Xu Weizhou

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Xu Weizhou
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Born (1994-10-20) 20 October 1994 (age 24)
Alma materNational Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts
OccupationActor, singer, songwriter
Years active2015–present
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese
Musical career
Also known asTimmy Xu (English name)
허위주 (Korean Name)
OriginShanghai, China
GenresC-pop, rock, heavy metal
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, drum, piano, keyboard

Xu Weizhou (born 20 October 1994) known internationally as Timmy Xu, is a Chinese actor and singer-songwriter best known for playing the character Bai Luoyin in Addicted. He was the first artist to achieve top spots on both China's V chart and Mandarin chart in Billboard China within the same week.[1][2] In addition, Xu was the first solo artist from mainland China to hold a concert in South Korea[3][4] and to be officially invited as a guest to Billboard Music Award in 2017.[5]

Early and personal life[edit]

Since childhood, Xu has pursued various artistic endeavors including dancing, singing, music composition, and playing instruments, especially the guitar. He learned Latin dance for more than 10 years and won the gold award from Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD). In high school, Xu formed two rock bands with some of his schoolmates namely: "EggAche" and a death metal rock band "PROME", in which he was the lead guitarist.[6] He and his band "PROME" also won the Midi High School band competition in Shanghai.[7] Moreover, he, together with his band organized and arranged a winter vacation music festival in Shanghai and was featured in the local newspaper. Xu graduated from the Affiliated Senior High School of the Shanghai Theatre Academy. In college, he went to National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts in Beijing[8][9] and graduated in May 2017.

Career[edit]

2015-2016: Career beginnings, Addicted and rising popularity[edit]

While still in college, Xu debuted in a short film called Gaming Madness[10] as one of the leads in October 2015. He also participated in various photo shoots that led him to be discovered and scouted as one of the main leads for a web series Addicted that was broadcast in January 2016.[11] He was also chosen to compose and sing the opening and closing theme songs of the mentioned web series. Later, the full episodes of the series were uploaded on YouTube which made the lead actors popular locally and internationally. Afterwards, Xu began to focus on his music career and on 1 May 2016, he released his first album entitled "Light" and started his Asian concert tours from June to August 2016.

Apart from music, Xu also participated in various fashion magazine photo shoots. Later, he raised his profile and earned numerous awards as "Best New Artist". He was also named as one of Top 20 Most Popular Celebrities on Weibo by Sina Weibo Data Center[12] and earned the title of "New Trend Idol of the year" from Star Magazine.[13] Moreover, his growing popularity has also resulted in first places on several polls[14][15][16] and was invited as a guest to a sundry of radio shows like Billboard Radio China,[17] TofuPOP Radio - BEC Tero Radio in Thailand, Yang Lan 8 p.m. Show, Hongdou Live Interview, FM 101.7 Music Kaleidoscope and NetEase Cloud Music (Xu Weizhou Cold Jokes) as well as web shows and livestreaming events.

On 8 December, he released his single "Fun" which he placed first on several charts. The official music video was released on 15 December.[18][19][20][21][22] His growing popularity also earned him 37th place on 2016 Top 50 Most Internet & Business Celebrity Influencers in China by Data Win.[23]

2017: Variety show debut and miscellaneous activities[edit]

In late January, Xu made his first official variety appearance on Intangible Her that was broadcast on Tencent Video.[24] His successful variety show debut made him reach 5th place on Top 10 Most Popular Variety Stars on the first half of the year.[25] Later in March, Xu sang the Chinese version of "The Heroes", theme song of a Canadian film Snowtime! by Simple Plan where he topped on Billboard China V chart and Mandarin chart within the same week for the second time.[26][27] He also performed the song live together with the rock band on 4 March at Beijing.[28][29] In addition, the Canadian Embassy and Children's Film Association granted him an ambassadorial award to "China-Canada Cultural Exchange" and "Children's Film Promotion" during the film's press conference.[30]

