Jackie Cheung wins Honorary Award

23 Jan – Heavenly King, Jackie Cheung took home the Honorary Award at the 35th Top Ten Chinese Gold Songs Awards (simply known as the RTHK Top Ten) held on 20 January at the Kowloon Bay International Trade & Exhibition Centre.

According to Jayne Stars website, the 51-year-old singer was awarded the most prestigious honour for his lifetime contribution to the Chinese pop industry and culture.

Meanwhile, Eason Chan and Joey Yung again became the biggest winners of the night – taking home four awards each, including Outstanding Pop Singer and Best-Selling Singer.

Winners of the RTHK Top Ten are determined by audience vote and radio airplay, and the result is as follows:

35th Anniversary Honorary Award: Jacky Cheung

Most Outstanding Male Pop Singer: Eason Chan

Most Outstanding Female Pop Singer: Joey Yung

Outstanding Pop Singer Award:
RubberBand
G.E.M.
Kay Tse
Khalil Fong
Hacken Lee
Joey Yung
Leo Ku
Raymond Lam
Ivana Wong
Mr.
C Allstar

Best-Selling Singer of the Year:
Male: Eason Chan
Female: Joey Yung
Group: Mayday

Best International Chinese Gold Song: "Heavy Taste" by Eason Chan

Top Ten Chinese Gold Songs:
"Leave Blank" by Ivana Wong
"Heavy Taste" by Eason Chan
"Can No Longer Love" by Leo Ku
"Wallpaper" by Joey Yung
"What is the Reason for Living" by Hacken Lee
"Mask" by Alfred Hui
"Statement" by Kary Ng
"No Power to Retrieve" by Pakho Chau
"The End" by Shiga Lin
"Obviously" by Charlene Choi
"What Have U Done" by G.E.M.
"Youthful Ignorance" by Bowie Lam, Moses Chan, Kenny Wong

Outstanding Mandarin Pop Song Award:
Gold – "Love You" by Kimberley
Silver – "Thousand Paper Cranes" by Khalil Fong
Bronze – "Going Home Alone" by Ellen Loo

Best New Artiste Award:
Gold – Hubert Wu
Silver – Adason Lo
Bronze – Robynn & Kendy
Award of Merit – Alex Lam, Jay Fung, Kimberley

Most Improved Artiste of the Year:
Gold – Gin Lee
Silver – Fiona Sit
Bronze – Louis Cheung

Best Singer of the Year:
Male – Leehom Wang
Female – Jane Zhang
Group – Twins

Best Chinese Song of the Year: "Thousand Paper Cranes" by Khalil Fong

CASH's Best Singer-Songwriter Award: Eric Suen

Weibo's Choice: Raymond Lam

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