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Host Li Wei died of cancer in the United States. Wife Havin: I will never lose my love.

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Just now, Li Wei’s wife, Harvin’s Weibo, said that Li Wei’s death: In the United States, after 17 months of anti-cancer treatment, at 5:20 am on October 25, 2018, I will never lose my love...





A person who promotes happiness, a person who loves family, a person who is respected.


It is reported that Li Wei was born on May 3, 1968 in Urumqi, Xinjiang.


In 1987, he was admitted to the Communication University of China.


In 1991, he entered China Central Television as a director.


In 1996, he served as a feature film director and served as a commentary on the documentary "The Vicissitudes of Hong Kong".


In 1998, he became the host of the variety show. In the same year, he began to host the puzzle game show "Lucky 52".


In 2002, he hosted the CCTV Spring Festival Gala.


In 2003, he hosted the CCTV two-person civilian show "very 6+1".


In 2004, he was the chief designer of the talent show "Dream China."


In 2008, he began to host the celebrity talk show "Yu Le Hui".


In 2009, he published the autobiography "咏远有李".


In 2013, its personnel file was officially transferred from CCTV to Communication University of China.


In 2016, hosted the network variety show "Idols on the sauce" jointly launched by Youku and Tudou.


In 2010, he was awarded the “Outstanding Broadcaster Host” and the TV show host for 30 years. In 2013, he won the 10th “Hua Ding Award” in China.


At 5:20 am on October 25, 2018, Li Wei died of cancer in the United States .





Li Wei’s last Weibo stayed on November 23, 2017.





Li Wei and his wife Havin.





Li Wei's family of three.