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Asia New Singer Competition

The 11th Asia New Singer Competition logo, as shown on the channel YNTV.

Asia New Singer Competition (simplified Chinese: 亚洲新人歌手大赛; traditional Chinese: 亞洲新人歌手大賽) is a singing competition established by Shanghai Cultural Development Foundation in Shanghai, China, featuring younger and relatively unestablished contestants from many Asian countries, although contestants from Europe and Oceania have also participated and won awards. Some participants like Siti Nurhaliza, Misha Omar and Jaclyn Victor from Malaysia and My Tam from Vietnam would go on to become superstars in their countries. Shila Amzah later rose to fame in Asia after sign a record deal in Shanghai China.

It is usually held with the Shanghai Music Festival, although recent editions have been held in Beijing and Penang, Malaysia.

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Year Gold Award Silver Awards Bronze Awards
2010
(11th)
[1]
  Lordenn Panganiban   Umaria Sinhawansa
  Dessy Dobreva
  Sarun Kungbunpot
  Alina Eremia
  Osmo Ikonen
2008
(10th)
[2]
  Shila Amzah   Victoria Chan (陳皓恩)
  Casper Blancaflor
  Lu Jian (陆坚)
  Cheenee Daria
  Michael Montgomery
2006
(9th)
[3]
  Maria Donna Taneo   Alan Dawa Dolma
  Jimmy Layo Marquez
  Sista Five
  Umaria Sinhawansa
  Eleanor Cassar
2005
(8th)
  Jaclyn Victor
2004
(7th)
[4]
  Wang Hao (王昊)   Rachelle Ann Go
  Anri Jokhadze
  Iskandar Ismail
  Vince Chong
  Jung Seung-ah
2003
(6th)
[5]
  Misha Omar   Jin Lin (金霖)
  Erkin Abdulla
  Cao Huan (曹欢)
  Naran
  Marzhan Arapbaeva
2002
(5th)
  Sharifah Hadijah Moss
2001
(4th)
  Wei Li (魏丽)   Liza Hanim
2000
(3rd)
[6]
  Manana Japaridze   Sang Fangfei (桑芳菲)
  Tintin Arnaldo
  Lee Hee
  My Tam
  Mari Placencia
1999
(2nd)
[7]
  Siti Nurhaliza   Zhang Xin (张芯)
  Carol Banawa
  Bat
  Jeffrey Hidalgo
  Diah

Note: the "1st" competition in 1991 featured only Chinese singers and was simply called New Singer Competition (新人歌手大赛). Zhu Hong (朱虹) was the winner.

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