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Xiangsheng traditional Chinese comedy

“Crosstalk” also known as xiangsheng (相声) is a traditional Chinese comedic performance dating back to the late Qing Dynasty.  In the form of a dialogue between two performers or much less often, a solo monologue. Traditionally the actor wears a long blue colored gown and keeps fan in his hand.  The language is rich in pun and allusions and is delivered in a rapid, bantering style. Even nowadays, xiangsheng is one of China’s foremost and most popular performing arts, and is typically performed in the Beijing dialect. The acts would sometimes include singing and musical instruments.

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Money means trust, money is sexy

It seems to be the same everywhere in the world. Wherever you show up with typical status symbols just like an expensive Italian car (like Lamborghini, Ferrari and so) you win the game.

Some days ago there was a little test being made in China. Lamborghini driver with a six-hundred-thousand-dollar car stopped at the pavement and asked a woman if she ……..

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