A lost in self-determination, an exit for future.
Today I would like to recommend a Chinese student group named MelodyC2E and share some of my own thoughts on music. What they are putting efforts in, is exactly as their name: melody from Chinese to English. Here, by 'Chinese', I refer to the 'Chinese language', as the 'Chinese song' refers to any songs sung in... Continue Reading →
Today I wanna share you a speech presented by Wang Leehom 10 years ago at Oxford University. He is a Taiwanese-American, a very well-known Mandopop singer-songwriter. Leehom created 'Chinked-out' (C-pop), a musical style fusing Chinese elements with hi-pop and R&B. Holding honorary doctoral degrees from both William College and Berklee, he insists devoting himself to creating... Continue Reading →