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A rather small part of the song in this video between 00:30 and 00:40 is found. It is highly likely to be chinese, but even some words out of it might be helpful for future search. Shazam didn't work, can anyone land some help?

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  • I can't answer your question, but the song in question is apparently Cantonese according to my Mandarin‐speaking mother, so asking in a Cantonese‐specific venue may help you find an answer. Feb 3 '19 at 3:12
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    @PatrickDark this question was answered already, for some reason the answer is deleted, although I accepted it. The name of the song is Feng Ji Di Jie. And the exact part of the song is found here: youtube.com/watch?v=UKBID7gQhbg
    – Zacky
    Feb 3 '19 at 3:16
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    Excellent; thanks for providing the answer. It looks like I guessed five of the characters correctly (風經經聽到) using my knowledge of Mandarin, but got the rest of it completely wrong. The song title is “Season of Wind” if the Cantonese title corresponds to the Mandarin meaning. (You may as well answer your own question and mark it as the answer.) Feb 3 '19 at 3:25
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For future searchers, I’ll go ahead and answer this:

The song is a partial cover of the 1981 Cantonese song “風的季節”/“风的季节” (“Feng Di Ji Jie”) (literally “Season of Wind”) by “徐小鳳”/“徐小凤” (“Paula Tsui”).

The singer of the cover version is “亮声 Open”/“亮聲 Open” (literally “Bright Sound Open”). It appears to be a 2018 cover based on the dates of the videos in circulation.

There’s also a less impressive full cover video by the same artist in circulation.

  • Partial Cover (by 亮聲 Open):
    (This seems to be an official YouTube channel, but isn’t marked as such.)
  • Full Cover (by 亮聲 Open):
    (This isn’t an official YouTube channel.)
  • Original Version Official Music Video (by Paula Tsui):
    (This isn’t an official YouTube channel.)
  • Original Version Audio Video (by Paula Tsui):
    (This is an official YouTube video via Sony Music Entertainment.)

There’s apparently a second official music video by Paula Tsui that I haven’t located based on the snippet of video shown at the beginning of the YouTube video at

. (This seems to be an official YouTube channel, but isn’t marked as such.)

Lastly, there’s apparently a 2012 cover by the band Soler (with male vocals). The music video can be found at

. (This isn’t an official YouTube channel.)

Edit:

The YouTube video that was at the first link has since been marked private and is therefore no longer accessible; someone posted another copy on what appears to be an unofficial channel at 徐小凤粤语经典《风的季节》. An alternative version is available on a seemingly official YouTube channel at 霸气小姐姐唱《等风的季节》,独特的嗓音,太有魅力了!【亮声音乐】.

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