Jan 272014
 
Li Na’s Winner’s Speech At 2014 Australian Open Is Epic And Hilarious

Chinese professional tennis player Li Na nabbed her first singles final victory at the Australian Open, defeating Dominika Cibulková.

But it was her victory speech that has created a buzz online. 

She began with, “Max, agent, make me rich. Thanks a lot.”

But it was her note to her husband that really has the Web in stitches. 

“Now, of course, my husband, famous in China. Thanks for him for giving up everything, just travelling with me to be my hitting partner, fix the drinks and fix the racquets, so, he did a lot of jobs. So, thanks a lot, you’re a nice guy. And, also you’re so lucky, you found me.”

 


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Jan 202014
 
Guy Dances Across China Over 100 Days

Matt of Where the Hell is Matt was one of the first viral video stars on YouTube. He captured the attention of the Web by literally dancing across the globe.

Now, Jake Gaba of Devon and Jake’s Symbiotic Studios is going viral with a similar concept.

While studying Mandarin in China on a College study abroad program, the dancer mixed his passion with his travels by dancing across the country.

“I danced and filmed all over, including: Beijing, Chengdu, Xi’An, Lhasa (Tibet), Yangshuo, Zhangjiajie, Shanghai, Feng Huang, and Hong Kong,” he recalls.

 


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Jan 142014
 
China National Orchestra Performs Roar By Katy Perry

Katy Perry’s Roar is such a hit single, it’s made its way to the People’s Republic Of China.

Asian music channel Get Music Asia reports that in honor of Katy visiting the China National Orchestra in Beijing, the orchestra performed a special interpretation of Roar for the pop star.

Better than the original?

 


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Nov 142013
 
World’s First Kim Jong-Un Impersonator

Barcroft TV reports that the very first impersonator of North Korea’s young dictator Kim Jong-Un has taken to the streets of Hong Kong. 

Passersby were naturally shocked to apparently see the head of the rouge state causally walking down the street and enjoying local eateries, with many asking to take a photo. 

“It is fun to pose with everyone, and play dictator for the day. The key is always look unhappy and dissatisfied,” says the 34-year-old musician. 

 


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Oct 102013
 
Kung Fu Piano Cello Ascends Music Video At The Great Wall Of China

The popular The Piano Guys have taken their music, and their productions, to the next level. 

For their latest piece, Kung Fu Piano: Cello Ascends, they threw away the green screen, and actually performed on the Great Wall of China. 

All the music you hear was created on just the piano, cello, and Asian percussion. 

Incredible!

 


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