A very beautiful Chinese song by Teresa Teng. Mei Hua means Plum Blossom and it is one of China's national flowers because it looks sturdy, and has a spirit

Comment by Lester Orman on November 19, 2013 at 10:46pm

I couldn't find one with translated lyrics.


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Comment by Thomas Doherty on November 23, 2013 at 1:57am

梅花梅花滿天下,越冷它越開花,

梅花堅忍象徵我們,巍巍的大中華,

看哪遍地開了梅花,有土地就有它,

冰雪風雨它都不怕,它是我的國花。

梅花、梅花滿天下,越冷它越開花,

梅花堅忍象徵我們,巍巍的大中華。

Méihuā méihuā mǎn tiānxià, yuè lěng tā yuè kāihuā,

Méihuā jiānrěn xiàngzhēng wǒmen, wéiwéi de dà zhōnghuá,

Kàn nǎ biàndì kāile méihuā, yǒu tǔdì jiù yǒu tā,

Bīngxuě fēngyǔ tā dōu bùpà, tā shì wǒ de guó huā.

Méihuā, méihuā mǎn tiānxià, yuè lěng tā yuè kāihuā,

Méihuā jiānrěn xiàngzhēng wǒmen, wéiwéi de dà zhōnghuá.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUt6C-u0GLo      

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