Global Chinese Pop Chart

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The Global Chinese Pop Chart (全球华语歌曲排行榜, quánqiú huáyŭ gēqŭ páihángbàng) is a Chinese language popular music pop music chart compiled by 7 Chinese language radio stations. It was founded in 2001 by Beijing Music Radio, Shanghai Eastern Broadcasting (zh), Radio Guangdong, Radio Television Hong Kong, Hit Fm Taiwan, subsequently replaced by Taipei Pop Radio, and Malaysia's 988 FM.[1] The chart definition of "Chinese language" covers all three main genres of C-pop: Mandopop, Cantopop and Hokkien pop.


The awards and concert take place in the first week of September each year


  1. ^ Billboard - 23 Sep 2000 - Page 57 Vol. 112, No. 39 "By Winnie Chung, Hong Kong — The first-ever unified Chinese pop music chart in Asia will officially make its debut Sept. 30. Seven Asian regional radio stations have pooled resources to set up the new Global Chinese Pop chart. They are Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), Beijing Music Radio, East Radio Shanghai, Radio Guangdong, Taiwan-based Broadcasting Corp. of China, Radio Corp. of Singapore, and Malaysia's Radio Rediffusion."

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