Bibi Zhou

Bibi Zhou Bichang
Chinese name 周筆暢 (traditional)
Chinese name 周笔畅 (simplified)
Pinyin Zhōu Bǐchàng (Mandarin)
Jyutping Chau1 Bat1 Cheung3 (Cantonese)
Origin China
Born (1985-07-26) July 26, 1985
Changsha, Hunan, China
Other name(s) Bibi Zhou, BiBi
Occupation Singer, songwriter, actress
Genre(s) Mandarin pop, Mandarin R&B
Instrument(s) Piano, drums, violin, guitar
Voice type(s) Contralto
Label(s) EE-Media (2005)
Yuelin Culture (2006–09)
Gold Typhoon (2009–12)
YUEHUA Entertainment (2012–present)
Years active 2005–present
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zhou.

Zhou Bichang (simplified Chinese: 周笔畅; traditional Chinese: 周筆暢; pinyin: Zhōu Bǐchàng), also known as Bibi Zhou or Bibi Chow, is a Chinese singer and songwriter. She was the first runner-up in the 2005 Super Girl Competition, which is a Chinese version of Pop Idol for female contestants only. Her voice has been appropriated as a female version of David Tao, Leehom Wang, and Jay Chou, as she covered some of their songs during the contest.

On March 18, 2006, Zhou signed a recording contract with Yuelin Music. Since then, she has released several singles, an EP, and three albums. Her debut album, "Who Touched My Violin String", was released in August 2006. In Spring 2007, Zhou attended the Encore Program at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California, with a concentration in R&B vocal performance. On December 18, 2007, the singer released her twin albums, named "Now" and "Wow", each containing ten songs. "Now" features Zhou's iconic R&B style, and "Wow" showcases her versatility in music genre as she forays into rock, ballad, Britpop, dance, etc.. .In November 2014 she gained international attention after winning "Best Worldwide Act" at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards

Zhou also started her acting career in 2006 as she starred in the films McDull, the Alumni and The 601st Phone Call.

Early years

Zhou Bichang was born on July 26, 1985 in Changsha, Hunan Province, to Zhou Zhongzhan, a government employee at the time, and Lu Yuanyuan, a teacher in Chinese folk music. When she was six, her family moved to Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, a special economic zone, or SEZ, on the southeast coast of China in close vicinity of Hong Kong. In Shenzhen she attended Yuanling Elementary School, followed by a period at Gangxia Elementary School, before eventually transferring to Fuhua Elementary School where her mother held a teaching position. Then she spent six years attending Futian High School in Shenzhen.

Zhou has been brought up in a family where music permeates everyday life. Her mother, being a music teacher and singer herself, is an avid fan of Chinese folk music. When Zhou was a child, her grandmother taught her to play the piano.

While Zhou was in junior high school, pop music from the adjacent Hong Kong and Taiwan was ubiquitous in Shenzhen, a far cry from the music her mother's generation was accustomed and attracted to. Zhou started collecting music CDs and listening to them non-stop. Soon in high school, she started to become known for her vocal talent and her ability to imitate the style of several popular R&B and Pop singers.

In her late senior high school years, as her interest in music escalated she was determined to pursue a career in music later in her life. In 2002, with an enviably high score of 681 on the College Entrance Exam she was admitted into the four-year undergraduate program in non-classical music at the prestigious Xinghai Conservatory of Music in Guangzhou, named after the late famous musician Xian Xinghai.

In March 2002, Zhou released a single named "How I Miss You" on the web, which received limited popularity. During the period of 2001 to 2003, she had entered herself into a variety of youth singing contests and had won a few awards. But before long she grew tired of competing in singing contests and despondent about her prospects in the music industry as she came to realize that her musical style as well as her look – hip hop and tomboyish – was too unconventional for the industry where bubble-gum sweet-faced girl pop idols were prevalent. She then retreated to college life until an accidental entry on her part into the 2005 Super Girl's Voice Contest that later in the year swept the whole nation.

