Tomorrow Will Be Better

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Tomorrow will be Better (明天會更好) is a song written by Taiwanese songwriter Lo Ta-yu. It was created in 1985 under the inspiration of the single We Are the World to raise money for World Vision to help with aid to Africa.

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The song was originally sung in Mandarin Chinese and the more than sixty artists involved in the original recording were from the four main Chinese music industry markets of Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan.

Artist Market Song segment
Tsai Chin (蔡琴) Taiwan 1st verse line 1; 3rd and 6th chorus
Yu Tian (余天) Taiwan 1st verse line 2; 3rd, 5th and 6th chorus
Su Rui (蘇芮) Taiwan 1st verse line 3; chorus; 3rd, 4th and 6th chorus
Michelle Pan (潘越雲) Taiwan 1st verse line 4; 3rd and 6th chorus
Jenny Tseng (甄妮) Macau/Taiwan 2nd verse line 1; 3rd and 6th chorus
Li Jianfu (李建复) China/Taiwan 2nd verse line 2; 3rd and 6th chorus
Monique Lin (林慧萍) Taiwan 2nd verse line 3; 3rd and 6th chorus
Jeanette Wang (王芷蕾) Taiwan 2nd verse line 4; 3rd and 6th chorus
Tracy Huang (黃鶯鶯) Taiwan/Singapore 1st chorus line 1-2; 3rd and 6th chorus
Chris Hung (洪榮宏) Taiwan 1st chorus line 3-4; 3rd and 6th chorus
Sarah Chen (陳淑樺) Taiwan 3rd verse line 1; 3rd and 6th chorus
Delphine Chin (金智娟/娃娃) Taiwan 3rd verse line 2; 3rd and 6th chorus
Wang Mon Ling (王夢麟) Taiwan 3rd verse line 3; 3rd and 6th chorus
Li Peijing (李佩菁) 3rd verse line 4; 3rd and 6th chorus
Fei Yu-Ching (費玉清) Taiwan 2nd, 3rd and 6th chorus
Chyi Yu (齊豫) Taiwan 4th verse line 1; 3rd and 6th chorus
Jeng Yi (鄭怡) Taiwan 4th verse line 2; 3rd and 6th chorus
Jody Chiang (江蕙) Taiwan 4th verse line 3; 3rd and 6th chorus
Yang Lin (楊林) 4th verse line 4; 3rd and 6th chorus
Chyi Chin (齊秦) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
Eric Moo (巫启贤) Malaysia 3rd and 6th chorus
Bao Xiaosong (包小松) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
Bao Xiaobo (包小柏) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
Sunnie Wang (王日昇) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
Wen Zhang (文章) Indonesia/Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
Ng Guan Seng (黃元成) from Straw (水草三重唱) Singapore 3rd and 6th chorus
Billy Koh (许环良) from Straw (水草三重唱) Singapore 3rd and 6th chorus
John Koh (许南盛) from Straw (水草三重唱) Singapore 3rd and 6th chorus
Bao Weiming (包偉銘) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
江音傑 3rd and 6th chorus
Jonathan Lee (李宗盛) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
吳大衛 3rd and 6th chorus
林禹勝 3rd and 6th chorus
Shi Hsiao-rong (施孝榮) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
岳雷 Singapore 3rd and 6th chorus
Hsu Nai-lin (徐乃麟) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
徐瑋 3rd and 6th chorus
姚乙 3rd and 6th chorus
陳黎鐘 3rd and 6th chorus
黃慧文 3rd and 6th chorus
張海漢 3rd and 6th chorus
Angus Tung (童安格) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
楊烈 3rd and 6th chorus
楊耀東 3rd and 6th chorus
廖小維 3rd and 6th chorus
羅吉鎮 3rd and 6th chorus
鍾有道 3rd and 6th chorus
張艾嘉 3rd and 6th chorus
Stella Chang (張清芳) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
成鳳 3rd and 6th chorus
李靜 (from 百合二重唱) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
周月綺 (from 百合二重唱) Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
Li Bihua 李碧華 Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
何春蘭 3rd and 6th chorus
芊苓 3rd and 6th chorus
林淑蓉 3rd and 6th chorus
Tai Zhoumei 邰肇玫 Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus
唐曉詩 3rd and 6th chorus
麥瑋婷 3rd and 6th chorus
許慧慧 3rd and 6th chorus
賴佩霞 3rd and 6th chorus
Pauline Lan 藍心湄 Taiwan 3rd and 6th chorus

In 1985, some Hong Kong singers sang a Cantonese lyrics rewriting of the song in 1985 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation. In 2010, many Taiwan singers made another MV of the song.

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