Monthly Archives: February 2011

Top 10 Recommended Chinese songs for March 2011

1. “The moon represents my heart” is a Chinese song that was written by an anonymous writer nd made famous by Teresa Teng in the 1970s. It has been covered by many performers since Teng’s death in 1995 and remains … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 8

“Look back once more” describes that a person had suffering and lost his lover in the past. No matter what problem will be encountered tomorrow, at least all the experiences let him know that simpleness is real. Look back once … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 7

“Smiling face” was another well-known song in 1993. It states that a man always thinks of the girl with her innocent smiling face and wish holds hand with her someday. “Xiao Fang” is a love song talked about an educated … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 6

“Don’t pick the roadside flowers” states that a woman warns her husband to be loyal when he lives outside alone and not to have any affairs. Roadside flowers (路边的野花, lù biān de yě huā) mean the mistress in China. “See … Continue reading

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