Beijing's bid for the Winter Olympics Song involving plagiarism

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  1. saipaimai

    saipaimai New Member

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    Beijing to bid for the Winter Olympics of ten songs, one of the "ice dancing" sounds like Disney animation large "snow romance" masters of the ELSA sing global popular songs "let it go".

    The report of the website of Chinese business magazine "finance" shows that these two songs, in particular their prelude to the part, melody, length, rhythm and music almost exactly the same. But the report was later taken. However this article is reproduced by several other sites.
     
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  3. saipaimai

    saipaimai New Member

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    China is a country that relies on plagiarism.
     
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    Illusive Senior Member Senior Member

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    Then you haven't seen Bollywood :laugh:
     
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    saipaimai New Member

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    Chinese people have been copying in all aspects of Europe and the United States, has never had their own original.:hmm:
     
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    Redhawk Regular Member

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    This statement is quite correct; in fact, it is very true.
     
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    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    India is a country that excels at empty talking.

    来自我的 HUAWEI P7-L07 上的 Tapatalk
     
  8. The enlightened

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    @sob @pmaitra falseflag troll alert. Although this could be interesting.
     

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