GCHC1057 Chinese Popular Music: Its Cultural and Musical Meanings

The professor is very engaging. She always asks different students questions and encourages us to express our opinions. For example, when we are given lyrics of a song, she randomly selects a row of students and asks them about what they think about the meanings of the lyrics and what historical importance that it shows. Also, to make things more interesting, she shows clips of singers singing the songs, such as Eason Chan. She uses that video to test us on musical knowledge and to relate it to musical history. It gives me more incentives to write what I feel about the performance.

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