筷子兄弟 (Kuàizi Xīongdì), the “Chopstick Brothers”, are a pop comedy duo, most famous abroad for their viral 2014 hit “小苹果” (Xiăo Píngguŏ), “Little Apple”, the music video for which features Adam and Eve, a mermaid, and a contingent of well-coordinated lollipop-striped dancers.
“Little Apple” is the closest China has been to producing a Gangnam Style, spawning worldwide flashmobs and even an impressive range of fake military recruitment videos.
After starting out by unsuccessfully doing slapstick comedy for some years, the duo became famous in 2010 with their song (and accompanying short film) 老男孩 (Lăo Nánhăi), “Old Boys”, a homage to time gone by that made Generation X’ers across the country cry unstoppably.
“Old Boys” became a nationwide classic because it invokes a powerful nostalgia using the symbols of that generation (cassette tapes, love letters, tracksuit school uniforms, etc.)
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