‘Huawei Beauty’: Chinese kids actually sing business’s applauds in surreal video

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These kids truly like Huawei, it appears.


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A video of kids applauding Chinese telecom Huawei through tune supposedly went viral, and you can get the appealing tune stuck in your head too.

The tune, Huawei Beauty, was published on Chinese social networks platform Weibo Wednesday, according to Reuters, which pointed out China’s state-run tabloid the Global Times.

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The kids are dressed identically, in white t-shirts with the character for China on them, aside from a quick area where some are impersonated a law enforcement officer, a soldier, a nurse, a waiter and a sassy racing chauffeur.

The lyrics focus around how excellent Huawei phones and China are, according to a translation on the ResetEra online forums, with lines like “All around the world, which phone is the most pretty? Everyone says it’s Huawei” and “Huawei makes me smarter! Teacher teaches me to love my country, homemade phones, love Huawei.”

However, the very best lyric in the translation is plainly “Global phones ranking, innovation by Huawei” — kids are everything about worldwide rankings and business development.

It was produced by a singing studio at the government-funded neighborhood activity center for ladies and kids of Zhuhai, Reuters reported, and was buffooned by individuals on Weibo for being nationalist. 

The scandal-scarred business’s phones aren’t readily available in the United States, and political leaders knock the business as a security danger. On Sunday, Huawei revealed the $2,600 collapsible Mate X smart device, the business’s effort to be at the leading edge of collapsible gadgets.

Huawei stated it had absolutely nothing to do with the video, the Global Times later reported. The business didn’t react to an ask for remark.


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First published Feb. 28, 6:43 a.m. PT.
Update, 12:25 p.m.: Includes more details about Huawei.



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