Jiao Sun (b. 23 January, 1976) is a Chinese singer and television presenter. She has achieved notability through Chinese-language media in countries such as China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, and since 1998 her career has advanced into European markets, with affiliations with Kuboia's Nick Go! having helped her success in said markets.

She performs or has performed in Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay, English, Polish, Dutch, German, and French.

Early life

Jiao was born the daughter of a Chinese Communist Party official and a pastry baker in Foshan in Guangdong Province, China. She attended an art school in Guangzhou in the same province and sung as a child singer at Communist party rallies.

Rise to fame and early career

Before becoming a singer, she had appeared in a dance sequence with her brother in Bob Hope's 1979 TV special On the Road to China.

She became popular after Hope, seeing stardom in the young Chinese girl, helped her with building up a music career, and soon several tours of China followed along with appearances in several of Hope's programs, including his On the Road to the Vlokozu Union special.

Her first album, Ciao, I'm Jiao, was released on the China Record Corporation label in 1988. She released two more albums, Song of Foshan, and Star Baby Mei, in 1992 and 1996 respectively.

Development of music and image

In 1998, she opened for Assa Darson at a concert in Beijing at the Workers' Gymnasium, which was broadcast in Kuboia on Vision One. This began her popularity in Kuboia, and inspired Rodrick Miles to book her first European concert in Goodghetto, West Kuboia, where the applause level was measured on both dates she performed.

The following year, she was selected to be one of the hosts of Nick Go!, and she bought a US$500,000 home in the Kuboian Borders as an European residence.

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