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The Asia-Pacific Song Contest 2010
Performance show Friday 26 November, 2010
Winners show Sunday 28 November, 2010
Host broadcaster  India
Venue Andheri Sports Complex, Mumbai
Voting system
After the Grand Final Performance Show, viewers from across Asia vote for their favorite songs through SMS and online. The voting system allows two votes, one of which may be for their own country.[1]
Number of entries 13
Debuting countries see below
The Asia-Pacific Song Contest
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Our Sound, the Asia-Pacific Song Contest 2010 is the first annual Asia-Pacific Song Contest. Thirteen countries and areas are expected to take part, the host city has been confirmed to be Mumbai, India.

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Schedule

Starting from May 2009, each country will choose its entry for the contest through their own selection process. Some countries may opt to select their entry through an internal selection, where the representing network chooses both the song and artist, while others may opt to hold national finals where the public choose the song, the artist, or both. The winners from each national selection will then progress to the programme's 'Performance Show', scheduled to take place in November 2010. The stars may sing their songs in a language of their choice.

The main contest event will take place over an entire weekend in November 2010, the official date has yet to be announced. However, it is known that a 'Performance Show' will take place on a Friday night, where each country will perform their songs. Viewers at home will then be given the chance to vote for their favourite song(s), via SMS and/or the Internet. The results will be announced on the 'Winners Show' (scheduled to take place on a Sunday - 2 days after the 'Performance Show'). A spokesperson from each participating country will award the 10 songs which received the most votes from viewers. Using the traditional Eurovision Song Contest announcement system; points one to eight will be awarded to the songs placed 10th to 3rd place, ten points to the 2nd highest, and a maximum of twelve points to the song which received the most televotes.

Participants

The following 13 countries and areas are expected to participate in the first year Asia-Pacific Song Contest.[2]

Country Language Artist Song English Translation Place Points
 Australia
 Bangladesh
 Cambodia
 China
 Hong Kong
 India
 Indonesia
 Malaysia
 Philippines
 Singapore
 Taiwan
 Thailand
 Vietnam

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