How this American’s Chinese song went viral in China – BBC News
How this American’s Chinese song went viral in China – BBC News I hope that my lyrics has really reached people and stick to them is Christine Welch the names I told her myself a is Kelis is dating. I think it was around August, but some people started coming to my Facebook page and saying: hey. There’S a ton of people who love your song new app called ticktocker zoeva in Chinese. What I wanted to do with my life release in every moment there so many possibilities, that’s the feeling I was trying to convey the song itself really reminded me: it’s like snow falling coming home at like midnight. Nothing was whitening silent, Northwestern University after I graduate. If I move to Taiwan since at that time I was just getting really into Chinese music started – writing songs, posting them on YouTube. I’Ve never written a song in English. I just feel like Chinese is a very poetic language. I mean, I think, there’s a lot of people who sang Chinese. I don’t think that’s really all that special, but I hope that my lyrics can really Reach people and speak to them. I hope that people will be able to recognize that I’m an individual and like be able to know my name Christine Welch has been writing and singing in Mandarin Chinese for years, but got her big break when her song A Million Possibilities went viral.
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