Tan Jing (born September 11, 1977) is a solo singer in the Song and Dance Ensemble of the People’s Liberation Army and a first class national actress. Her music blends bel canto, Chinese national music (Guoyue), and popular singing styles. She has been dubbed “The Voice of Harmony” for her efforts to spread Chinese music, culture, and goodwill through her professional and philanthropic contributions.
She has earned a Master’s of Popular Music Studies, is an elected member of the 10th National People’s Congress, currently serves as the Deputy Director of China’s Pop Music Association and has been voted one of China’s Top Ten Outstanding Youths.
Tan has also starred in original national operas Ode to Mulan and The White Haired Girl, musicals Crazy Snow, Jasmine, and In That Distant Place, and other plays. Tan was a torchbearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and her song, Sky, was used to accompany the releasing of the doves during the Opening Ceremony.
Home City: Shanxi, China Youth Diva.
Occupation: actress National People’s Congress, member of the All-China Youth Federation.
Birthdate: September 11, 1977
Age now: 35 years old
Dimba years Constellation: Virgo
Height: 166 cm