Chinese music stars died before turning 25

Here are 18 famous musicians from China died before 25:

Li Zhisui

Li Zhisui (April 5, 2015 Beijing-February 13, 1995 Carol Stream) also known as Dr. Li Zhisui or Zhisui Li was a Chinese physician.

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Zhang Zhenshi

Zhang Zhenshi (April 5, 2015 China-April 5, 1992 China) was a Chinese personality.

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Hu Qiaomu

Hu Qiaomu (April 5, 2015 Jiangsu-April 5, 1992) also known as Qiaomu Hu was a Chinese philosopher and politician.

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Wang Hongwen

Wang Hongwen (April 5, 2015 China-August 3, 1992 Beijing) was a Chinese personality.

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Ruan Lingyu

Ruan Lingyu (April 26, 1910 Shanghai-March 8, 1935 Shanghai) a.k.a. Ruan Fenggeng, Lingyu Ruan, Ruan Ling-Yu, Lily Yuen, Lily Yuan, Ruan Fenggen, Ruan Yuyin, Yuen Ling-Yuk, Lily Ruan or Ruan Yuying was a Chinese actor.

She died caused by drug overdose.

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He Pingping

He Pingping (July 13, 1988 Ulanqab-March 13, 2010 Rome) was a Chinese personality.

He died caused by heart failure.

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Yeap Cheng Eng

Yeap Cheng Eng (April 5, 2015 China-April 5, 1994) was a Chinese personality.

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Bai Hong

Bai Hong (April 5, 2015 Beijing-May 28, 1992) also known as 白宏, 白丽珠, White Rainbow, Hong Bai, 白虹 or Bai Li Zhu was a Chinese singer and actor. She had one child, NanYang Li.

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Li Yuan-chia

Li Yuan-chia (April 5, 2015 Guangxi-April 5, 1994) otherwise known as Yuan-Chia Li was a Chinese personality.

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Wan Chaochen

Wan Chaochen (April 5, 2015 Nanjing-April 5, 1992) also known as Wan Chao-Chan, 万超尘, Chaochen Wan or Wan Chao-Chen was a Chinese film producer, film director and animator.

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Wang Donglei

Wang Donglei (January 1, 1985 Liaoning-April 5, 2008 Nanjing) was a Chinese personality.

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Bow Kum

Bow Kum (April 5, 1888 Guangzhou-August 15, 1909 Chinatown) was a Chinese personality.

She died caused by murder.

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Nie Fengzhi

Nie Fengzhi (April 5, 2015 Hubei-April 5, 1992) was a Chinese personality.

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Princess Yunying

Princess Yunying (April 5, 2015 Forbidden City-April 5, 1992) a.k.a. Aisin Gioro Yunying, Ruixiu, Jin Ruixiu, Third Sister or Lily was a Chinese personality.

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Luo Yixiu

Luo Yixiu (October 20, 1889 Shaoshan-February 11, 1910 Shaoshan) also known as First lady Luo Yixiu was a Chinese personality.

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Zhou Jiannan

Zhou Jiannan was a Chinese politician. He had one child, Zhou Xiaochuan.

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Lei Feng

Lei Feng (December 18, 1940 Wangcheng District-August 15, 1962 Anshan) was a Chinese soldier.

He died as a result of accident.

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Nie Erh

Nie Erh (February 14, 1912 Kunming-July 17, 1935 Fujisawa) also known as Nie Er, Niè Ěr, 聂耳, N. Erh, Nie, Erh or Nie Shouxin was a Chinese composer, film score composer and musician.

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