‘Head to the future’ by virtual singers from China and Russia

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    Check out this new song by Luo Tianyi and Alena, two virtual singers respectively from China and Russia! Using AI, virtual reality and CG animation, the song incorporates elements of national music and showcases the good-neighborly friendship between China and Russia.

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