Mòlìhuā, Jasmine Flower, is a Chinese traditional folk song dates back to 18th century perhaps in 1763 during the Qing Dynasty when Empror Qinglong ruled the country.

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There are different versions of this song having different lyrics and melody. As I mentioned earlier that Chinese language is all about tones and melodies, so this song will prove it. Mòlìhuā is not only famous in China but all around the world. It was so fascinating for the whole class when our Tan Lao Shi [Lao Shi means teacher] sang Mòlìhuā in the class. This song is also used to teach Chinese language, so after Tan Lao Shi all of together sang this melodious song. You can also join us and enjoy.

Molihua Lyrics
Molihua Lyrics

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韩瑞雅 Han Rui Ya

Loves learning, reading, writing and teaching.

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