U.S. singer covers JJ Lin’s Chinese pop song ‘She says’

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    U.S. singer and actress Anastasia Koss, who used to live in Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou, cherishes her memories of going to KTV and singing with friends in China. With the belief that “music can bridge all cultural gaps — through the melody, the rhythm and through the emotion of the song,” Koss has performed a cover version of her favorite Chinese song, Tashuo (“She says”) by Singaporean singer JJ Lin, for CGTN’s cultural documentary “Music Voyage.”

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