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From the people who brought you Rebecca Black’s “Friday” arrives this video from a young singer named Alison Gold. She’s a fan of Chinese food, which is really quite great to see. We love Chinese food too! But the dancing panda and the young girls in robes and the panda who then starts rapping about “potsticks” (what?) goes a little far. Watch it.

From the people who brought you Rebecca Black’s “Friday” arrives this video from a young singer named Alison Gold. She’s a fan of Chinese food, which is really quite great to see. We love Chinese food too! But the dancing panda and the young girls in robes dancing some kind of Yangge-styled sway and the panda who then starts rapping about “potsticks” (what?) goes a little far. Granted, if this gets 11 year olds begging their parents to take them to Chengdu over the holidays for bowls of tingly noodles, we can deal with the horrible, horrible Auto-Tune.