Synonyms for zitao or Related words with zitao

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Examples of "zitao"
On September 19, 2015, Zitao attended the London Fashion Week after being invited by Versus Versace. Prior to the show, Zitao had been the brand's Chinese ambassador for its SS16 collection's street style photoshoot.
the early 1980s, Jin Zitao was the only person alive who had knowledge of the secret martial arts of Wudang Mountain. In 1980, Jin Zitao demonstrated Wudang Taiyi Wuxing Boxing to the National Wushu Viewing and Emulating
The discography of the Chinese singer Huang Zitao consists of one studio album, two extended plays and one single album.
In June 2015, Zitao set up an official Chinese agency, 黄子韬Z.TAO Studio. On August 24, he filed a lawsuit against S.M. Entertainment to terminate his contract. The principal cause of Zitao's exit stemmed from health concerns, mainly the aggravation of an ankle injury sustained at the Idol Star Athletics Championships. During his years as an Exo member, Zitao sustained multiple injuries.
On October 15, Zitao released the single "Reluctantly", an emotional ballad about a past love composed by himself and Grammy award winner Andros Rodriguez. At the 2015 Migu Music Awards, Zitao won his first award for "Best Stage Performance" and performed "Reluctantly".
In late 2013, Zitao took part in filming for MBC's celebrity diving program "Splash!". However, after a run of four episodes, the show was cancelled when a number of celebrities (including Zitao) were reportedly injured. The series aired from August 23, 2013 to September 13, 2013.
On June 3, 2015, Zitao was introduced as the celebrity endorser for the mobile game Almighty Team. Zitao, who is known to be an avid player of video games, has two major characters modeled after him and they display his own unique martial arts movements.
He has also expressed his desire to become a martial arts and action movie star. During his time in South Korea, he trained under Bruce Khan, who has choreographed action scenes in films such as "The Medallion", starring Jackie Chan. Zitao performs Wushu Taolu routines on stage during concerts and as a guest in variety shows often. Michelle Yeoh, martial arts actress who guest starred along with Zitao in the variety show "The Negotiator", complimented him for his Wushu skill and wished for him to successfully pass down Chinese martial arts to the next generations. Zitao has expressed the desire to follow in the footsteps of Jackie Chan in promoting martial arts.
In September 2016, he joined the second season of Hunan TV's military variety program "Takes a Real Man". After the program aired, Zitao started to gain more fans.
Zitao made his first film appearance as William in "You Are My Sunshine" alongside Huang Xiaoming and Yang Mi. The film was released on May 1, 2015.
In 2017, Zitao starred in the martial arts film "The Game Changer", directed by Gao Xixi and inspired by the Chinese television series "The Bund."
In March, Zitao announced that he was working on a new album, "The Road", and had traveled to Los Angeles to complete recording and collaborate again with American director Nick Lentz. The album was set to contain four songs, each accompanied by a music video. The lead single "The Road" was written and composed by Zitao over a six-month process, and was released on April 22, with the music video released on April 29.
On June 17, 2016, Zitao attended the Milan Fashion Week representing Ports 1961. While preparing for the show, he teamed up with Grazia and did a livestream on Meipai that reached over a total of 643,000 views, which broke off the broadcast twice for the immense viewership. Afterward, Zitao participated in a series of interviews as well as photoshoots with Ports 1961, Bazaar, Grazia, and Haibao.
According to the director of "Railroad Tigers", he chose Zitao as one of his actors because he knows martial arts. The director had previously watched his debut teaser and decided then that he had to meet him. Jackie Chan also expressed good remarks on the video. In a past interview, Zitao said that Jackie Chan is willing to teach him Taichi moves if there is time.
In October 2015, Zitao along with Yang Mi was announced as one of the celebrity endorser of the online game I'm the Sovereign. He assumed the role of the game's main character Mu Chen in the advertising campaign. Along with being the celebrity endorser for the game, Zitao was chosen to be the singer-songwriter and producer of the game's theme song, and music director for the game.
Zitao has received formal training in Wushu since the age of five. Competing in his hometown of Qingdao, he won 1st place for cudgel play, 2nd place for swordsmanship and 3rd place at the International Championships of Martial Arts.
On July 23, 2015, Zitao made his solo debut with a digital EP titled "T.A.O", which was a great success in the Chinese music industry and took 670,000 digital sales in its first week of release.
In December 2016, Zitao starred in the action comedy "Railroad Tigers" directed by Ding Sheng, alongside Jackie Chan. The movie was a hit at the box office, and Tao was praised for his performance.
According to T'ai Chi Magazine, volume 30, no. 1, Yang Qunli claims Jin Zitao started learning Wudang Taiyi Wuxing Boxing from Li Heling at Wudang Mountain in 1929. The article connotes that from the time of Li's death until
On December 14, 2016, it has been confirmed that Zitao won a lawsuit that S.M. Entertainment filed against him in China. There is no verdict for the main lawsuit as of this moment.