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Qiao Renliang In 2008, he released his first EP "Start today" (今天开始) which ranked top ten on the China Album Sales Chart. He was also chosen to sing the theme song of Windows 7 in the Asia-Pacific Region. Qiao also starred in numerous movies and television series.
Feng Renliang On 20 November 2012, Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande officially announced they had signed Feng for an undisclosed fee. He made his debut for the club on 8 March 2013 in a 5-1 win against Shanghai Shenxin. He scored his first goal for the club in a 3-0 win against Henan Jianye on 8 March 2014.
Qiao Renliang In 2005, Qiao participated in the "Golden Star" competition (金鹰之星) and became the winner of the "New Voice" segment. He also took part in the second season of "My Hero" and finished as runner-up in the 2007 competition.
Feng Renliang On 16 June 2014, Feng joined Changchun Yatai on loan for the rest of the 2014 season. He made his debut for the club on 20 July 2014 in a 3-2 loss against Hangzhou Greentown. On 28 February 2015, Feng was loaned out to Guizhou Renhe for the 2015 season. He made his debut for the club on 7 March 2015 in a 1-0 loss against Liaoning Whowin.
Qiao Renliang Qiao Renliang (; October 15, 1987 – September 16, 2016), also known as Kimi Qiao, was a Chinese singer and actor. He took part in the second season of "My Hero" (加油好男儿) and finished the competition as the runner-up for that season in 2007, and released his first EP in 2008. On September 16, 2016, Qiao was found dead in a Shanghai apartment, having suffered from severe depression. He was 28 years old.
Qiao Renliang On September 16, 2016, the Shanghai police reported a man was found dead in Qishun Road, Putuo District. After an investigation, the police confirmed the dead man to be Qiao. On September 17, Qiao's management company confirmed his death, announcing that Qiao was suffering from severe depression. He had also suffered from chronic insomnia, chronic sinusitis and irritable bowel syndrome for several years prior to his death. Qiao's funeral was held in Shanghai on September 22, 2016. He was 28 years old.
Qiao Renliang On December 10, 2016, Warner Music China, Kimi's music label, released a posthumous album entitled "KIMI". The album was deliberately released on this date, as Kimi's previous albums had been released on the same day in 2009 and 2012.
Qiao Renliang Qiao's English name or nickname is Kimi, as he was an admirer of Finnish Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen.
Feng Renliang After an impressive start to the 2010 league season, Feng was called up to the Chinese national team and make his debut in a 1-1 draw against Bahrain on 11 August 2010. After several further friendlies, Feng was called up to the preliminary squad for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup and while he wasn't guaranteed a spot within the team he was expected to play for the Chinese under-23 national team in their qualification campaign for the 2012 Summer Olympics, however it was discovered during this period that Feng had lied about his age and instead of being born 8 January 1989 he was actually born 12 May 1988. On 24 December 2010, the Chinese Football Association would fine Tianjin Locomotive and Shanghai Shenhua for their knowledge of this and banned Feng for three games, which essentially meant he would be dropped for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. Feng scored his first goal for the national team on 8 June 2012 in a 3-0 win against Vietnam.
Qiao Renliang Qiao Renliang was born as the only son to a modest family in Shanghai on October 15, 1987. He graduated from Shanghai Dianji University (上海电机学院). Before the commencement of his singing career, Qiao was a track and field athlete who specialised in high jump events. He was a classmate of 110-meter hurdler Liu Xiang in primary school. Qiao won the National High Jump Competition in 2003.