Andy Lau Rewrites Online Concert Record With Douyin Performance – Global Bulletin


A Weekend Concert by Hong Kong’s Comedy and Singing Superstar Andy Lau Tak-wah drew a record 350 million viewers on Douyinthe mainland chinese sister company of ICT Tac. The concert lasted two hours and drew 100 million viewers in the first 30 minutes, with tens of millions more by the end. The numbers broke Lau’s previous record on the platform, which he set in July last year during a concert to celebrate his 40 years with the company. The South China Morning Post said the record numbers had been inflated by a recent wave of nostalgia for canto-pop or contemporary music in the Cantonese language, although the newspaper also notes that Lau performed a few classics in Mandarin as well.


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