These are some members of the Alice Weiniang Group, which apparently includes about 200 young men in total.
The story linked above has some information about the group:
Requirements for prospective members are simple. You must be male, at least 18, slender, have soft facial features and a "feminine" body figure without broad shoulders.
Founded in 2009, the troupe initially only comprised nine members. Today, it has grown to 200 members who include singers, dancers, photographers, makeup artists and wardrobe stylists. Hua Junzhe, the AWG's founder and director, said most members are university students.
Hua, 23, explained he has "learned many tricks over the years" for young men to convincingly resemble girls.
For example, choosing wigs with blunt fringes and locks on both sides help conceal masculine, angular facial features. Tops with long sleeves can cover muscular arms, while full, fluffy skirts are better than pants at hiding male curves. Hua also advises performers to tilt their heads down at roughly a 45-degree angle to look better on camera and conceal any unsightly Adam's apples.
The troupe's stars earn a monthly bonus of around 5,000 yuan ($827) during the peak performance season, which spans the year-end period.
This story is also worth reading (and it includes a number of impressive photos). More here.
I've watched a lot of youtube videos of singers from around the world performing on the television program "Your Face Sounds Familiar." Follow that Wikipedia link and you'll see that the show has many names, but the format is generally the same. Singers and actors perform a song dressed as the original performer.
Often, that means men performing in drag.
Based on my viewing experiences, I'd say the best of these are young men with versatile voices. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find many singing in English on English language shows. The best have been singing in other languages, though they sometimes imitate American or British stars (singing in English). The native language performances are often excellent and entertaining, but I don't understand the words.
Here are some genuine highlights. Typically, I have posted more videos from these singers on my Cover Gurlz blog.
I believe Heidi Audacity is a college student. She has participated in the "Davis is Burning" drag show at her University of California campus and is featured in lots of promotional materials. Read this interview for more information about her.
I know that many readers of this blog are interested in "womanless" beauty pageants and weddings. What about fraternity drag shows?
Delta Lambda Phi chapters frequently host annual events with terrific femulations. I found some pictures posted on Flickr by the chapter at Southern Illinois University, though I could not tell if these are professional queens or amateur college students. What do you think? In other years, the chapter definitely hosted professional queens from St. Louis. This may be Siren:
On Youtube, I found a set of videos from the annual toy drive "Extravaganza" at the University of Texas-Austin chapter.
This is Sakura Jane, who lip synchs and dances a little bit. She's young, tall, thin, leggy and quite lovely. I'm not 100% sure if she's a student, but I think she is: