Punk Rock, Chinese Style

According to this report from Foreign Exchange, the children of China’s one-child policy, now in their 20s, are expressing themselves in forms adopted from Western pop-culture, such as punk rock: Click here to watch the video if you can’t see the embedded player. For more on Reflector, check out their English-language Web site. And, yes, they also have a MySpace page, where you can listen to a few tracks. Judging by “Bie Shang Dang,” Chinese is much better suited than some languages (French, for example) to the cadences of punk. On “Your Are My Sunshine,” sung in English, the singer […]

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