Singer Sa Dingding sings and dances at a
release conference for her first album Alive in 798 Art Zone in Beijing on
Thursday night, Oct. 25, 2007. (Photo: sina.com)
BEIJING, Oct. 26 -- Chinese Tibetan singer Sa
Dingding held a release conference for her first album Alive in 798 Art Zone in
Beijing Thursday night.
The singer-songwriter adopts the strategy of focusing
on international development and distinguishing herself by her unique voice,
electric dance music, Buddhist culture, Chinese traditional music instruments
and mystic dance.
The album Alive debuts internationally this June in
Tokyo, Japan. Later, it was launched in more than 50 countries and regions
around the world.
The album has been put on Chinese market since the end of August.