I bet this episode is going to be exciting, there’s only so little slots left for each of the judges, it’s gonna be tense. They will probably fill all the slots today! This episode, we start off with a s soothing song performance by the first contestant right at the start, without any gimmicks or whatsoever. The first 5 contestants’ performance are cut and compressed into 5 minutes.
Contestant 1: Zhang Bo Lin, 17
Background: Year 2 student in High School Continue reading →
Episode 3 of the Voice of China fresh out of the oven! Another episode that I ‘live-recapped’, commenting as I watched for the first time. This time round, I cut down on descriptions (because english subs will be available here in one week or so) and added in more of my own opinions. Continue reading →
Finally here to do up the second half of Episode 2 of The Voice of China! Haven’t got time to catch up and I wouldn’t be here if not for the fact that my episode 3 recap is already up and ready to be posted after I’m done with episode 2’s recap. This part will be less detailed and mostly consist of highlights. It’s also the first time I’m watching with english subtitles. Without further ado, let’s get started! Continue reading →
I typed this as I watched it on youtube for the first time. I didn’t mean to do a detailed recap but this might just be one of the longest post I ever wrote – and it’s only 5 out of 9 contestants. Hence, I decided to split this episode into 2 parts, since it might be a while before I have time to finish up on the rest. Do check back! Anyway, I think they are starting every episode with a rock song to get the audience high. Not too bad a tactic, I would say. I like it. Without further ado, here’s the first act for today! Continue reading →