On 1 April, Xu appeared as a guest to a television music show Global Chinese Music Chart currently airing on CCTV15 and performed his song "Fun".[31] Later on, he was selected to sing "Screaming Night", theme song for 2017 iQiyi Screaming Night Concert where its music video was first released during the concert's press conference.[32]

In May, he was officially appointed as the "Starlight" ambassador and was the first mainland artist to be invited to Billboard Music Award in Las Vegas.[33] Afterwards, he played the main character for VOGUE film project called Seize the Moment, a short film which debuted during Cannes Film Festival.[34]

After the success of his debut album last year, he released the 1st quarter of his second solo album entitled "The Time" on 10 August[35] which sold more than 450,000 copies and reached the double platinum record status.[36][37][38] The 2nd quarter was released online for free on 20 October; same day of his 23rd birthday[39] while the 3rd quarter was released on 12 December.[40] He was also chosen to sing the theme song for a British-Chinese action thriller film S.M.A.R.T. Chase entitled "Ruins of Time" written by a famous singer, Jay Chou on 23 August.[41] His songs, "So what", "Leave Me Alone" and "Ruins of Time" ranked 1-3 respectively on most viewed music videos for the 38th and 39th week consecutively on YinYueTai China V Chart.[42][43]

On 1 September, he launched his first photo book entitled “This is Timmy” published by Jingdong.[44] Later, CCTV officially announced that Xu was one of the hundred singers to sing the "China" song for celebrating the 40th anniversary of China's reforms. He also attended the annual Anhui TV Drama Awards on 16 December.[45]

Sina Weibo revealed the "2017 Popular Star" list and Xu got 10th place on Top 10 stars with highest reposting amount with 65.99 million reposts.[46] His post in Sanya got 10th on Top 10 most popular posts with 6.69 million fan-interaction amount. Moreover, 15 Minutes for Craziness ranked 4th on Top 10 music topics with 380 million views. His music video "The Heroes", posted in Sina Music also got 4th place on Top 10 popular music with 0.6 million like/repost/comment.[47]

2018 : TV Drama debut[edit]

20th Century Fox announced that Xu was selected to sing the Chinese promotional song "Maze" produced by Harvey Mason Jr. for the American film Maze Runner: The Death Cure.[48] He was invited to participate in Chinese Spring Festival Gala of three famous China TV stations; Dragon Television, Anhui Television and Beijing Television.[49] On 31 January, he released "The Time - Final Quarter 15 Minutes for Fantasy". After his second album "The Time" was completely released online, he held the press conference for its physical album in Taiwan on 3 February.[50]

In April, he joined the SuperdrySounds project, performed both in the launching global party in London, and the Strawberry Music Festival in Shanghai later that month.[51][52] On April 16, Xu started filming for new TV Series My Girlfriend, the filming finished on June 22.[53]

In May, Xu made his TV variety show debut when he guest-starred in Give Me Five on Zhejiang TV for 2 episodes.[54][55] On May 16, the digital version of The Time was officially released in Thailand, and it went instantly on top on iTunes.[56] On May 26, Xu held the Bangkok concert of his second Asia Tour.[57] On May 28, Tencent announced Xu as their new spokesperson for short video app Weishi.[58]

In June, Xu got the third place on the 100 Asian Heartthrobs of 2018 ranked by Starmometer.[59]

In July, Xu joined Shake It Up, a famous dance variety show on Shanghai TV [60] and he won the second place in the final round of the competition. On July 5, the physical album of The Time started presale on JD.com, and sold more than 13000 copies within one hour.[61] On July 10, the Taiwan version of the physical album of The Time started presale and instantly went on top of the sales rank.[62] Later, Entertainment Star Business revealed 2018 Star Commercial Value List which Xu got first place on Top potential artist.[63] He is also ranked in 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 China artist list.[64]

In October, Xu attended the 5th Silk Road International Film Festival Closing Ceremony and performed his song “Glory”. On October 20, he hold a free concert on his 24th birthday at Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium and also released a new song "Everything About You" for his fans. He was ranked 70th on Top 100 Most Commercial Value Chinese Star in 2018.

In December, He attended the Beijing Television's 2019 New Year Global Gala.

2019 - Present : Movie debut[edit]

Xu attended the Hunan TV Gala for the 100th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement as a representative of outstanding young actors. He was selected to sing the theme song for the China's Youth Integrity Education.

Fashion[edit]

In 2016, Xu was invited as one of the guests to several fashion ceremonies held in China, including Madame Figaro French Excellence Awards, 4th Anniversary of OK! Magazine Awards, Damiani's Dinner Party, Versace 7 Bags for 7 Cities Exhibition, iFeng Fashion Choice Awards, PEACEBIRD Woman 2017 S/S Fashion Show, L'Officiel Fashion Night, BVLGARI x Vogue GEM DREAM Exhibition, Vogue's 11th Anniversary Ceremony, Sina Weibo Fan Carnival, Bazaar's Men of the Year, 13th Esquire Man at His Best Award Ceremony, Trendshealth Award Ceremony, ELLE Style Awards Ceremony and Shanghai Divine Michelangelo Exhibition. In July 2016, China Luxury, Beauty and Fashion Insights published the Top 100 Most Valuable Fashion Influencers based on Key Opinion Leader Index (KOLs) and he ranked 4th on weibo celebrities category.[65] In addition, Timmy Xu Limited Edition Eyeglasses, launched by INMIX, become best-selling series with 4,672 pieces.[66]

In 2017, Men's Uno China has unveiled “Men's Uno Young”, a brand new magazine for China's post-90s generation which he was the very first cover of Men's Uno Young representing the young attitude and spirit of post '90s youths.[67] Its photographs were also published in Men's Uno Taiwan limited edition. Later on, he was invited to Vogue's Condé Nast Century Exhibition, Hong Kong Kenzo Grand Opening, Shanghai Longines Global Champions Tour,[68] Tiffany & Co Night Party, Fendi PEEKABOO Exhibition, VOGUE film premier, London Superdry Music party, Valentino I Love Spike, Mika Ninagawa's Exhibition, 14th Esquire Man at His Best Award Ceremony, Grazia 60th Anniversary Street Fashion Power Exhibition, L'Officiel Fashion Night, Men's Uno Young Anniversary Party and HARPER's BAZAAR 150th Anniversary Exhibition. In addition, he was officially invited by Givenchy as a guest to its F/W 2017 Men's Paris Fashion Week in France.[69][70] On top of that, his digital fashion video became a hot trending topic during that time. It also broke the historical record in the social posts and views with more than 500 million readings.[71] And on 8 March, he was also invited by Moncler Gamme Rouge and Louis Vuitton to F/W 2017 Women's Paris Fashion Week.[72][73] In April, he was officially announced as an ambassador for the 14th anniversary of Men's Health[74] and Italian luxury Brand Fendi in June.[75] Later, Givenchy decided to opt him, a KOLs who is especially popular among millennials, for promoting Chinese Mother's Day Campaign.[76][77] He was also reported as one of most famous faces in China's activewear Market[78] and one of most influential fashion stars in China's luxury market by New York Digital Marketing Agency.[79] Afterwards, INMIX, an Eyewear brand, released a set of timmy's exclusive emoticon from the privilege granted by Emoji®.[80] Subsequently, he was invited to Louis Vuitton S/S 2018 Men's Paris Fashion Week on 22 June,[81] Coach S/S 2018 Women's New York Fashion Week on 12 September[82] and Givenchy S/S 2018 Women's Paris Fashion Week on 1 October.[83] He was the first Chinese star to become the face of South Korean cosmetics brand Laneige in China.[84] Moreover, Bomoda China Key Opinion Leader Index (KOLs) on the first half of the year 2017 reported that Xu got first place on Top 30 Most Influential Social Celebrities and fourth place on Top 10 Potential Celebrities in China's consumer marketplace.[85] On 23 October, Xu together with Dunhill and China's Esquire released a special short fashion film called "Urban Symphony" shot in Hungary.[86] A yearly report on jewelry market by L2's Digital IQ Index : Luxury China mentioned that Tiffany & Co got strong engagement on Weibo due to their online promotions featuring with Chinese celebrity Xu Weizhou.[87] On 20 November, he was invited as one of special guests to attend the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show held in Shanghai[88] and his look was listed in British GQ's 10 best-dressed men in the world that week.[89] In December, Xu was announced to be the first mainland artist to have the collaboration project with the British international branded clothing Superdry.[90] Their limited collection had sold out within 100 seconds at Tmall and 2 hours at the stores in Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu.[91] His appearance on Men's Uno cover was listed 9th on top 10 Best Men Fashion Magazine Covers of The Year by famous fashion blog site “FashionModels”.[92]

