I simply must share this with you all. One of my coworkers recently asked me if I knew Huang Xiaoming, the sort-of-famous Chinese singer. I did know him and even saw him perform live at a shopping center in Tianjin a few months ago... outside in the freezing cold... to a crowd of maybe 100. I thought his music sounded like boring Chinese pop trash.
"But he has a new song," my coworker told me, "about the Olympics. With the song he has ruined the image of the Olympics." Sounds interesting, right? The song shares its name with the Olympic slogan "One World, One Dream." I personally wouldn't say it ruins anything. In fact, I love it. I have watched it 4 or 5 times now. The mangled English, Huang's baffling stage confidence, the bizarre falsetto in the chorus, I love all of it.
Without further ado, I present to you Huang Xiaoming's masterpiece, "One World, One Dream" courtesy of Youku, the Chinese Youtube clone.
Youtube version added in case Youku is slow and sucky for you Americans.