Liu Huan (刘欢, Liú Huān, born on August 26, 1963) is a Chinese Mandopop singer and songwriter.
He graduated from Yaohua High School in Tianjin in 1981. Four years later, he graduated from the University of International Relations in Beijing, majoring in French. During his university days, he participated in a French songwriting competition and won the first prize, as well as a sponsorship from the French government to go on a tour to Paris. Following that, he was sent to the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in China, and the time he spent there had a definite influence on his music.
He has performed the theme songs for a number of television series. The first song he performed, in 1987, was "Sun in Heart" (心中的太阳, Xīn zhōng de tài yáng), for Snowing City. He is also well-known for performing the iconic theme song, Heroes' Song (好汉歌, hǎo hàn gē), of the 1997 TV series The Water Margin. His song, "Asking Myself a Thousand Times" (千万次的问, qiān wàn cì de wèn) has also remained in the top position for ten weeks on Chinese radio stations.In 1990, he performed the official theme song "Asian Mighty Winds" (亚洲雄风,yà zhōu xióng fēng) with Wei Wei at 1990 Asian Games in Beijing.
On March 19, 2004, he held his first concert ever in his 19 year long career in the Capital Indoor Stadium, Beijing, called "Huange 2004" (欢歌2004, huān gē 2004). Other singers present at his concert included Na Ying, Sun Nan, Sha Baoliang and Warren Mok.On August 8, 2008, Liu performed the official theme song "You and Me"(你和我, nǐ hé wǒ) with British singer Sarah Brightman at 2008 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony in Beijing.
Apart from being a singer-songwriter, he is also a teacher. He taught in the University of International Relations and is currently teaching history of Western music in the University of International Business and Economics.