In 2018, China's COACH officially appointed him as their first COACH MEN spokesman on 4 January.[93] Later, Xu, as Fendi's new power brand ambassador, attended Fendi F/W 2018 Men's Milan Fashion Week. He also attended Alexander McQueen F/W 2018 Men's Paris Fashion Week as the first Chinese male artist officially invited by the brand.[94] Later, he has been officially announced as the new style brand ambassador for Tiffany & Co.[95] and global spokesperson for British brand, Superdry.[96] He was also invited to Laneige Cushion Dream Factory Night, Fendi Newsstand Event, Shanghai's Superdry Sounds Party, Daniel Wellington My Classic Night Out, Coach x Disney Dark Fairytale, Vogue Film Premier, Men's Uno Sport Event, Nylon 1st anniversary Party, Elle 30th Anniversary Ceremony, Laneige x Line Friends Event, Shanghai's Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers Party and Hong Kong's Roberto Cavalli Event. On April 11, he attended Superdry Sounds Global Party in London as Global Brand Ambassador. On May 3, he appeared at the Tiffany & Co. flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York to attend the Tiffany Paper Flower Ceremony as Brand Style Ambassador. On May 19, Xu attended the launch ceremony of Libert'aime by Forevermark as the first Light Icon of the brand. The limited "Le Light x Xu Weizhou" collection sold out quickly in the online presale. On June 24, Xu attended Dunhill 2019 S/S fashion show in Paris. Xu featured on the cover of the June/July issue of ELLEMEN Hong Kong, this is his third time on the cover of this magazine in 3 years. He also was listed in Top 10 rising Asian stars taking over the fashion scene.[97] L2's Digital IQ Index 2018 reported that Laneige was ranked 7th on Top 10 Beauty Brands in China [98] including COACH and Valentino were ranked 4th and 8th respectively on Top 10 Luxury Brands in China [99] because the star power of Xu Weizhou to achieve high engagement on Weibo. He is the first male artist to be featured on the cover of two newest magazines GQ Sport and NewOne. In September, China's famous sportswear & footwear brand Belle International announced him as their new ambassador.[100] On 28 September, Xu attended Balmain S/S 2019 Women's Paris Fashion Week. China famous magazine “Bella” reported that the cover of Xu Weizhou got their best selling online in 2018.

In 2019, On 23 January, Annual China Entertainment Index by AI Man Data revealed 2018 Top 10 Influential Fashion Male Artists and Xu was ranked 5th on list. On January 27, It was revealed that Xu was ranked 4th and 9th for COACH and Tiffany & Co respectively on Top 20 Most Valuable Celebrity Brand Endorsers of 2018. On 15 April, I-MAGAZINE revealed Best Fashion Face Award Year 2018, Xu was ranked 50th on Best Male Fashion Faces.[101]

Philanthropy[edit]

