At the age of seven, Yin Guang began to study Cantonese opera. In 1970, he came to Hong Kong from Vietnam to develop his entertainment business. Later, he began to perform in the "beautiful TV" program. In order to match the funny image of the program, Yin Guang adapted the Cantonese Opera from the class (Cantonese Opera Encyclopedia) into a ditty, which fully showed Yin Guang's versatility and created and carried forward the ditty culture of Hong Kong. The program greatly increased Yin Guang's popularity, and later released his first record, 14 seats. Yin Guang has released more than 20 best-selling albums, such as "Fourteen seats", "Fen Fei Yan", "big brother Cheng", "iron window red tears", "words know better than home", "dream of Red Mansions", etc. The first theme song sung for the film is "bus adventure and marriage", which is very familiar to all of us. He skillfully filled Guangdong music with witty and self satisfied Guangdong lyrics, and sang a Cantonese song that "satirizes and criticizes the current situation of Hong Kong, but also arouses the common voice of Hong Kong people. It can be said that everyone knows the news in the street, and everyone knows it. Everyone will sing a few songs His favorite works include "Fourteen seats", "Seven Dwarfs" and "Hollywood". However, the lyrics are vulgar, so there are few record stores selling Yin Guang's records, which can only be found in Temple Street and other places. In 1990's, he and Zhu Mimi performed some golden songs in tavern tonight, and the purified version of their first famous song.
In recent years, Yin Guang has continued to perform in the music world. For example, in March 2008, he held "Yin Guang 08 good fun concert" at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. In March 2009, the "2009 Golden rotten concert" was held at the Hong Kong Stadium. It's very popular.
In 2007, Mr. Yin performed the Asian TV series "the difference in spiritual home" and "the sixteen no joy". He is currently a contract male artist in Asia TV.
2007: lingshe different as Yin Guangming
2007: "Sixteen don't take joy" as he Jiasheng
1991: "Bu Wen Sao" as Yin Guangguang
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