Watch This Choir Sing About the Pain of a Parent’s Nag
You don’t need to be fluent in Chinese to feel the pain of this carefully conducted complaint we all can understand.
If you can relate to reluctance of answering your relatives’ questions, you will LOVE this performance by the Shanghai Rainbow Chamber Singers, entitled What I Do Is For Your Own Good — The Spring Festival Survival Kit.
The song talks about life as a millennial, heading home for the holidays, and having to deal with criticism about their salaries, weight, and relationship status.
Can someone please make an English version?!