Wang Lihong’s wonderful life


Leehom Wang, born May 17, 1976 in Rochester, New York, USA, is a native of Yiwu, Zhejiang; Chinese pop singer, music producer, actor, director; has a double honorary doctorate from Williams University and Berkeley College of Music.

In 1995, he released his debut album “Love Beethoven” to enter the entertainment circle. In 1998, he won the attention with the album “Revolution and Rotation”, and won the Best Mandarin Men’s Singer Award and Best Record Producer Award in the 10th Taiwan Golden Melody Award the following year. In 2000, he entered the film industry with the action movie “Thunder Warrior”. In 2004, he created the chinked-out style in the album “Sun and Moon in the Heart”. In the same year, he won the 15th Taiwan Golden Melody Award for Best Record Producer with his album “Unbelievable“.
In 2006, he won the Best Mandarin Mandarin Singer Award in the 17th Taiwan Golden Melody Award for his album “Heroes of the World”. In 2007, he starred in the drama film “Lust Caution” directed by Ang Lee. In 2008, it was selected by the US website GOLDSEA as one of the “80 most influential American Asians in the United States.” In 2011, he edited and directed the self-directed love movie “Love Notice”. In 2013, he starred in the Hollywood movie “The Hacker Confrontation” and signed the CAA. On October 20th, 2017, the starring music documentary “Full Fire” was released nationwide. In 2018, he starred in the youth romance film “Nothing to Ask West.”

In addition to performing arts, Wang Lihong served as UNICEF International Youth Ambassador in 2002 [15] and served as Taipei City Environmental Ambassador in 2009. He has performed for the Turin Winter Olympics and served as the Olympic torchbearer for the Beijing Olympics and the London Olympics and the Ambassador of the Taipei Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo. In 2011, he and former Taiwanese leader Ma Ying-jeou held a dialogue at Tsinghua University in Taiwan. In 2013, he was invited to give a speech at the University of Oxford on the theme of “Understanding China”.