Jing Tan, the Chinese singer who created a style combines the three singing styles: ethnic, popular and operatic . She is the first master‘s degree graduate majoring in popular singing in China. In 2002, she first performed her famous song “On the Peak of the East” in CCTV Spring Festival Gala. After that, she has been on the CCTV Spring Festival Gala stage for twelve times. Her songs creatively combine ethnic music, pop music and stage play, and her works such as “Mulan Psalm”, “White Haired Girl” and “Princess Wencheng” have made for the development of Chinese national opera and musicals. Tan Jing has been invited to perform the “Consonance Voice” theme concert in Vienna Golden Hall in 2006 and in the Royal Albert Hall in 2011. Her singing has become a symbol of national events such as the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing Olympic Games, the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games, and the Spring Festival Gala. In 2016 music show “masked singer will guess” witnessed her counterattack from the main melody singer, gala singer to the all-around singer. In 2017, Jing Tan joined China’s most influential music variety “The Singer” as the first singer. She received over 100 million hits with a the song “Jiu Er”.