Yang Yuying (杨钰莹) has been one of the most popular singers in Chinese mainland in the 1990s.
Born on May 11, 1971, in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, Yang displayed her singing talent at a young age, performing on the stage at 6. In 1985 she won a prize in a national singing contest hosted by CCTV. In 1991, she signed her first contract with Guangzhou New Era Audio & Video Co., becoming one of the first signed singers in Chinese mainland since 1978. Her first disc album was released in the same year. Yang holds the record of disc album sales on the Chinese mainland.
Yang was named the "Queen of Sweet Songs" in China's mainland for her delicate and youthful voice. Her most well-known works include "Let Me Tell You Softly," "Bless for Love," "Dream Flowers," "I Don't Want to Say," "Wait for You for Ten Thousand Years" and "Because of You."
Nation: Han nationality
Blood type: O type
Place of birth: Nanchang City, Jiangxi Province
Date of birth: May 11, 1971
Occupation: singer, host, music producer