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卡拉OK June 22, 2011

Posted by Kate Bohlmann in Travel Log.
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In Asia, karaoke is really a part of the culture. If you want to go out and have fun, you go sing karaoke. In China, there are a bunch of karaoke places around where you go and book a private room for you and your friends for a few hours. Here, we went to KTV. It’s relatively cheap, and incredibly fun.

Outside the karaoke rooms, my friend Sapphire is looking ready for some serious singing

Inside you can sit down on the comfortable leather couches that line the room, and start browsing through the enormous list of songs- which includes both songs in Chinese and English. Usually, we start off picking a few songs and a few different people will get up and sing them and take turns. Eventually though, we’ll end up picking some songs that have us all up and dancing through the room, and singing along at the top of our lungs to the songs. (Luckily the karaoke rooms are sound-proofed, otherwise I’m sure we might’ve had some noise complaints from other karaoke patrons 😉 )

Inside the karaoke room, excited to start!

I personally love karaoke, or in Chinese 卡拉OK (kalaOK). It’s always entertaining, and you get to experience some pretty funny moments with your friends, like how I caught my friend Cristina making a cute, funny face while singing in this picture. It really never gets old, and I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to have a fun night.

My friend Cristina making a funny face while singing 😉

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