2005 Super Girl's Voice Contest

In the spring of 2005, one of Zhou's friends at Xinghai entered Zhou without her knowledge into the 2005 Super Girls' Voice auditions held in Guangzhou, the only city picked in south China for audition purposes by the contest organizer. The then 19-year-old showed up the day of the audition in her father's old oversize jacket without a trace of makeup. In her own words, she just rolled out of bed before going to the audition and did not even get a chance to wash her face. Her boyish attire almost made the security guard stop her at the entrance because the contest was supposed to be for girls only. But her talent had no problem shining through despite her slightly unkempt appearance at the audition as she impressed the judges by singing segments from "Regular Friend” by David Tao and "Forever Love" by Leehom Wang. In the following weeks, she coasted through the subsequent elimination rounds and soon found herself among the top 10 finalists for the Guangzhou Audition Region (*only the top 3 from each region qualify for the national finals which were scheduled to start months later in July). Her fan base had also grown exponentially as she progressed through the contest.

The sincere emotions in her vocal and her interpretation of others' works was a breath of fresh air into the competition; on one particular occasion she brought one of the judges to tears during her singing and all five judges to a standing ovation when she finished the song ("Extricate"). Her voice is sultry yet extremely powerful, a rarity among Chinese female singers. She also possesses a special talent of turning everything she sings into undeniably her own signature style, known as "Bi Style Vocal" ("筆式唱腔"). Without any suspense, she was voted by viewers all the way through to the top in Guangzhou Contest Region.

In July the national finals kicked off in Changsha, Hunan Province, where the top 3 contestants from each of the 5 regions got together and went through a series of eliminations. In these rounds, she went on delivering a wide spectrum of songs, mostly by male singers she has long admired such as David Tao, Eason Chan, Jay Chou and Leehom Wang. She successfully showcased her skills in mastering hip hop, R&B and pop songs. She was one of the judges' favorites; they never voted to put her in the bottom two up for elimination, a.k.a. PK (short for Penalty Kick, a term typically used in soccer) and she was the only one throughout the entire competition that had never been through a PK. When the finale was aired on August 26, 2005, some 400 million people tuned in to find out who garnered the most SMS votes from viewers. With 3,270,840 SMS votes, Zhou ended up in the second place, only a thin margin away from winning the competition. But she was content with the result and was grateful towards the millions who had supported and voted for her.

Post Super Girl days through early 2006

Soon after the finale ended, Zhou quietly withdrew herself from the frenzy of the contest and went back to college where she just turned a sophomore. Unlike many others who arose to fame overnight, she was not thrilled about her newly gained stardom. At times she was even annoyed when media and fans followed her around on campus as she did not want to draw attention to herself and cause inconvenience to her fellow students.

In the meantime, Shanghai E.E. Media, the agent for the Super Girl's Voice Contest, was busy organizing a national tour as well as a slew of commercial appearances for the finalists of the contest. Zhou at the time was very adamant about continuing with her study at Xinghai and not letting commercial activities interfere with her school work. However, due to her contractual obligations, she agreed to join other Super Girl's Voice finalists on the nationwide tour and subsequently performed at concerts held in Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Fuzhou. Everywhere she went her loyal and fanatic fans turned up in droves and showed their support for her. In front of a full house at the Fuzhou concert she announced her retreat from the nationwide tour, which instantly drove many of her fans to tears fearing she might retire entirely from showbiz. Zhou's father later explained to media that frequent performances and commercial events had taken a toll on the 20-year-old. "She wants to have time for study and her family," he said. Zhou also admitted that during that time she was immensely unhappy.

On December 30, 2005, Zhou made an announcement through a video clip she posted online that she officially broke off her contractual obligations with Shanghai E.E. Media. She thanked graciously the organizer of the Super Girl's Voice Contest for giving her the opportunity to sing in front of millions. She did not go into the specifics about the breakup. As a result of the breakup, she was said to be held liable for a penalty of CN¥ 5 million (approximately US$ 714K). Speculations ran high afterwards regarding disagreements between Zhou and Shanghai E.E. Media and the recording labels in pursuit of her.

Music career

Yuelin Music and 1st single

On March 18, 2006, after having disappeared from media attention for months, she re-surfaced by signing into a record contract with Yuelin Music, a newly founded Beijing-based label little known to the industry. She explained that the blueprint presented to her by the label is most in alignment with her musical aspirations and concepts. Under the arrangement of Yuelin, Zhou started taking violin lessons. At the same time she was making time for schoolwork at Xinghai to the best of her ability.

Bibi's 1st EP

On June 1, 2006, Zhou released her first EP, entitled "Bibi's 1st EP", a collection of four songs.

