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Just like the other billions of people I saw Rain on TV, GO BEIJING OLYMPICS. Also, Wang Lee Hom was there too.

Jackie Chan is scheduled to appear or something, I’m getting updates from here to see what is worthy of watching: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Summer_Olympics_closing_ceremony


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Track list:
Beside the Plum Blossoms (Zai Mei Bian)
Mistake in the Flower Fields (Hua Tian Cuo)
Heroes of Earth (Gai Shi Ying Xiong)
Kiss Goodbye
The Perfect Interaction (Wan Mei De Hu Dong)
Big City, Small Love (Da Cheng Xiao Ai)
The First Morning (Di Yi Ge Qing Chen)
Homies (Ge-Er Men)
Move Over (Rang Kai)
Because Love is in the Heart (Ai, Yin Wei Zai Xin Zhong)

Heroes of Earth is the 11th album of Taiwanese R&B artist and composer, Lee-Hom Wang, and was released on December 30, 2005. Since Wang’s debut, Heroes of Earth has been Wang’s most successful album, breaking the record of impressively selling more than 1,000,000 copies ten days after the release. The album stayed at first place in the G-Music Charts for 6 weeks. Ultimately, the album stayed in the charts for a total of 23 weeks and became third highest selling album in Taiwan for 2006. In this album, Wang continued with a second chapter of “chinked-out”, a new musical genre he invented for his last album, Shangri-La. This time he incorporated ancient Chinese Peking Opera and kunqu instead of the Chinese ethnic minority music he used last time. Aside, Wang also worked with other “heroes” in this album, such as Chinese American rapper Jin, Mayday’s Ashin, opera singer Li Yan, as well as famous Korean pop stars Rain and J-Lim. He named the album Heroes of Earth to represent all the heroes he has collaborated with in this album. (Wikipedia)


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