林妙可 Lín Miàokě
Lin Miaoke (July 1, 1999 -), known as "China's first child star , was born in Beijing, now studying at secondary school. She appears in the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games to lip-synching the song "Ode to the Motherland". In fact, this original song was singing by another little girl, Yang Peiyi, whose sing behind-the-scenes concert.
From 2008 SUMMER OLYMPICS:
Attention was then turned to 56 young children representing the 56 ethnic groups of modern China, and donning respective costumes. They marched in the flag of the People's Republic of China as a young girl in red, 9-year-old Lin Miaoke (林妙可 Lín Miàokě), was seen performing Ode to the Motherland, while miming to the voice of Yang Peiyi. Only one-third of Ode to the Motherland was sung to save time. The flag of the People's Republic of China was then handed over to eight well-dressed People's Liberation Army soldiers who carried the flag in a slow, goose-stepping march over to the flag podium and the Chinese national anthem March of the Volunteers was sung by a 224-member choir while the flag was raised.