Overview

Han Lei (Chinese: 韩磊; born February 23, 1968), also known in Mongolian as Senbor, is a Chinese folk and pop singer-songwriter.

Biography

Han Lei (Chinese: 韩磊; born February 23, 1968), also known in Mongolian as Senbor, is a Chinese folk and pop singer-songwriter.

Han was born and raised in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. He is of Mongol descent through his mother, and Han Chinese descent through his father.

Han rose to prominence in 1997 on the CCTV New Year's Gala, performing a song called "1997, A.D." (公元一九九七); in 1998 he returned to the Gala to perform "Zou Sifang" (走四方),[2] one of the most memorable performances in the song and dance category of the Gala that year, which became his signature hit and propelled him to national stardom. He has since appeared on the Gala six more times, the most recent performance in the 2014 show.

Han has also recorded introductory and conclusion theme songs for various Chinese TV Series, including the introductory theme to Kangxi Dynasty and The Emperor in Han Dynasty, "Xiang Tian Zai Jie Wu Bai Nian" (向天在借五百年). He also performed the main theme "I'll Go with you to the Ends of the Earth" (跟着你到天边) in the Zhang Yimou film Coming Home.

Han also participated and was the winner of the Hunan Television show I Am a Singer (season 2).

Information
Info: Singer
Type: Person Male
Period: 1968.2.23 - ..
Age: 56 years
Occupation :Singer
Nation :Mongols

Artist

Update Time:2019-04-11 00:10 / 5 years ago.