Who is No. What is the most watched music video on YouTube? In second place with 1. And what are the five most viewed Chinese music videos on YouTube since late ? Through the music video and song lyrics, these issues were satirized and criticized. The music video shows Tsai going through several outfit changes and wowing her fans with transitions from a pretentious beret-wearing intellectual and money-worshipping rich brat, to a leotard-clad fitness instructor and well-off, exhibitionistic celebrity. After his Facebook gaffe, R-chord returned this June sporting an all-new attitude. This album could be considered an expression of his true feelings after going through a series of negative events. The duo switched gender roles in the video, with R-chord putting on a wedding dress and Wang donning a suit to highlight both masculine and feminine traits. In the last few years, the theme songs for many Taiwanese movies have become some of the most popular songs on the net.
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Well, first and foremost being a Mandarin School we wanted to share another great way to learn Chinese , after all, learning Chinese songs is a brilliant way to do just that. Karaoke with a mixture of Chinese and foreigners has the capability of bringing out a whole wealth of different tastes. Teresa Teng is widely regarded as having one of the most beautiful voices in the history of Chinese music and hearing this song for the first time, the thing that struck me was the togetherness of our Chinese friends. It was almost mesmeric. From the downright beautiful to the downright bizarre. This particular song actually became famous as it was the theme song to the TV drama My Fair Princess.
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Unlike karaoke in the west, which is a very public affair, KTV in China typically involves booking a private room at a karaoke venue with a group of friends and singing your heart out for a couple of hours. One more thing--since most karaoke software and many popular Chinese songs comes from Taiwan or Hong Kong, karaoke subtitles are usually written in traditional characters. If you are used to reading simplified characters, our Integrated Chinese series offers helpful vocabulary indexes that show both simplified and traditional characters side-by-side.