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China: “Won't Sell Even If It Kills Me”

If 2007 is the year that China's masses rose up in stock market frenzy, then last week's eight percent dip came as a bucket of ice cold water. Or a sign of things to come, like the guy whose broadband wasn't working that day and went berserk when he couldn't handle not being able to check his portfolio.

Much more common, however, are the creative ways with which the craze is being dealt, like the remix of the song ‘Die And I'll Still Love You’ (死了都要爱) from the Taiwanese rock group Shin, resung here in a stock market version as ‘Won't Sell Even If It Kills Me’, subtitled using the excellent subtitling tools at dotSUB (please feel free to translate the video into other languages!):

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