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Children's Song Flying bugs

A popular children's song: very simple, very pure.
Firefly... Firefly... Who do you miss now?

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
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Children's Song I Love Taking Baths

I love taking baths. They make my skin so nice! I have so much fun with turtles, mermaids and submarines in my bathtub. Who doesn't love taking baths?

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
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Children's Song Happy Birthday to You

A popular birthday song that twists the word "zhu" (猪, which means both "pig" and "wish") with another Chinese character (祝) to make an interesting birthday song.

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
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Children's Song Two Tigers

Listen to this classic children's song from the eighties: "Two tigers. Two tigers. They run fast. They run fast." But, something is strange about these tigers! Find out what it is.

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
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Children's Song Where Is My Friend?

This is probably the simplest Chinese song ever with only a few sentences! "One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Where is my friend? Here. Here. My friend is here."

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
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Children's Song The Little Swallow

This is a classic children's song from the '80s with a very simple vocabulary: "The little swallow is wearing a colorful coat. She comes here every spring..."

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
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Children's Song Watermelon

Watermelon, watermelon, round and round... Watch and find out the best way to eat a watermelon.

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
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Children's Song Tiger Hunting

A very popular children's song with very simple vocabulary.

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
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A Song of Revolution YK

YK, born in Switzerland, is one of the best rappers in Beijing. His diverse and complex background in an international community that incorporated the best of both Western customs and Eastern traditions, coupled with his profound love of urban music, eventually led Young Kin to the stage.

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
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Sup music Let's get it

How can one live a meaningful life? Find out with the lyrics of this hip-hop song!

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
Taiwan

Qi Qin The moon represents my heart

月亮代表我的心 is a Chinese classic. Whether you find it cheesy or not, it is a staple at the karaoke parlors. This version by Qi Qin is arguably the most famous. Watch, learn the lyrics and impress your Chinese friends at the KTV!

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
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Wang Feng Existence

Wang Feng is one of China's most famous pop rock musicians. He was trained as a viola player at the prestigious Central Conservatory of Music and forsook his classical music career to form a rock band called No. 43 Baojia Street in the 1990s. The song, "Existence," reveals insights into the conflict in everyone's daily life.

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Wang Feng Fly Higher

Wang Feng is a pop rock musician. Although he was trained as a viola player at the prestigious Central Conservatory of Music, he gave up his classical music career to form a rock band called No. 43 Baojia Street in the 1990s. Virtually every Chinese person has heard of his inspirational single, "Fly Higher." When idealism has been smothered by reality, we need more such uplifting songs.

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
China

Fish Leong There Is No If

I always say, if even in loving a person, humanity is restrained by itself, then the end of the world has already arrived. There's no need to wait until the day the earth is destroyed.

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
China

Fish Leong Waking Moments

Already knowing that heartbreak is always inevitable, why are you cherishing a long and lasting affection? Because loves are always “loath to part from each other.” Then
why do you take to heart that tiny little bit of gentleness?

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
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Fish Leong A Breathing Pain

You always say there is a lot of time, you can wait for me. I didn't understand before that there is a "tomorrow" for sure. Missing you is like a breathing pain.

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
China

Fish Leong Don't Care Who I Am

Fish Leong's live cover version of Sandy Lam's "Don't Care Who I Am."

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
China

Commercials The Love Story of Kang Mei

This ad, one of the most beautiful ever, cost $440,000 to make. It was filmed in Guilin, China and depicts both beautiful scenery and wonderful love.

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difficulty - Newbie Newbie
China

Commercials Dulux

It's great to take a nap in the summer breeze. So now, what's in your sweet dream?

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
China

MV Bye bye my love

Bye bye, my loved one. It was worth it. I will bury all the feelings into the deepest part of my heart.

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
China

MV Meeting you at YangShan

Love is like petals falling in the sky.
Happiness is around the corner.
By looking in your eyes, I knew you are already a part of my life.

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
China

MV Gao Shan | Dream

Gao Shan, the eighteen-year-old American boy, loves writing songs, singing, playing guitar and learning Chinese. He is good at covering Jay Chow and Leehom Wang’s songs while his voice is very similar to Leehom’s. His Chinese songs have been warmly received by Chinese netizens.

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difficulty - Beginner Beginner
China

MV The one who used to love me

When Clay Garner takes the stage, people are simply amazed: a soothing voice and an arsenal of incredible songs and yet- this singer/songwriter is ONLY eighteen years old!

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difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate
China

MV You Exist in My Song

This song has been playing pretty much everywhere in Shanghai. Qu Wanting is an intriguing singer. Apparently, she spent a while in Canada and writes/sings in both English and Mandarin. The male voice in this song is Li Daimo, a strong candidate in the singing competition "The Voice of China."

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