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PostHeaderIcon Oliver en Chine - reportage RTS "Mise au Point"

Le magazine hebdomadaire d'information de la Radio Télévision SUISSE "Mise au Point" a suivi les traces d' "Oliver" en Chine...



PostHeaderIcon RUN RUN RUN

Here’s my new song in Chinese. The clip was made in Geneva in June 2012 by CCTV and will go on line as soon as it is finished, sometime this summer. "Run. Run, run, time passes quickly "!


PostHeaderIcon Wo Ai Ni live in Mohe - China 2010

I sang "Wo aï ni" for a large audience in Mohé with the participation of a group of entrancing, talented dancers. Wow! What an atmosphere that night, really hot, and everyone joined in with such enthusiasm to what was a really great evening! Mohé is a large town situated in the North of China, opposite Siberia. On the occasion of the Equinox Festival at the time of the 2010 World Football Cup, I was invited to this fabulous place, with my family, by the municipal authorities. This particular trip will remain one of the most memorable souvenirs of my tour in China where the welcome was absolutely amazing and where I enjoyed many magical moments. Long live MOHE! Wo aï ni! Its unspoiled countryside and unique sites, the wonderful hospitality… just about everything you could want for an unforgettable journey. You can take it from me!


PostHeaderIcon Haïkou - China 2009

Haïkou, which is on the tropical island of Hainan, was the location for shooting a number of quirky and very enjoyable sequences in both the touristy and non-touristy locations of this warm and welcoming town.


PostHeaderIcon 2010 - First song in Chinese, "Wo aï ni"

WO AI NI means… I love you. Indeed, such a beautiful love affair with China, sincere, brilliant, generous and productive. At the time I did this recording my pronunciation was not so good and the Chinese people appreciated having sub-titles for the numerous national television (CCTV) broadcastings.
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