1st album “Who Touched My Violin String"

Zhou quickly followed up her EP with a full-blown album named "Who Touched My Violin String"("誰動了我的琴弦”), released on August 12, 2006. Many esteemed musicians and lyrists from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan joined forces in the making of this album. Much to her delight, Zhou's long-time idol, David Tao, even wrote an R&B song ("Don't love me, like loving a friend") (”別愛我,像愛個朋友“)for her and sang the demo himself. What is more, David Tao's team contributed two other songs in the album, "Silence" and "Poisonous Mushroom" (“毒蘑菇”). Other composers include Xiao Ke, Kubert Leung, Nicky Lee (Li Jiuzhe), Jin Peida and Gigi Leung. Lyrists include Lin Xi, Li Zhuoxiong, Chen Shaoqi, Lin Yifeng, Wawa, and Kong Lingqi. The song that shares same title with the album, "Who Touched My Violin String" ("誰動了我的琴弦”),is a Chinese-style R&B song written by Xiao Ke based on a pentatonic scale (five notes only: 1,2,3,5 and 6) typically found used in Chinese folk music. Another hit song "Telephone Number" appeared toward the ending of the 2006 movie "The 601st Phone Call" directed by Zhang Guoli in which Zhou starred.

Zhou later went on a trip to Vienna, Austria, for the filming of her music movie featuring four songs from her new album. Chen Bolin, a Taiwanese actor and her co-star in "McDull, the Alumni", appeared in the movie as the leading male character.

Studying in the United States

On March 26, 2007, Zhou flew out from Shanghai for California, United States, to attend the Encore Program concentrating in vocals at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood. Even though many people thought this could potentially harm her nascent career in the short run, the majority of her fans were very supportive of her musical pursuit as studying R&B in its origin country has always been Zhou's dream since she was in high school.

2nd and 3rd albums: “Now” and “Wow”

On July 6, 2007, after successful completion of the Encore Program at the Musicians Institute, Zhou returned to China and immediately immersed herself in the preparation for her new albums. The same summer she also graduated with honors from Xinghai Conservatory of Music with a bachelor's degree.

On December 18, 2007, she surprised both her fans and critics by simultaneously releasing twin albums, NOW and WOW, each containing ten songs.

"Now" is along the lines of her iconic "Bi Vocal Style" that she is best known for.

Other hit songs include "Anniversary"("一周年“), a sorrowful song in which the singer exhibits her vocal range, and "City of Angels" (”天使之城“), a song custom made for Zhou reflective of her experiences living alone in L.A.. The album also includes "That Me Tells Myself"(”那个我对我说“), a self-reflective unassuming piece of work, "Future is Now" (”未来就是现在“), which she wrote for the Beijing Olympics, and "Each Other" (”彼此“), a dedication to her fans which she co-wrote.

In "Wow" she relentlessly challenged herself in wide-ranging music genres including rock, big band, jump blues, dance, Britrock, and ballad. Fans and critics alike ardently embraced her adventure and spoke highly of her courage.

"The twin albums", as Zhou put it,"represent the full me." Now embodies the more recognized Zhou's style – the softer and more mellow R&B and pop – and Wow on the other hand is audacious and unbashful. She also admitted that, compared to her first album, she had had more input and two-way communications with the musicians and lyrists in the recording process. The twin albums, particularly Wow, received critical acclaims since they debuted. The two albums have proven commercially successful as well. Although released less than two weeks away from the end of the year, they managed to steal the best seller of the year title with the one of China's biggest online music stores, Both albums continued their robust sales into 2008 and have been among the best-selling albums across China.

Music and the Olympics

In addition to "Future is Now", she was also chosen to sing the demos of two other Olympics-themed songs, "Dream in Sight" and "Light of Life", both works of Hong Kong musicians and lyrists.

The two songs above were released in a not-for-sale limited-edition CD. She also joined many other singers and entertainers in singing two official BeijingOlympics songs, "We Are Ready", the official one-year countdown song, and "Beijing Welcomes You", the official 100-day countdown song.

On April 20, 2008, Zhou as one of the two appointed "young ambassadors" participated in the filming of a series of Beijing Olympics promotion videos as part of a publicity campaign named "56 Ethnic Groups; One Dream". The other ambassador is Alex Fong Lik-Sun, a professional-swimmer-turned-singer/actor from Hong Kong.