In 2016, Xu was appointed as a national ambassador to some charities including "Against Domestic Violence", "Rio Run",[102] "Animal Welfare Charities" by Cabbeen,[103] "Lucky Cat Welfare Organizations",[104] "Hope For Home For Children" project of China Charities Aid Foundation For Children,[105] "Moon bear protecting" project of Animals Asia Foundation (AAF),[106] "1,000 rabbits look up at the moon" project of China Social Welfare Foundation,[107] "Adopt pets instead of purchasing" project of Beijing Non-profit Adoption organizations,[108] "Charity Stars : Love can touch" project of Bazaar Magazine[109] and "Door of charity" project of China Children and Teenagers' Fund (CCTF).[110] He is also the founder of the foundation for "Light of love for the blind"[111] and "10.20 km run to the light for the blind".[112][113] In addition, he also joined the campaign of anti-violence against women project of Kering Foundation.[114]

In 2017, he continued his charitable efforts by participating in the "Wuxi Marathon" project of Men's Health Magazine,[115] "amfAR",[116] "World Book Day - Read to Lead" project of Xinhua News Agency,[117] "Love the Earth" project of New Media Exhibition of Global Sustainable Development,[118] "Youth Attitudes - One Hundred Thousand Young People" project of NetEase,[119] "Child Welfare & Protection Week" project of China Ministry of Civil Affairs and UNICEF,[120][121] "Release An Aquatic Animal to Protect Natural Resources" project of Alibaba Foundation,[122][123] "Caring for People with A Spinal Cord Injury" project of WeiboFit, China Foundation for Disabled Person and Xinhua News Agency,[124] "Make A Promise - Lockit Series" project of Louis Vuitton and UNICEF[125] and "Cat & Dog Daily - Adopt pets" project of NetEase.[126] Moreover, he has also played as ambassador roles in "Adopt A Green Plant for Green Earth" project of Campus Public Welfare Foundation,[127] "Caring for Disabled Children" project of Beijing Foundation for Disabled Person,[128] "Caring for Blind Children" project of Sina Micro-Philanthropy,[129] "Boiling Point Public Welfare" project of Baidu[130] and "I want to go to school" project of Music Radio - China National Radio (CNR) and China Children and Teenagers' Fund (CCTF).[131] Later in July, China Charities Aid Foundation for Children announced that Xu was appointed as a charity ambassador of "Hope For Home For Children" project for 2 years consecutively.[132] On 20 October, Shanghai Fire Department appointed him as their official firefighter ambassador to promote the external activities and services.[133] In November, he was appointed as Ice and Snow ambassador for SINA's sport classroom.[134] In addition, Sina Weibo revealed that Xu's charity activities become one of 10 most influential charitable topics of the year.[135]

In 2018, In April, Xu joined Netease's charity program as the ambassador for a book donating project for the kids in rural areas.[136] In August, he was officially appointed as National Winter Sports promotion ambassador for 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing.[137] In September, Xu become TRENDSHEALTH's Pink ribbon Ambassador to promote about breast cancer awareness. In October, The European Travel Commission (ETC), co-funded by European Union, appointed him as their EU-China Tourism Year Ambassador to promote tourism in the EU countries.

In 2019, On 23 January, Annual China Entertainment Index by AI Man Data revealed 2018 Top 10 Public Welfare Influential Male Artists and Xu was ranked 8th on list. On 18 March, Xu was appointed as China's Science-Fiction ambassador for National Science Popularization. On 30 March, he attended Lights-Out of Earth Hour - Connect to Earth Charity Program for promoting the protection of the environment.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Chinese Title Role Notes
2015 Gaming Madness (Short film) 电竞也疯狂 Yue Hongsheng
2016 Big Fish & Begonia (Animated film) 大鱼海棠 Kun Dub
2019 The Rookies 素人特工 Ding Shan

Television/web series[edit]

