Dong Wenhua, a famous Chinese singer, began her musical career at the age of 15. Dong rose to fame by performing folk ballads that were loved by the Chinese people. Many of her singles, like "The Full Moon," "Story of the Spring," "The Long Great Wall," were very popular in the 1980s and 1990s. As part of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Zongzheng Song and Dance Ensemble, Dong performed extensively in China and abroad. Her sweet singing voice won her the nickname of the "Army Moon Sister." Dong was voted the Most Popular Singer in China in 1987. Dong also won the Golden China MTV Award for four years in succession from 1993 to 1996. Her song "Story of the Spring" performed at the 1997 Spring Festival Gala (a high-profile concert in China) won the first prize of "Most Liked Song." She remains active and released two albums, Harbor in 2004 and Duckweed In The Pond in 2006.