Monthly Archives: August 2011

New Chinese Songs on Week 37

“Happy song” expresses how to be happy. Actually, no need any reason for being happy. It is easy to be happy, for instant, staying with a young mind. “We were all good children” describes a memory of a girl about … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 36

“I don’t wanna say” is an opening theme song of Chinese series “Outside female job-seeker” (外来妹, wài lái mèi) played in 1991. It describes the affectionate world of the village girls who leave the hometown and go to the metropolis … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 35

“Wonderful bachelordom” shows a lady to realize that it is smart to give up her man who has an affair with another woman. She will start enjoying her bachelordom instead of waiting his determination to choose whom to carry on … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 34

“Thank you for your love” shows that a man has had several failed relationships with the women and has been hurt. He dislikes to be lonely but he is also afraid to get along with another woman to start a … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 33

“Can’t help falling in love with you” is an opening theme song of the famous Tai Wan series Meteor Garden(流星花园, liú xīng huā yuán). It describes that a girl is fanced by a boy for her charming eyes. But he … Continue reading

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New Chinese songs on Week 32

“Cappuccino” describes the feeling of a girl whose boyfriend has left her. Perhaps love is just as having Cappuccino, which is smelling good. And it’s hard to forget it. “Hero paean” is one of the songs composed in 1962 of … Continue reading

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