Recent endeavors


Since November 30, 2005, Zhou Bichang has been serving as the Young Ambassador for the “Land of Love, Water Cellars for Mothers” project, a charity fund started by the China Women Development Foundation that finances building water cellars and small-scale water supply systems in the arid northwestern region of China. Zhou herself contributed CN¥ 10,000, or 10 water cellars at CN¥ 1,000 each. Thousands of her fans, nationwide, have since followed her lead. To date, their donation is estimated to have exceeded CN¥ 550,000, a large portion of which has already been used to build water cellars in said region. As the Ambassador, Zhou took a trip to Dingbian County, Shaanxi Province, to personally promote the project. During her trip, she visited families in dire need of reliable, clean water supply.

On December 1, 2005, Zhou was named the Ambassador of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Guangdong Province.

During the period of October to December 2006, Zhou participated in several events for the “I Want to Go to School” campaign, a two-month-long initiative co-sponsored by China Music Radio and China Children Foundation. Zhou, along with other artists, showed her support for helping to raise awareness of children in extreme poverty. For the campaign, she also recorded one version of the theme song “ Kids” (“娃娃”), composed and written by the renowned Taiwanese musician Li Zongsheng.


Albums and EPs

Album Type Album Information Track listing
1st EP Bibi's 1st EP
(周筆暢1st EP)
  • Released: 1 June 2006
  • Label: Yuelin Culture
1st Studio Who Touched My Violin String
  • Released: 12 August 2006
  • Label: Yuelin Culture
2nd Studio NOW
  • Released: 18 December 2007
  • Label: Yuelin Culture
3rd Studio WOW
  • Released: 18 December 2007
  • Label: Yuelin Culture
4th Studio Time
5th Studio i, fish, light, mirror
6th Studio Black apple
7th Studio Unlock


Year Song Title
  • 多麼的想你 (How I Miss You)
  • 筆記 (Bibi’s Notes)
  • 曾經跟你做同學 (I Once Was Your Classmate)
  • 甩包包 (Swing Swing Swing)
  • 解脫 (Extricate)
  • 娃娃 (Kids)
  • 夢想在望 (Dream in Sight)
  • 生命之光 (Life’s Light)
  • We Are Ready
  • 妈妈,我不哭 (Mom, I won't cry)
  • 大家一起喜洋洋 (To be happy together)
  • Season
  • 你們的愛 (Your Love)
  • 倒敘的時光 (Reversed Time)
  • 魚罐頭 (Canned Fish)
  • I miss U missing me
  • 你們的愛 (Your Love)
  • 夢想大不同 (Different Dreams)
  • 我的神奇 (My Magic)
  • 黑蘋果 (Black Apple)
  • 御龙耀九天 (Dragon Shining in the Sky)
  • 走! (Go!)
  • 云图 (Cloud Atlas)
  • 星空之下(Under the starry sky)
  • With You (feat. EPIK HIGH)


Movie Information
McDull, the Alumni《春田花花同學會》
  • Released: January 26, 2006
  • Role: OL3
The 601st Phone Call《第601個電話》
  • Released: August 18, 2006
  • Role: 易淑 (Yishu)
Who Touched My Violin String (Music Movie)
  • Released: October 9, 2006
  • Role: 筆筆 (Bibi)
Cold War 2
  • Released: July 8, 2016
  • Role:

Select musical awards

 See also:List of awards and nominations received by Zhou Bichang
Year Awards
  • Hong Kong Metro Radio Hits Music Awards - National Popular Singer
  • The 6th Top Chinese Music Annual Ceremony - Most Popular Female Singer (Mainland China)
  • The 13th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards – Most Popular Singer, Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Bibi's Notes")
  • The 5th HK Metro Radio Mandarin Hits Music Awards - Best Female Singer, Most Popular Female Singer (Nationwide), Most Popular Karaoke Songs (for "Bibi's Notes")
  • The 6th Global Chinese Music Awards – Most Popular New Female Artist, Allround Artist, Regional Outstanding Singer for Guangdong
  • The 6th 9+2 Music Pioneer Award – Most Popular Female Singer (Mainland China), Best Album (for "Who Touched My Violin String"), Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Phone Number")
  • The 8th TVB8 Mandarin Music On Demand Awards – Best New Female Singer, Audience's Favorite Female Singer (Mainland China), Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Only Me Left")
  • The 12th Channel[V] China Music Awards - Most Popular Searched Song of the Year (for "Bibi's Notes")
  • The 14th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards – Outstanding Performance of the Year, Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Phone Number")
  • The 1st M. Music Annual Awards – Best Selling Original Song from a Movie of the Year, Special Contributions Award and Best Selling Female Artist of the Year (Mainland China)
  • The 13th Channel[V] China Music Awards – Best New Comer of the Year (Mainland China)
  • Hong Kong Top 10 Chinese Songs Music Award – Nominated for Most Popular Female Singer (Nationwide)
  • The 7th Global Chinese Music Awards – Top 5 Most Popular Female Singers, Allround Artist, Regional Outstanding Singer for Guangdong, Top 20 Songs of the Year (for "The Future is Now")
  • The 6th Music Radio China TOP Chart Awards – Mainland Best Female Artist, Best Arranger (for "Liuyang River 2008"), Annual Golden Melody (for "WOW")
  • The 15th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards – Best Female Singer, Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Liuyang River 2008")
  • Yiting Music Charts Annual Awards – Top Female Artist of the Year, Most Popular Single of the Year (for "Liuyang River 2008"), and Hottest Album of the Year (for "Now")
  • The 7th 9+2 Music Pioneer Awards – Most Popular Female Singer (Mainland China), Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Liuyang River 2008"), Best Album of the Year (for "Now"), Most Popular Female Singer(Voted Online)
  • The 2nd Jeanswest Entertainment Award Ceremony - Annual Golden Melody (for "Liuyang River 2008")
  • The 8th HK Metro Radio Mandarin Hits Music Awards - Mainland Best Female Singer, Nationwide Most Popular Singer (Guangzhou), Top 20 Songs of the Year (for "Your Love")
  • The 9th Global Chinese Music Awards - Regional Outstanding Singer for Guangdong, Golden Melody (for "Your Love"), 7 Channels jointly issued Media Choice Award
  • The 11th TVB8 Mandarin Music On Demand Awards - Audience's Favorite Female Singer (Mainland China), Top 10 Songs of the Year (for "Your Love")
  • Hong Kong Metro Radio Hits Music Awards - Metro Best Singer Award (Online Vote), Metro Best Mandarin Singer Award, Metro Best Mandarin Song (for "Kids")
  • The 6th Music King Awards - Mainland Most Popular Female Singer, Best Singer-Songwriter, Top 10 Golden Melody (for "Your Love")
  • The 10th Top Chinese Music Annual Ceremony - Music New Forces Female Singer, Mainland Top 10 Golden Melody in 10 Years (for "Your Love")
  • The 8th Music Radio China TOP Chart Awards - Most Popular Female Singer, Mainland All-around Artist, Top10 Golden Melody (for “Your Love”)
  • The 3rd Baidu Entertainment Boiling Point - Baidu Tieba Most Popular Charming Singer Award, Most Popular Idol, Best Fans Group
  • The 9th 9+2 Music Pioneer Awards - Most Popular Female Singer (Mainland China), National Pioneer Singer Top 5, Mainland Pioneer 10 Golden Melody (for "Your Love"), Premiere Best Song (for "Kids")
  • The 3rd City FM City Voice - Champion of the Year, Top 20 Songs of the Year (for “Your Love” and “This sentence”
  • The 4th Jeanswest Entertainment Award Ceremony - Most Popular Entertainment Figure, Annual Golden Melody (for “Your Love”)
  • The 9th HK Metro Radio Mandarin Hits Music Awards - Mandarin Force Female Singer, The Country's Most Popular Singer, Mandarin Force Song (for “Canned Fish”)