Year English Title Chinese Title Role Network Type Notes
2016 Addicted 上瘾 Bai Luoyin Tencent , Youtube Web Lead role
2018 The Evolution of Our Love 爱情进化论 Ding Yuyang Zhejiang Television , Dragon Television TV
2019 My Girlfriend 我不能恋爱的女朋友 Chi Xin Youku Web Lead role
TBA Ping Pong Life 乒乓 Yu Kenan TBD TV Lead role
The Founding of a Republic 建国大业 CCTV-1 TV Cameo
My Youth Loved You 我的青春爱过你 Ou Xiaojian TBD TV Lead role

Variety shows[edit]

Year English Title Chinese Title Role Network Type Notes
2017 Intangible Her 触不到的TA Cast member Tencent Video Web Episode 8
Global Chinese Music Chart 全球中文音樂榜上榜 Guest CCTV-15 TV
2018 Give Me Five 高能少年团 Guest Zhejiang Television TV Season 2
Shake It Up 新舞林大会 Cast member Shanghai Television TV
Happy Camp 快乐大本营 Guest Hunan Television TV
2019 Everlasting Classics 经典咏流传 Guest CCTV-1 TV
Day Day Up 天天向上 Guest Hunan Television TV

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Album[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Concerts[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

Campaign[edit]

2018
  • Forevermark : Libert’aime x Timmy Xu "Le Light collection"
  • Coach : Coach x Timmy Xu
  • Little Red Book Application
  • BAZAAR x Huawei Nova 3

Commercial Endorsement[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Country Nominated Work Result
2016 16th Top Chinese Music Awards Most Popular Network Drama Idol China Addicted Won[138]
4th OK! Magazine Awards New Generation Actor N/A Won[139]
Fresh Asia Music Awards Best New Artist Won[140]
iFeng Fashion Choice Awards Fashion Popularity Pioneer Won[141]
L'OFFICIEL Fashion Night Awards Best New Artist Won[142]
1st Annual Sina Weibo Fan Festival Ceremony Sina Star of The Year Won[143]
Bazaar's Men of the Year Ceremony Attractive Star of the Year Won[144]
13th Esquire Man at His Best Award Ceremony Best New Artist Won[145]
Trendshealth Award Ceremony Influential Health Role Model Won[146]
2017 Annual Sina Sports Awards 2016 Sports Male God Won[147]
The 24th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards Most Influential Network Artist Won[148]
Best New Artist Won[149]
5th V Chart Awards Best New Mainland Artist Won[150]
Music Radio China Top Ranking Awards Best New Artist Won[151]
Asian Music Gala Awards Best New Artist Won[152]
MTV Global Chinese Music Awards Most Popular New Male Artist Won[153]
Top Ten Golden Songs Walk Slowly Won[154]
Fresh Asia Music Awards Most Popular Singer N/A Won[155]
Top Ten Golden Songs Fun Won[156]
14th Esquire Man at His Best Award Ceremony Favorite Idol N/A Won[157]
CCTV Global Chinese Music Chart Weekly Champion Glory Won[158]
L'OFFICIEL Fashion Night Awards Fearless Spirit Representative Actor N/A Won[159]
Men's Uno Young Award Ceremony New Youth Actor Won[160]
2018 The 25th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards Most Influential Network Artist Won[161]
Media Recommended Singer Won[162]
Music Radio China Top Ranking Awards Most Popular Male Singer Won[163]
Global Chinese Music Awards Annual Best Live Performance Male Singer Won[164]
Annual All-Round Male Artist Won[165]
Asia Music Festival Ceremony Most Popular Male Singer Won[166]
2019 China Quality TV Drama Awards All-Around Artist of The Year Won
The 26th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards All-Around Artist of the Year Won
Media Recommended Concert Won

