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Coldplay - Princess Of China ft. Rihanna

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Published on Jun 2, 2012

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Rainy Liu
Y'all just need to chill lol. I'm Chinese and I like the video, it was interesting to watch. It's not the history channel it's just a music video
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Tlc boom
2012--->2017, I cant believe it was released 5 years ago. I remember when this song first came out. Time goes by
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duchesswannabe
Coldplay is the proof that having pure talent is better than showing tits and asses.
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Priscila Viana
The way that they looked at each other... Or they are a really good actors or something happens there!
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Ms Colodwine
song's theme is chineses, the weapon is japaneses and the dance is thailands
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Quiet SpaceShell
Am i the only one that thinks that 2012 and 2013 had really good and memorable songs? edit :2011 as well
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Giulli Santt
Once upon a time, somebody ran Somebody ran away seeing fast as I can I got to go, I got to go Once upon a time, we fell apart You holding in your hand the two halves of my heart Oh whoa, oh whoa Oh whoa Once upon a time we burned bright Now all we ever seem to do is fight, on and on And on and on and on, Once upon a time, on the same side Once upon a time, on the same side In the same game Now why'd you have to go? Have to go and throw water on my flame? I could've been the princess, you'd be a king Could've have had a castle, worn a ring, but no You let me go I could've been the princess, you'd be a king Could've have had a castle, worn a ring, but no You let me go You stole my star La la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la You stole my star La la la la la la Oh whoa 'Cos you really hurt me No, you really hurt me 'Cos you really hurt me No, you really hurt me 'Cos you really hurt me oh-oh, You really hurt me ooh-ooh-ooh, 'Cos you really hurt me oh-oh, You really hurt me.
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CallMeAndy
ASIA, rather. Coz half this shit isn't even from China
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Symi Hope
okay I'm sorry but we can't gripe about culture appropriation and then turn around and do it to other cultures
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Devlin Tay
OK my two cents worth, for the people who keep complaining about this clip for various reasons. The concept of black-clad assassins (so-called "ninjas" in Japan) and wandering warriors (so-called "ronin") are not uniquely Japanese - Chinese wuxia ("martial arts") movies have had them for ages. Granted, Chris Martin is holding a katana - that is Japanese - but given that he and Rihanna (in the role of the Princess of China) battle, he's clearly a foreigner who is both in love with her and also intruding upon her kingdom ("Turandot", anyone?). The video clip combines elements from many Chinese wuxia and fantasy films. It is clearly a homage to the Chinese wuxia and fantasy genre movies such as "Hero", "House of Flying Daggers", "Swordsman II" and "A Chinese Ghost Story". Even the opening shot is a homage to the Shaw Brothers Studio movies of the 60s and 70s. Just because you're not familiar with them does not make the video clip a mess. The multi-arm dance is a Chinese dance called the "Thousand-Armed Guanyin Dance", inspired by the Buddhist thousand-armed Bodhisattva of Compassion, Avalokiteshvara.
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