Share via Email The White Pube Gabrielle de la Puente and Zarina Muhammad. Or as their emoji review puts it: The two also host a podcast and put up the occasional YouTube video.
According to a new regulation released by the ministry last December, all music that has been modified from its original form, including those for non-profit purposes, must first be submitted to the ministry, before being uploaded online. The regulation, however, does not extend to movies, plays and other historical works.
The regulation is at present targeted at a new art form called e'gao, popularized by such groups as the Back-Dorm Boys from the Guangzhou Art Institute in South China's Guangdong Province. By using Western pop songs as background music to their videos, the face-making, lip-syncing duo has caused quite a craze on popular websites such as YouTube www.
The character "e" means "evil," and "gao" means "to make fun of". Combined, the phrase means a new multimedia expression that makes fun of original works, often with malicious intent. The word e'gao is so new it is not even listed in Chinese dictionaries.
However, it can be traced to the Japanese word "kuso", the definition of an Internet subculture that deconstructs serious literature or artistic materials to entertain people.
Of course, Kuso has many meanings, depending on the context: In Taiwan's Internet subculture and video gamers' communities, Kuso has evolved into a new attitude towards life that suggests "making fun of everything and playing practical jokes".
It has no agenda or logic.
Since being adopted by the Chinese mainland in earlyit has become a popular form of entertainment and got the name e'gao. From prime-time TV programmes, mobile phone text messages, to online chatrooms, it is difficult today not to watch, read or hear e'gao. Examples of E'gao The latest example of e'gao is the re-designing of the Olympics emblem on the Internet, which adds a skirt to the human-like figure inside the circle of the emblem and indicates it a female version compared with the skirtless male version.
The organization committee of the Olympic Games already announced last Wednesday that the girly version of the emblem actually violated their copyright and harmed the Olympic spirit.
Also, one typical example of e'gao is the recurrent use of the face of Xiaopang little fatty. The rotund Shanghai gas station intern has become an unexpected celebrity after a picture of his face was posted on the Internet.
His face has been superimposed on Leonardo Dicaprio in Titanic and Russell Crowe in Brave Heart, provoking much laughter both at home and abroad.
According to a Beijing computer professional surnamed Lin, the re-use of little fatty's face has become a competitive platform for many computer talents including himself. But e'gao does not only use photography videos, plays, novels and songs can also be vehicles.
The latest examples include the remarks of popular TV soccer commentator Huang Jianxiang. During the Italy-Australia match at last year's World Cup, Huang's emotional outburst over the winning goal by the Italian team not only caused an uproar among Chinese viewers and netizens but also gave rise to a number of short Internet audio and video e'gao pieces.
His comments were also turned into humorous mobile phone tones that were downloaded by millions of users. Huang's outburst was blamed on his huge work pressure. Likewise, many urban Chinese now suffer from the same pressure.
Jobs are more challenging than ever before and overtime is often the order of the day. As for the Back-Dorm Boys, they have been so successful in attracting millions of netizens that they recently signed a five-year contract with Taihe Rye Music, a Beijing talent management company that boasts several famous pop stars.
Reasons for its popularity While e'gao has been so popular, almost every e'gao fan has their own reason for their fondness. A Peking University student, Wang Xiongjun, said: It is an interesting, spiritual pursuit," said Wang.Art criticism Essay.
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