Zhu Xun

Zhu Xun (Chinese: 朱迅, born September 7, 1973) is a Chinese television host. Born in Suzhou, Zhu began her career as a television host in 1987, when she was a teenager. She was the host of the Our Generation program (我们这一代). In 1988 she appeared in the film Rocking Youth (摇滚青年). In 1992 she paused her television work to go to university at Asia University in Japan, studying management. Thereafter she remained in Japan and became a host with Japanese television station NHK. She then appeared in the television show Bounce Ko Gals, Three Giant Dragons, and Shanghainese in Tokyo. In 1998 she wrote her MBA thesis on "Media Market Strategy in the 21st Century". She later returned to China. She has hosted the 2009, 2011, 2015, and 2016 editions of the CCTV New Year's Gala.[1]

She is married to Wang Zhi, another television presenter who works for CCTV.

As with most non-locals, Zhu Xun once pronounced the name of Luhe District, Jiangsu as Liuhe instead of Luhe.[2]


  1. 朱迅 - 中央电视台简历
  2. "六合作家认为"liu"读音更靠谱". 六合区政府门户网站 (in Simplified Chinese). 南京市六合区人民政府办公室. 7 November 2014. Retrieved 2 April 2018. 而在日常工作生活中,王家干也遇到过很多"liu"、"lu"混读的情况,他说,本地人习惯读"lu",而外地人常常读"liu",有一次央视著名主持人朱迅来南京做节目,就读成"liu he",工作人员纠正过她,但这个"错误"实在难以改过来。
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