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Xiaopingguo by Xiaoyang and Wang Taili - Chopsticks Bro. - is release on May 3rd 2014, and became China  Top 1 in 2 weeks.

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In 1991, Beyond released the song "Amani" on the album Deliberate. The song "Amani" was written by Wong Ka Kui during Beyond's trip to Tanzania. The lyrics of the song are in Chinese interspersed with words from the Swahili language. The title of the song, Amani means peace in Swahili language. As suggested by the title, the song is about world peace and the plight of war-ravaged countries in Africa. The songs outro, morphing Ka Kui's to a kid's voice, reflects a plea for peace from the next generation. Unlike most of other Beyond's songs, this song is mostly written with open chords in the key of C major. The simplicity of the structure and the common key instil in it a feeling of innocence.

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One of the songs, "Glorious Age" (traditional Chinese: 光輝歲月), is about racism and the struggle of Nelson Mandela in South Africa. The song was more serious in tone than the love songs that were dominating the Hong Kong music scene. Wong Ka Kui won the best lyrics award in the Hong Kong Grammy-equivalent award ceremony. The song's guitar solo went on to be one of the most recognizable electric guitar riffs in Hong Kong rock music.

Beyond Hong kong

Beyond was a rock band from Hong Kong that was founded in 1983 and disbanded in 2005. Their last lineup consisted of Paul Wong, Wong Ka Keung, and Yip Sai Wing. 海闊天空 (Boundless Oceans Vast Skies) & 光輝歲月 (Glorious Years), by former member Wong Ka Kui, are two of their best known works. Wong Ka Kui was known for his distinctive vocal style, remarkable melodies, and meaningful lyrical themes.

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