Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter Coco Lee broke into a hot dance and belted out her trademark song Di Da Di for the Believe in the Future concert tribute to those who helped overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Believe in the Future Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter Coco Lee broke into a hot dance and belted out her trademark song Di Da Di for the Believe in the Future concert tribute to those who helped overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Believe in the Future
Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter Coco Lee broke into a hot dance and belted out her trademark song Di Da Di for the Believe in the Future concert tribute to those who helped overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Believe in the Future

Lang Lang, Faye Wong join China online tribute concerts for ordinary heroes who helped overcome coronavirus pandemic

  • Zhou Xun sang a cappella and Coco Lee did a dance at home for first live-streamed concert; Karen Mok and Cai Xukun will be among the performers in second one
  • Concerts follow American singer Lady Gaga’s global tribute concert, which had few Chinese stars performing and was not shown in China

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Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter Coco Lee broke into a hot dance and belted out her trademark song Di Da Di for the Believe in the Future concert tribute to those who helped overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Believe in the Future Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter Coco Lee broke into a hot dance and belted out her trademark song Di Da Di for the Believe in the Future concert tribute to those who helped overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Believe in the Future
Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter Coco Lee broke into a hot dance and belted out her trademark song Di Da Di for the Believe in the Future concert tribute to those who helped overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Believe in the Future
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