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Dean & Tyler W7 Chinese Music

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Debra Goldstein

on 12 February 2014

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Transcript of Dean & Tyler W7 Chinese Music

Geographical features of china.
China is located in Southeast Asia and along the coastline of the pacific ocean. China is also the worlds 3rd largest country with an area of 9.6 million square kilometers, and a coastline of 18,000 kilometers.

China's government
There are 4 branches in the chinese government; legislative, judicial, executive, and the military branch.

The traditional music of china can be traced back 7000-8000 years ago, based on the discovery of a bone flute made in the Neolithic age. During the Tang Dynasty dancing and singing entered the mainstream. It spread from the royal court to the common people.
Chinese Traditional music

Chinese Music
3 insruments used in traditional chinese music are flute, harp, and recorder. There was also birds chirping in the background.
Instruments in Traditional Chinese music
Eason Chan is a promient male singer in Hong Kong's music industry. Eason was born on July 27, 1974 in Hong Kong.

Chan Wing-wah is a professor and music composer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was born in 1954. We were not able to find where Chan was born.

He Yong is a rock musician who was born on Febuary 15, 1969 in Beijing.He manly sing and rocks out in his own time, and has one album, "Garbage Dump".
Beijing National Stadium, officially the National Stadium , also known as the Bird's Nest , is a stadium in Beijing, China. The stadium was designed for use throughout the 2008 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.
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