Chink In The Armor

by Say Bok Gwai

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The 2nd release from CantoCore duo, Say Bok Gwai!

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released February 14, 2017

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Say Bok Gwai San Francisco, California

Say Bok Gwai combines American hardcore, metal, punk, experimental, jazz and thrash music, with Cantonese and English vocals creating the first and only Canto-Core band in existence.

Say Bok Gwai consists of Alex Yeung (composer/guitarist/vocalist) and Andre Custodio drummer). This duo creates a new direction in music that a Chinese-American perspective that is unique to San Francisco.
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Track Name: Chow Fun Chow Not So Fun
Quote used from Lin Tse-Hs's letter to Queen Vicoria:
The wealth of China is used to profit the barbarians. That is to say, the great profit made by barbarians is all taken from the rightful share of China. By what right do they then in return use the poisonous drug to injure the Chinese people? Even though the barbarians may not necessarily intend to do us harm, yet in coveting profit to an extreme, they have no regard for injuring others. Let us ask, where is your conscience? I have heard that the smoking of opium is very strictly forbidden by your country; that is because the harm caused by opium is clearly understood. Since it is not permitted to do harm to your own country, then even less should you let it be passed on to the harm of other countries -- how much less to China! Of all that China exports to foreign countries, there is not a single thing which is not beneficial to peo ple: they are of benefit when eaten, or of benefit when used, or of benefit when resold: all are beneficial. Is there a single article from China which has done any harm to foreign countries?