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  56. ^ "The Time reached number one on iTunes top 100 Albums in Thailand". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-05-16.
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  58. ^ "Tencent announced Xu as their new spokesperson for short video app Weishi". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-05-28.
  59. ^ "100 Asian heartthrobs of 2018 complete results". twitter.com. Retrieved 2018-06-25.
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  63. ^ "Entertainment Star Business revealed 2018 Star Commercial Value List". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
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  76. ^ "Givenchy uses KOLs Xu Weizhou for Chinese Mother's Day Campaign". luxion.com.au. Retrieved 2017-05-20.
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  78. ^ "Op-Ed Famous Faces Rule China's Activewear Market". businessoffashion.com. Retrieved 2017-01-21.
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  81. ^ "Louis Vuitton SS18: Menswear runway draws Asian celebrities Gong Yoo, Hidetoshi Nakata, Xu Weizhou". scmp.com. Retrieved 2017-06-23.
  82. ^ "Xu Weizhou will attend Coach S/S 2018 Women's New York Fashion Week". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-09-05.
  83. ^ "Xu Weizhou will attend Givenchy S/S 2018 Women's Paris Fashion Week". mp.weixin.qq.com. Retrieved 2017-09-05.
  84. ^ "Chinese Actor Xu Weizhou was the first Mainland Actor to be officially appointed as Laneige's first brand ambassador in China". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-08-28.
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  86. ^ "Xu weizhou joined the shot film project of Dunhill and Esquire". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-10-23.
  87. ^ "LIZ FLORA, ASIA PACIFIC EDITOR AT NEW YORK-BASED MARKET RESEARCH COMPANY L2, TALKS E-COMMERCE IN THE EASTERN MARKET". member.rapnet.com. Retrieved 2017-09-01.
  88. ^ "Xu weizhou was invited as one of special guests to attend the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show held in Shanghai". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-11-17.
  89. ^ "10 best-dressed men in the world this week". gq-magazine.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-11-22.
  90. ^ "Xu was announced to be the first mainland china artist to have the collaboration project with SUPERDRY". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-12-19.
  91. ^ "Superdry x TimmyXu 2018 CNY limited collection had sold out". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-01-06.
  92. ^ "Xu appearance on Men's Uno cover was listed 9th on top 10 Best Men Fashion Magazine Covers of The Year". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-12-29.
  93. ^ "Xu was announced to be the first COACH MEN spokesman in CHINA". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-01-04.
  94. ^ "Xu attended Fendi F/W 2018 Men's Milan Fashion Week". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-01-11.
  95. ^ "Xu has been officially announced as the new style brand ambassador for Tiffany & Co". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-01-25.
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  98. ^ "Top 10 Beauty Brands in China". l2inc.com. Retrieved 2018-02-27.
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  100. ^ "Xu was announced as the ambassador of Belle International". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-09-12.
  101. ^ "Best Fashion Face Award Year 2018". i-magazine.tv. Retrieved 2019-04-15.
  102. ^ "Xu weizhou joined RIO Run". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-03-24.
  103. ^ "Xu weizhou joined Animal Welfare Charities project by Cabbeen". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-06-01.
  104. ^ "Xu weizhou as an ambassador for Lucky Cat Welfare Organizations". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-06-16.
  105. ^ "Xu weizhou as an ambassador for Hope for home project". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-07-18.
  106. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as ambassador for Moon bear protecting project of Animals Asia Foundation". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-08-11.
  107. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as ambassador for 1,000 rabbits look up at the moon project of China Social Welfare Foundation". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-09-20.
  108. ^ "Xu weizhou as an ambassador for Adopt pets instead of purchasing project of Beijing Non-profit Adoption organizations". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-09-30.
  109. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as ambassador for Charity Stars : Love can touch project of Bazaar Magazine". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-11-09.
  110. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as ambassador for Door of charity project of China Children and Teenagers' Fund (CCTF)". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-11-24.
  111. ^ "Xu weizhou is the founder of the foundation for Light of love for the blind". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-07-13.
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  114. ^ "Xu weizhou joined the campaign of anti-violence against women project". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-11-24.
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  116. ^ "Xu weizhou attendede amfAR". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-03-25.
  117. ^ "Xu weizhou joined Read to Lead project of Xinhua News Agency". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-04-23.
  118. ^ "Xu weizhou joined Love the Earth project of New Media Exhibition of Global Sustainable Development". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-05-18.
  119. ^ "Xu weizhou joined Youth attitudes project". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
  120. ^ "Xu weizhou joined Child Welfare & Protection Week charity". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-05-30.
  121. ^ "Xu Weizhou interactive scene with children playing games called for the protection of children". top-news.top. Retrieved 2017-06-01.
  122. ^ "Xu weizhou joined the campaign of Alibaba Foundation". aliyuer.aligames.com. Retrieved 2017-08-01.
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  124. ^ "Xu weizhou joined the campaign of Caring for People with A Spinal Cord Injury". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-08-14.
  125. ^ "Xu weizhou joined the campaign of Make A Promise - Lockit Series". mp.weixin.qq.com. Retrieved 2017-09-20.
  126. ^ "Xu weizhou joined the campaign of Cat & Dog Daily - Adopt pets". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-10-29.
  127. ^ "Xu weizhou as ambassador for Adopt A Green Plant for Green Earth project of Campus Public Welfare Foundation". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  128. ^ "Xu weizhou as ambassador for Caring for Disabled Children of Beijing Foundation for Disabled Person". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-05-21.
  129. ^ "Xu weizhou as ambassador for Caring for Blind Children". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-07-24.
  130. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as a charity ambassador for Baidu Boiling Point Public Welfare". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-08-12.
  131. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as a charity ambassador for I want to go to school charity project of China National Radio". ricedonate.com. Retrieved 2017-09-15.
  132. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as a charity ambassador for China Charities Aid Foundation for children". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-07-29.
  133. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as a firefighter ambassador for Shanghai fire department". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-10-20.
  134. ^ "Xu weizhou was appointed as Ice and Snow ambassador for SINA's sport classroom". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-11-14.
  135. ^ "Xu's charity activities become one of 10 most influential charitable topics of the year". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
  136. ^ "Xu joined Netease's charity program". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
  137. ^ "Xu was appointed as National Winter Sports promotion ambassador for 2022". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-08-13.
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  146. ^ "Influential Health Role Model of The Year". weibo.com. Retrieved 2016-12-12.
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  150. ^ "Xu weizhou won Best New Mainland Artist". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-04-08.
  151. ^ "许魏洲获封TOP榜年度新人 献唱原创单曲《放》". ent.sina.com.cn. Retrieved 2017-09-09.
  152. ^ "Xu weizhou won Best New Artist of the year". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-07-19.
  153. ^ "2017 MTV全球華語音樂盛典 许魏洲 最受歡迎新人(男)". www.mtv.com.tw. Retrieved 2017-06-12.
  154. ^ "2017 MTV全球華語音樂盛典 许魏洲 最佳十大金曲 《慢慢走》". www.mtv.com.tw. Retrieved 2017-06-12.
  155. ^ "Xu weizhou won Most Popular Singer of the Year". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-08-27.
  156. ^ "Xu weizhou's single "Fun" won Top Ten Golden Songs". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-08-28.
  157. ^ "Xu Weizhou won Favorite Idol of the Year". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-11-22.
  158. ^ "Xu Weizhou was Weekly Champion on CCTV Global Chinese Music Chart". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-11-25.
  159. ^ "Xu Weizhou won Fearless Spirit Representative Actor at L'OFFICIEL Fashion Night Awards". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-11-29.
  160. ^ "Xu Weizhou won New Youth Actor at Men's Uno Young Award Ceremony". weibo.com. Retrieved 2017-12-06.
  161. ^ "第25届东方风云榜". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-03-26.
  162. ^ "第25届东方风云榜". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-03-26.
  163. ^ "Xu Weizhou won Most Popular Male Singer of 2017 at Music Radio China Top Ranking Awards". weibo.com. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  164. ^ "2018全球华人歌曲排行榜". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-08-29.
  165. ^ "2018全球华人歌曲排行榜". weibo.cn. Retrieved 2018-08-29.
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