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Q: What's your best Chinese song to sing at KTV?

We've all been roped into going to karaoke, that quintessential part of Chinese nightlife. While you are able to belt out a few Western hits, your friends and guest all want you to sing a Chinese song. As inebriated as you may or may not have become, you muster you way up to the microphone and begin to show off your immense knowledge of Chinese crooning.

 

What's your song to sing in Chinese? If points are to be given, it will be to the newest, most unfamiliar song. There's a backlog of oldies that are always availible, so let's hear how hip your KTV playlist is!

8 years 41 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Other cities

 
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1.  Pyongyang, City of My Dreams;

 

2.  Carry the Red Flag High;

 

3.  Waltzing Matilda.

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They actually have several songs?

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Har!   Yeah that's right...it's the same thing over and over...ad nauseam, a la Celine Dion...one tune, and it goes on and on, and on....

 

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