Ethnic Tajik singers perform ‘Why are the pretty flowers so red?’

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-09-28/Ethnic-Tajik-singers-perform-Why-are-the-pretty-flowers-so-red–U9JQUD9Rv2/index.html “Why are the pretty flowers so red?” or “Gulibita,” as known to Chinese Tajiks, was once the theme song of a popular 1960s Chinese movie, enjoying nationwide popularity. But the song, dedicated to true love, has been in the musical repertoire of the county of Tashkurghan in southwestern Xinjiang for a long time. #AmazingXinjiang

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