Let’s Find Out More About Chinese-Canadian Actor Kris Wu’s Birthday Parties Throughout the Years!


Kris Wu’s Birthday Celebrations Over Time

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Today, we are going to talk about one of the former members of the famous Korean male idol group EXO. Yes, we are talking about the handsome Wu Yi Fan, or people widely know him as Kris Wu. For your information, he’s a Chinese-Canadian actor, singer, and model. According to some portal news sources, Wu is active as a solo artist and actor in China and has starred in several #1 box office hits, including Mr. Six in 2015 and Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back in 2017, which are among the highest-grossing films of all time in China. He made his Hollywood debut in xXx: Return of Xander Cage in 2017.

Enough with the basic information about him. Now we are going to talk about how Kris Wu has celebrated his birthday over time. Birthday parties always make everyone happy, especially if you celebrate it with your beloved people around you. It is the same for Wu. And now, without any further ado, let’s get to the main topic!




In 2014, after leaving SM Entertainment and EXO to launch his career in China, he has maintained a high level of fans as they celebrated his birthday on Twitter to the point “#HappyWuYiFanDay” was trending worldwide.

Then, he released his new solo song on his birthday. It was the OST “There Is A Place” from his movie “Somewhere Only We Know”. What a great way to celebrate a birthday.





In 2015, Wu celebrated his birthday with fans and his close friends.




In 2016, according to chinadaily.com, Wu released a documentary that goes backstage at his 26th birthday party. The documentary, S.A.U.C.E, was recorded at his fan meeting party, held earlier in the month in Shanghai to celebrate Wu’s birthday.

The party was streamed live online, and attracted over 16 million views. Composed of five sections, Stage, Attitude, Urban, Crossover, and Encore, the documentary featured Wu’s latest single, July, a hip-hop track in English, which was written and co-produced by Wu.

The single also marks Wu’s return to music after starring in big selling movies, including Mr. Six by director Feng Xiaogang and The Mermaid by director Stephen Chow.




Wu had a birthday party to celebrate his twenty-seventh birthday at that time. The party, called “UjoFan,” was held in Shenzhen.








Wu’s birthday this year was not going to be as “single” again, because in this year he got a girlfriend.

According to China portal news, Wu was spotted with a fresh-faced mystery woman, fingers intertwined with the unmistakable seal of young love. Chinese reporters captured live footage of Kris and this woman first getting into a vehicle together, and later emerging from a parking garage underneath Kris’ residence, with hands clasped.

The woman was later identified by netizen sleuths as Qin Niu Zhengwei from Nanyang, Henan province. A popular Weibo wanghong influencer with about 900k followers, she goes by the name Luyi Luna (Weibo Account) on social media platforms. Furthermore, Luna is an aspiring actress and second-year student at Beijing Film Academy.



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