Zheng Jun

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Zheng Jun
Born (1967-11-06) 6 November 1967 (age 51)
OriginXi'an, Shaanxi, China
GenresAlternative Rock
Years active1994–present
Zheng Jun
Simplified Chinese郑钧
Traditional Chinese鄭鈞

Zheng Jun (Chinese: 郑钧; born 6 November 1967) is Chinese rock singer-songwriter. Originally from Xi'an, he attended Hangzhou Institute of Electrical Engineering (renamed Hangzhou Dianzi University). His first album, Naked (赤裸裸), was released by Red Star Productions in 1994, achieving immediate success. He went on to release Third Eye three years later and Bloom two years after that.[1]

Zheng Jun has achieved some fame within the US through his recorded Chinese language version of Coldplay's song "Yellow", entitled "流星" ("shooting star," pinyin: Liú Xīng), which was included in the soundtrack of the 2001 Taiwanese television series Meteor Garden I and the 2018 film Crazy Rich Asians. He has since released three albums entitled Zhengjun=zj, Our Life Is Full Of Sunshine and Chang An Chang An.[1]

In 2007, Zheng joined the judges' panel of Happy Boys Voice, a sequel to Hunan Satellite Television's Super Girl; a controversy developed over his quarrel with fellow judge Yang Erche Namu over her ranking of a contestant from his hometown of Xi'an.[2]

In 2016, Chinese-American 3D animated feature film Rock Dog was released in China on July 8 by distributor Huayi Brothers. The film is based on Zheng's manga Tibetan Rock Dog. Zheng also serves as one of the producers on the film.


Studio Albums[edit]

Year Title
1994 Naked
1997 Third Eye
1999 Bloom
2001 Zhengjun=zj
2003 Our Life Is Full Of Sunshine
2007 Chang An Chang An

Live Albums[edit]

Year Title
2001 Accidental = JZ
2005 Industrial Society Concert Beijing

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Zheng Jun Hitoshi Cheng".
  2. ^ DeWoskin, Rachel (2007-11-04). "How Yang Erche Namu gave China the right to vote". The Sunday Times. London. Retrieved 2007-12-02.

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