Josh Feola

RADII Culture Editor; organizer with ChinaWeek

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About two years ago, a TV show called “The Rap of China” helped bring underground Chinese hip-hop into the mainstream. The show was a hit, and the music got popular.

Bridging cultures through hip-hop: Artists mix English and Mandarin

About two years ago, a TV show called “The Rap of China” helped bring underground Chinese hip-hop into the mainstream. The show was a hit, and the music got popular.

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