His album Admit It was nominated for Golden Melody Awards' Best Male Singer; although it was ultimately won by Gary Chaw.Next year, he was again nominated for Golden Melody Awards' Best Male Singer, for his work in Mandarin album "Don't Want To Let Go", although the award went to Jay Chou. Joseph's College Primary School in Hong Kong, Dauntsey's School in Wiltshire, England and later Kingston University, studying architecture.He also won his first Asia Pacific's Most Popular Singer Award in 2007, and again in 2008.He sang seven songs, including a Japanese song by Koji Tamaki called "Mr. This was his first time performing in Japan publicly.Japanese Musician Ikuro Fujiwara praised Chan for his charisma on stage and expressed hope to collaborate with Chan in the future.Months after his Moving On Stage Concerts came to finish, Chan began another tour in mainland China, called "Ninety Minutes of Bliss".
During October and November 2007, he completed a total of 16 hugely successful Chan's Moving on Stage1 concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum.
They sang a duet of Cheung's, 頭髮亂了, in a fundraising campaign for SARS victims in 2003.
Chan plays several instruments in his live concerts, including the piano, the guitar, the harmonica, and the accordion. In 2009, Chan performed in "PAX Musica 2009" in Tokyo.
In 2003, he again held a series of seven The Third Encounter concerts with the support of Music Plus.
In the spring of 2006, after a year of rest and another change of record company, Chan held his fourth theme concerts, a total of nine Get a Life concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum.