This is a rare song and video of Faye Wong (王菲) and Sally Yeh (葉蒨文 Yeh Wen Qian) singing “A Better Tomorrow” (明天會更好). The year, I believe, is 1997. (Added 10.7.08: See Deb’s comment re the handover of HK, which occurred on 7.1.97. Click here here for a related post.) The audio was recorded from the video, which was added to YouTube on 2 July 2006 by Muzikube, who has uploaded many of the best Faye videos. If you have a chance to view the video on the YouTube site, be sure to take the time to read the comments. Wild! Some of Faye’s and Sally’s fans are going at it, arguing about who’s better or more famous. It’s kinda sad because from what I’ve seen of them when they’re together, Sally has always been warm and gracious toward Faye, and I think Faye likes and respects Sally in return. I think audiences misunderstand Faye’s seriousness and read it as either being cold, aloof, or angry. I think Faye fans know that she doesn’t fake it by smiling when she doesn’t really feel like it. She is always honest in expressing her feelings.
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