He has headlined a major Hong Kong musical, starred in hit TV sitcoms, and played a supporting role in “Bruce Lee, my brother” which earned him an Asian Academy Award in 2011. Above all, he is a award-winning singer song-writer musician.
Hanjin is a household name with his signature smile and dark glasses. He is well loved as a judge on singing contests, but most people just love to hear him sing. His 2012 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum was a roaring testament. Hanjin is currently the spokesperson for Konew Finance and Mizutori Zosan Dehumidifier.
As a producer, with over 500 songs under his belt and countless hits with the biggest stars, this career is nothing short of ground-breaking. Collaborators include Christina Aguilera, Rain (Korean singer), Jacky Cheung, Coco Lee, Karen Mok, Eason Chan, Joey Yung, Jay Chou, Andy Lau, Alan Tam, Tony Leung, Wang Leehom, Sammi Cheng, Aaron Kwok and Leon Lai. The list goes on.
As a jazz singer, his debut “Raw Jazz” earned him number one titles in sales and radio charts across Hong Kong and Japan. He’s been invited to jazz festivals from Capetown to Shanghai and to perform at F1 Grand Prix events.
As a pop singer, Hanjin has 7 studio albums and 1 EP, held concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum, completed a concert tour of 10 cities in China and has written a book entitled simply, “Happiness can be simple”. All albums have earned chart toppers and many awards including: Best Singer/Songwriter, Producer of the Year, Best Jazz/Blues Artiste and Artiste of the Year.