春节自救指南 (Chūnjié Zìjiù Zhĭnán), ”Save-Yourself Guide for the Spring Festival”, is a musical parody that came out last Chinese New Year.
The spring festival is supposed to be a happy time for reunions with family and old friends. And it is. Kind of.
The song makes fun of the family pressure felt by many young people: If you’re a young female, chances are your aunt will try to persuade you to work less and marry sooner; if you’re working for a cool start-up, your traditional uncle will probably urge you to settle down in a nice and secure state-owned enterprise.
Then there’s the old classmate who’s suddenly working a glitzy job, or just returned home from an expensive trip overseas. Hi. Ok. Stiff smile. It’ll be over soon.
Maybe just talk about how great the food is?
I’m sure you mean it well, grandma. Iqiyi online