Dr. Lunlun Zou leaded a group of outstanding Guzheng students performing in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on Jan 24th. It was a wonderful performance on that day and students had gained valuable on-stage performing experience. They worked together to promote positive life attitude by mean of music!
International pianist Lang Lang visited Hong Kong on Jan 23rd, 2016. He met Guzheng Master Lunlun Zou in an occasion and exchanged ideas. Lang Lang and Lunlun are both professional artists, and they appreciate each other’s work. Lang Lang even signed on the Guzheng from Lunlun and acknowledged her work on promoting Chinese Arts to the world.
Congratulations to Dr. Lunlun Zou for her World Outstanding Chinese Award. Lunlun is the first performer gaining this award. She has founded IAMA with a goal of helping the public to understanding chinese traditional music. She also helps raise fund for charity by performing guzheng.
For details, please refer to wenweipo on September 23rd, 2015.
On 8 September 2014 Lunlun Zou’s students performed at the Mid-Autumn festival party the Hong Kong Country Club which was attended by more than 500 members and guests. Their performance was well received by the audience. The performance started with a cheerful duet “Fengyang Flower Drum”, followed by the elegant classic Songs of “Fishermen’s Joyous Return”.
Coria Wong’s solo “Song of Fishing Ling ” and Zoe Leung’s solo “Autumn Moon over Han Palace” presented audience vivid graphics of beautiful moonlight by melody. Georgette Tso’s rendition of Shan Bei folk song “Nanniwan” has ignited the atmosphere of the party. And Yannis Lin’s amazing techniques when playing “Sunshine over Jin Gang Mountain” was warmly applauded by the audience. Maisie Luk played “Spring Returned to Snow-capped Peaks”, followed by “The Moon Represents My Heart” by Master Lunlun Zou and violinist Du Lan. Their performance has brought the party to a climax. The performance ended with guzheng ensemble “Fighting with Typhoon” by Master Zou and her students which they won the audience by their outstanding techniques, elegant style and passion.
The success of the performance is contributed by students of the Lunlun Zou Guzheng Studio and sponsors. Others participating in the performance were Ruby Wong, Melissa Wong, Timtim Hong, E Tech Wong, Alice Siu, Rosa Ho Ching Sui and Candy Tsing Ying.
Special thanks to Mr Gary Tso and Mrs Victoria Tso.
Start your Chinese New Year celebrations on the right note!
You are warmly invited to “Oriental Trio”, a concert of Chinese traditional music by the band “Oriental Trio” (also known as “3 Girls’ Band” and “Three Sisters”) to be held at the Utzon Room in the Sydney Opera House on Saturday 8 February 2014 commencing at 3:00 pm.
This special concert celebrates Chinese culture at the time of the Chinese New Year Festival; promoting Chinese–Australian cultural interaction, developing friendship and passing on Chinese traditional culture to the next generation. It is also to show appreciation to those who have supported Oriental Trio and promoted Chinese music in Australia over recent years.
The concert features three Chinese-Australian musicians playing the guzheng (Lunlun Zou), erhu (Ying Liu), pipa (Lulu Liu) and presenting an original selection of beautifully evocative traditional and contemporary Chinese music, and Australian compositions with Chinese influences. The concert will also feature guest Australian musicians performing with the Oriental Trio.
As the concert will be recorded live by Fine Music 102.5, please ensure that you are seated by 2:50 pm.
We are delighted to inform you that we now accept the Bitcoin payment method, in addition to PayPal (major credit cards), cheques and cash.
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With this, we join rapidly growing ranks of progressive merchants across the world.
Lunlun Zou Guzheng Studio is the first Hong Kong business to accept Bitcoin.
Lunlun Zou officially started accepting Bitcoin cryptocurrency as a convenient alternative to conventional payment methods. Soon after the announcement was made on Lunlun Zou’s website, a number of major media outlets has shown tremendous amount of interest. Since 25 November 2013, Lunlun has been interviewed by various organisations about how she adopts latest internet technology to facilitate the education of traditional Chinese music. The Lunlun Zou Guzheng Studio has received scores of enquiries from acclaimed TV and press institutions including CNN, BBC, TVB Jade, South China Morning Post, Ming Pao, HK Economic Times, Next Magazine, RTHK Radio, as well as Bitcoin-focused on-line magazines.
Some interviews with Lunlun Zou on television can be viewed below:
Lunlun Zou discusses Bitcoin on CCTV’s Biz Asia Programme
Lunlun Zou discusses Bitcoin on TVB Jade’s Scoop Programme
Lunlun Zou discusses Bitcoin on TVB Jade’s Financial Times Programme