  • The 10th Global Chinese Music Awards - Top20 Golden Melody (for “Canned Fish”)
  • The 5th Beijing BQ Red List - Most Popular Singer of the Year
  • Metro Radio Hits Music Awards - Metro Best Singer Award (Online Voted), Metro Best Mandarin Singer Award, Metro Best Mandarin Song (for “Canned Fish”)
  • Hong Kong IFPI - Top 10 Best Selling Mandarin Albums
  • The 11th Top Chines Music Annual Ceremony - Mainland Best Female Singer, Best Arranger (for "I Miss You Missing Me")
  • The 9th Music Radio China TOP Chart Awards - Mainland Best Album (for "i, fish, light, mirror"), Mainland Most Popular Female Singer, Annual Golden Melody (for "Canned Fish"), Best Arranger (for "Canned Fish"),Best Producer (for "Canned Fish")
  • Beijing QiYi Changes the Horizon Awards - Annual Entertainment Figures
  • The 4th Baidu Entertainment Boiling Point Awards - Mainland Most Popular Female Singer, Annual Top10 Golden Melody (for “Single Mirror”)
  • Beijing 2010 Sina Network Pageant - Annual Best Album
  • 2010 Sprite China's Original Music Charts Trophy - Mainland Best Female Singer, Mainland Best Album, Mainland Golden Melody Awards (for “One-way Mirror”)
  • The 5th Jeanswest Entertainment Award Ceremony - Most Influential Music Album (for "i, fish, light, mirror")
  • 2011 China Charity Rank and Charity Ceremony - "Charity Star"
  • The 10th HK Metro Radio Mandarin Hits Music Awards - The Country's Most Popular Stage Award
  • South Korea Asian Music Festival - The Best Singer of China
  • The 4th Top List of the New Music Festival - The Best Model Singer Award
  • The 8th Music King Awards - Mainland Most Popular Female Singer, Media Choice Awards, Annual Golden Melody (for "Time Machine")
  • Mandarin Golden Melody Awards - Top 10 Mandarin Album (for "i, fish, light, mirror")
  • The 6th Beijing BQ Red List - Best Singer of the year
  • The 10th 9+2 Music Pioneer Awards - Best Lyricist (for "Canned Fish")
  • The 12th Top Chines Music Annual Ceremony - Most Popular Female Singer, Best Album (for "Black Apple")
  • The 10th Music Radio China TOP Chart Awards - Annual Golden Melody (for "Black Apple")
  • The 19th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards – Best Album (for "Black Apple"), Mainland Most Popular Singer
  • The 11th China's Original Music Charts Trophy - Mainland Most Popular Female Singer, Mainland Best Album (for "Black Apple"), Mainland Golden Melody (for "Lipsyncing")
  • Mandarin Golden Melody Awards - Mainland Most Popular Female Singer(Voted), Nationwide Most Popular Singer, Most Popular Album (for "Black Apple"), Excellent Mandarin Song (for "Lipsyncing")
  • The 20th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards – Best Songs in 20 years (for "Bibi's Notes")
  • The 12th 9+2 Music Pioneer Awards - Best Album (for "Unlock"), Mainland Best Female Singer, Mainland Pioneer 10 Golden Melody (for "Chums")
  • The 12th HK Metro Radio Mandarin Hits Music Awards - The Country's Most Popular Singer, Mandarin Force Album (for "Unlock"), Mandarin Force Song (for "Running Away")
  • The 13th Global Chinese Music Awards - Best Album (for"Unlock"), Top 5 Most Popular Female Singers, Regional Outstanding Singer for Guangdong, Golden Melody (for "Ribs"),
  • The 17th Channel[V] China Music Awards - Mainland Most Popular Female Singer
  • The 7th M. Music Annual Awards – Most Influential Female Singer, Best Selling Song (for "Ribs")
  • The 14th Top Chines Music Annual Ceremony - Best Female Singer, Mainland Most Popular Female Singer
  • The 12th Music Radio China TOP Chart Awards - Annual Golden Melody (for "Running Away")
  • The 21st ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards – Best Female Singer, Asia Popular Singer
  • The 18th Channel[V] China Music Awards - Best Album (for "Unlock"), Mainland Most Popular Female Singer
  • The 21st MTV Europe Music Awards - Best Worldwide Act


1. "Bibi Sings The Blues" The Weekly Standard, 14 March 2011.

2. "Perfection in Motion: How I Fell in Love With China's Super Girl" YAM Magazine, 30 November 2011.

3. "Pop Princess" Global Times, 16 November 2010.

4. "China's Super Girl Turns 25" China Today.

5. "Bibi Zhou Of China Named "2014 MTV EMA" Worldwide Act" MTV News, 10 November 2014.

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Preceded by
Zhao Wei
Favorite Female Artist, mainland China
Succeeded by
Li Yuchun
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