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                                    Li Jian was born in Harbin on September 23rd, 1974, and is a famous pop singer in China. He graduated from the Electronic Engineering Department of Tsinghua University. He and Lu Gengxu formed Shui Mu Nian Hua, a creative song group in 2001. Their songs “Yi Sheng You Ni” (Be with you in my life) and “Zai Ta Xiang” (In a strange place) are widely famous. In 2002, Li Jian was officially a solo artist. During his solo career, he created “Legend” and other famous songs.

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