M: how r u?
U: I'm doing fine...and you?
M: as fine as you are
M: I'm watching a video of "China Talent"
U: now China has this TV show
M: (nod), yeah, they bought some copyright from Britain or America.
M: it's a Chinese version
U: surprised the Chinese bought the copyrights.
M: no surprise that you surprise it.
M: you like to watch China with a colored glass.
M: I just watched a clip of video of that show: a peasant sang Italian Opera.
M: that's so moving.
M: I watched another clip of video, I watched almost 10 times and every time, I couldn't control my tears. Many people are moved by that video.
U: its like that british guy who sang oprea on the british version
M: less moving than that British guy.
M: when I saw that British guy singing, I cried, if I don't remember wrong. But this guy is quite happy
U: singing never makes me cry
M: that Susan boil made me cry
M: how to spell her name?
U: only if someone nails my head to the floor...then i will cry
M: who did that, anyway?
U: Susan Boyle?
M: did u cry for her?
M: I remember that I watched her video many times, every time, I cried
U: she has great talent...but no...nothing to cry about
M: why did I cry for her?
M: I think that it's because her dream came true finally.
U: OH...in that case it is OK to cry
M: I always cry when I see people so excited when their dream came true after so much efforts and depression.
U: I thought maybe the singing was so beautiful it had an effect on your emotions
U: better to cry than to having to run to the bathroom
M: there may be something touchs something in my heart.
M: I also had some dreams and some dreams came true, but I never cried about them. but I cried for other people's dreams coming true. It's a bit strange.
M: When watching the video, people like me cry, and some people including you run to the bathroom.
U: i see :)
U: you have a good spirit about you...seems you are unselfish
U: and with this attitude...i'm sure your dreams will come true as well
U: I see the posting of the China talent show on your website
U: with video
U: and a peasant dressed as Elvis Presley
U: seems china is about fifty (50) years behind the west as far as fashion is concerned
M: some people are really modern in China.
M: but those people are low-level people.
M: I mean that they live at the low level of the society
M: I mean that guy in the video.
M: The peasants are usually very poor and almost have a lowest-position in the society.
M: Just so you know, the gap between rich and poor are huge in China. Some Chinese rich people can form a long line to buy LV bags, and some could buy a few abroad.
M: It's said that there are many Chinese people in those Dubai hotels during the Spring Festival.
M: are you so shocked by those Chinese rich people and running to the bathroom?
U: no just busy working...
U: have you ever been to Dubai?
U: no never
M: some rich Chinese people have moved to USA in fact. Sons and daughters of a lot of high-position officers of China usually have a USA nationality.