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We need more Uygur on the stage!

Popularity 5Viewed 2762 times 2014-8-2 14:14 |Personal category:topic|System category:Others| Uygur, singer, The, Voice, China

   

The Voice of China last night still waved its unbelievable charming through music which can breach any language barriers or culture gaps. This is especially true when a Uygur singer, Parhat, was telling his story with two quite touching songs, one is a mandarin song and the other is Uygur one.

When he was stepping into the center of the stage, the applause that welcomed him may be courtesy. But at the time he began to sing, his voice and style is so special that it attracted the four teachers on the big red chairs and the whole audience, including me who is watching it on TV. The climax came when he told his miss to his brother and parents in the other world and mixed his entire emotion in a self-created Uygur song. That was beautiful and touching. Parhat, the Uygur singer, grasped the hearts of the audience in and out of the TV with his voice and emotion, especially the four teacher: Na Yin, Yang Kun, Wang Feng and Qi Qin. Wang Feng said he could be the proud of the whole Uygur. And when he was finally chosen by Parhat, Na Ying and Yang Kun’s hearts were broken and they burst into tears.

Quite good, Parhat. What you did tells the whole world Uygur are born to be artists who are good at singing and dancing and with what you are able to be in the center of a gorgeous stage OF CHINA!

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Reply Report seneca 2014-9-14 13:41
I am a late-comer to this blog, having stumbled over its alluring title by accident.

I wish I would have the opportunity to read more such comments! I don't know Parhat's music but I have formed a deep interest in Uighur culture because I have had multiple personal encounters with Uighurs in Kazakhstan and in China. These people have struck me with the impression that they have much more to offer than we generally get to read. For Chinese, their artistic flair might be the most fascinating; I think they have talent, but they have talents in other fields too, which are ignored. They could for example have a fantastic literature, just as the Indians, Arabs and Persians have.

Thanks for this uplifting blog!

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  • We need more Uygur on the stage! 2015-3-16 09:44

    seneca: I am a late-comer to this blog, having stumbled over its alluring title by accident.

    I wish I would have the opportunity to read more such comments!  ...
    Hi seneca. Long time no see, how are you? I am a bit unwilling to visit this forum cause I see too much negative info or comments that is hard for me to confront. However, I think this forum is like a  honest friend who just speak bluntly to help me to be a better man. Thanks for you comments. They are never late for me.

  • We need more Uygur on the stage! 2014-9-14 13:41

    I am a late-comer to this blog, having stumbled over its alluring title by accident.

    I wish I would have the opportunity to read more such comments! I don't know Parhat's music but I have formed a deep interest in Uighur culture because I have had multiple personal encounters with Uighurs in Kazakhstan and in China. These people have struck me with the impression that they have much more to offer than we generally get to read. For Chinese, their artistic flair might be the most fascinating; I think they have talent, but they have talents in other fields too, which are ignored. They could for example have a fantastic literature, just as the Indians, Arabs and Persians have.

    Thanks for this uplifting blog!

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