  17. Lin Dan
  18. Zhang Yimou
  19. Zhang Guoli
  20. Wang Liqin
  1. Jackie Chan
  2. Jay Chou
  3. Andy Lau
  4. Yao Ming
  5. Zhang Ziyi
  6. Zhao Benshan
  7. Jolin Tsai
  8. Donnie Yen
  9. Liu Xiang
  10. Fan Bingbing
  11. Lin Chi-ling
  12. Eason Chan
  13. Lu Chen
  14. Nicholas Tse
  15. Aaron Kwok
  16. Li Yuchun
  17. Sun Honglei
  18. Zhou Xun
  19. Huang Xiaoming
  20. Zhao Wei
  1. Andy Lau
  2. Jay Chou
  3. Faye Wong
  4. Jackie Chan
  5. Yao Ming
  6. Donnie Yen
  7. Zhang Ziyi
  8. Jet Li
  9. Fan Bingbing
  10. Zhao Benshan
  11. Huang Xiaoming
  12. Wang Leehom
  13. Lin Chi-ling
  14. Feng Xiaogang
  15. Jolin Tsai
  16. Barbie Shu
  17. Jiang Wen
  18. Eason Chan
  19. Jacky Cheung
  20. Zhang Yimou
  1. Jay Chou
  2. Andy Lau
  3. Fan Bingbing
  4. Faye Wong
  5. Li Na
  6. Zhao Benshan
  7. Jolin Tsai
  8. Yao Ming
  9. Jackie Chan
  10. Lin Chi-ling
  11. Eason Chan
  12. Nicholas Tse
  13. Yang Mi
  14. Zhang Ziyi
  15. Jacky Cheung
  16. Wang Leehom
  17. Show Lo
  18. Donnie Yen
  19. Shu Qi
  20. Li Bingbing
  1. Fan Bingbing
  2. Jay Chou
  3. Andy Lau
  4. Jackie Chan
  5. Zhang Ziyi
  6. Eason Chan
  7. Yang Mi
  8. Huang Xiaoming
  9. Jolin Tsai
  10. Lin Chi-ling
  11. Li Na
  12. Wang Leehom
  13. Zhao Benshan
  14. Show Lo
  15. Li Yuchun
  16. Mo Yan
  17. Shu Qi
  18. Donnie Yen
  19. Faye Wong
  20. Mayday
  1. Fan Bingbing
  2. Andy Lau
  3. Jay Chou
  4. Huang Xiaoming
  5. Zhang Ziyi
  6. Yang Mi
  7. Lin Chi-ling
  8. Li Na
  9. Nicky Wu
  10. Jackie Chan
  11. Eason Chan
  12. Mayday
  13. Show Lo
  14. Wang Leehom
  15. Zhou Xun
  16. Nicholas Tse
  17. Donnie Yen
  18. Jimmy Lin
  19. Hawick Lau
  20. Jolin Tsai
  1. Fan Bingbing
  2. Jay Chou
  3. Nicholas Tse
  4. Jackie Chan
  5. Huang Xiaoming
  6. Sun Li
  7. Zhao Wei
  8. Andy Lau
  9. Li Yifeng
  10. Eason Chan
  11. G.E.M.
  12. Angelababy
  13. Li Bingbing
  14. Wang Feng
  15. Li Na
  16. Jolin Tsai
  17. Zhou Xun
  18. Carina Lau
  19. Li Chen
  20. Tiffany Tang
  1. Fan Bingbing
  2. Luhan
  3. Yang Mi
  4. Zhao Liying
  5. Yang Yang
  6. Liu Tao
  7. Jackie Chan
  8. Angelababy
  9. Jay Chou
  10. Kris Wu
  11. Li Yifeng
  12. Deng Chao
  13. Sun Li
  14. Tiffany Tang
  15. Chen Kun
  16. Huang Xiaoming
  17. TFBoys
  18. Hu Ge
  19. Liu Shishi
  20. Lay
The table includes only the top 20. In 2010, the list started to include Chinese celebrities born in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and abroad. Prior to that it only included celebrities born in mainland China. Authority control
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