Chinese music stars who deceased at age 72

Here are 16 famous musicians from China died at 72:

Luo Jialun

Luo Jialun (December 21, 1897 Jiangsu-December 25, 1969 Taipei) was a Chinese personality.

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Zuo Zongtang

Zuo Zongtang (November 10, 1812 Xiangyin County-September 5, 1885 Fuzhou) was a Chinese military leader and politician.

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Hong Chengchou

Hong Chengchou (April 5, 1593 Nan'an, Fujian-April 5, 1665 Nan'an, Fujian) was a Chinese personality.

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Cai Yuanpei

Cai Yuanpei (January 11, 1868 Shaoxing-March 5, 1940 Hong Kong) was a Chinese philosopher, politician and teacher.

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Zheng Xie

Zheng Xie (April 5, 1693 Xinghua, Jiangsu-April 5, 1765) was a Chinese artist, painter and visual artist.

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C. C. Too

C. C. Too (March 31, 1920-April 19, 1992) also known as Too Chee Chew was a Chinese personality.

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Zhuang Zedong

Zhuang Zedong (August 25, 1940 Yangzhou-February 10, 2013 Beijing) was a Chinese athlete.

He died caused by colorectal cancer.

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Bill Tung

Bill Tung (March 30, 1933 Hong Kong-February 22, 2006 Hong Kong) also known as Bill Tung Biu, Piu Tung or Uncle Bill was a Chinese actor and sports commentator. His child is .

He died as a result of emphysema.

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Wang Ren-Mei

Wang Ren-Mei (December 1, 1914 Changsha-April 12, 1987 Beijing) a.k.a. 王人美, Wang Renmei, Wang, Ren-Mei, Ren-Mei Wang, Renmei Wang, Wang Jen-mei or Wang Shuxi was a Chinese actor and singer.

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Roy Chiao

Roy Chiao (March 16, 1927 Shanghai-April 14, 1999 Seattle) also known as Hong Qiao, Roy Chao, Hung Chiao, Roy Hung Chiao, Wang Kiu, Qiáo hóng or Kiu4 wang4 was a Chinese actor.

He died caused by myocardial ischemia.

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Tan Yuling

Tan Yuling (April 5, 2015 Beijing-August 14, 1942) also known as Concubine Xiang, Tatara Yuling, Jade Years or Noble Lady Xiang was a Chinese personality.

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Zhao Lirong

Zhao Lirong (March 11, 1928 Tianjin-July 17, 2000 Beijing) was a Chinese actor.

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Empress Dowager Cixi

Empress Dowager Cixi (November 29, 1835 Beijing-November 15, 1908 Zhongnanhai) a.k.a. Empress Dowager Tzu-hsi, Empress Xiao-Qin Xian, Empress Xiao-Qin Ci-Xi Duan-You Kang-Yi Zhao-Yu Zhuang-Cheng Shou-Gong Qin-Xian Chong-Xi Pei-Tian Xing-Sheng Xian, Worthy Lady Yi, Concubine Yi, Consort Yi, Noble Consort Yi or West Empress Dowager was a Chinese personality. She had one child, Tongzhi Emperor.

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Yan Huaili

Yan Huaili (July 24, 1936 Fengnan District-April 12, 2009 Beijing) otherwise known as Yan Huaili or Huaili Yan was a Chinese personality.

He died as a result of lung infection.

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Li Hao

Li Hao (April 5, 0893-April 5, 0965) was a Chinese public servant and politician.

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Georg H. Schnell

Georg H. Schnell (April 11, 1878 Yantai-March 31, 1951 Berlin) a.k.a. Georg Schnell, Georg Heinrich, G. H. Schnell, G.H. Schnell, George Schnell, Schnell, Georg Heinrich Schnell, Georg Schnell/Schnell, George Snell, Georg H.Schnell or G.H.Schnell was a Chinese actor.

He died as a result of lung cancer.

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