WISHING OUR BURMA CHINESE A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS LUNAR NEW YEAR.

THE SAME LUNAR NEW YEAR IS CELEBRATED BY CHINESE, KOREANS, AND VIETNAMESE.

BELOW ARE SOME TIMI ZHOU’S LIVELY NEW YEAR SONGS AND DANCES. SHE WAS BORN IN TAIWAN.

HER ANCESTORS WERE FROM FUJIAN (FUKIEN) PROVINCE OF CHINA.

SHE SINGS IN MANDARIN AND HOKKIEN/FUJIANESE/FUKIENESE (OR “LET SHAY”/”LONG SLEEVED” PEOPLE IN BURMESE).

HERE SHE IS DRESSED IN THE “YI” NATIONALITY DRESS. YI LANGUAGE IS SAID TO BE CLOSELY RELATED TO BAMAR LANGUAGE PER WIKIPEDIA.

YouTube – 卓依婷 – 大 拜 年 / 恭 喜 大 家 过 新 年 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8kDKj_MHOE&feature=related

YouTube – 卓依婷 – 开 心 又 一 年 (Be Happy For Another Year) 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvoOBLxm4jg&feature=related

YouTube – 卓依婷 (Timi Zhuo) – 好 年 头 好 兆 头 (Good omen for a good year 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0aPp23IJGQ&feature=related

YouTube – 卓依婷 (Timi Zhuo) – 大 地 回 春 满 庭 芳 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrzVAVx_SUk&feature=related

YouTube – 八大巨星 “霸气如虹迎新年 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cQ_zXtWOW8&feature=related

YouTube – 八大巨星 “霸气如虹迎新年 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s72C2H-UVcQ&feature=related

YouTube – 八大巨星 “福禄寿喜” – 拜年 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9U6hQFXmvU&feature=related

YouTube – 八大巨星 “霸气如虹迎新年 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aGQMKMDBiI&feature=related

YouTube – 八大巨星 “霸气如虹迎新年 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-IShz1rC30&feature=related

Timi Zhuo – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Timi Zhuo Yi-Ting () (born October 2, 1981) is a prominent singer from Taiwan. She has recorded about 876 songs in Mandarin and Taiwanese (Hokkien).

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Biography

Timi was born Hsinchuang, Taiwan on October 2, 1981. When she was about the age of 5, her parents introduced her to the world of show business (singing, music, acting). She did many TV commercials and advertisement until the age of 6, when she released her first Hokkien album……

Now, she is currently working on a new album that is supposed to be released in September or October. Timi has also sang at many concerts, beginning from 2003 until now. She is very famous for Chinese New Year songs and she enjoys singing pop and folk music. She currently lives and sings in mainland China and has toured and sang in Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan.

She was given a nickname of “Queen of all soft song singers.”[citation needed]…..

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