Diva with giant lungs returns home

Dubbed as the "diva with giant lungs," Tang Tsz-kei, also known as G.E.M. (an abbreviation of Get Everybody Moving), is going back to her birthplace for her world tour.
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In 2015, Chinese singer and songwriter Tang Tsz-kei was ranked 11th in the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list. In 2016, she was the only Asian artist featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30.

Dubbed as the “diva with giant lungs,” Tang Tsz-kei, also known as G.E.M. (an abbreviation of Get Everybody Moving), is going back to her birthplace for her world tour.

Born into a musical background in Shanghai in 1991, the Chinese singer, songwriter and actress is known for her powerful vocal range and stage presence. Tang has released an eponymous EP and four albums: “18…,” “My Secret,” “Xposed” and “Heartbeat,” including hit singles like “Bubble,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Hourglass,” “My Secret” and “Long Distance.”

Since her debut on the 2014 edition of a popular Chinese singing competition “I Am A Singer,” Tang rose to fame in China with her dynamic singing and eye-catching performances. Her original works, together with her arrangements and unique illustrations on several covers, such as “Existence,” “Like You,” “Falling” and “Lady Marmalade” gained her a second place finish in the competition. 

The versatile artist is also a multi-talented musician and can play several instruments including guitar, piano and drums. In 2015, she was ranked 11th in the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list. In 2016, she was the only Asian artist featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30.

Entitled “Queen of Hearts,” the world tour will go to other cities like Tianjin and Xi’an after her home-coming concert in Shanghai.


Date: August 4-5, 7:30pm

Tickets: 380-1,280 yuan

Venue: Mercedes-benz Arena

Address: 1200 Expo Ave, Pudong New Area

浦东新区世博大道1200号

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