VOCALOID CHINA, the official Vocaloid site in China, has announced the Grand Prize and four other winners of Vocaloid China Project, an illustration contest for their Chinese Vocaloid character. The Grand Prize is a 15-year-old girl named 雅音宫羽 (Yayin Gongyu) drawn by MOTH.
The name "Gongyu" 宫羽 are two notes in ancient Chinese music — much like "do re mi" in English. The name "Yayin" 雅音 means "elegant sound." She was born on October 8, 157cm tall, and holding a traditional Chinese snack Tanghulu. The Chinese Vocaloid product featuring her will be released on June 12, 2012. How do you like her? Will she be the next Miku?
Grand Prize "雅音宫羽 (Yayin Gongyu)" by MOTH
"MOKO" by saku
"绫 彩音 (Ling Caiyin)" by rikuhao
"蝶音 (Chou)" by HANS
"牙音" by ayaya
Source: Hatsune Mikumiku
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