The Chinese girl who imitated Adel Imam tops the trend, video

February 12, 2021
The Chinese girl who imitated Adel Imam tops the trend, video The Chinese girl who imitated Adel Imam tops the trend, video

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- CGTN Arabic, which sheds light on Chinese culture and publishes it in the Arab world, broadcast a video clip of two Chinese girls embodying a scene from the play "Watch What Makes No Need" by Egyptian artist Adel Imam.

The scene was spread on social media, especially as the Chinese accent in using the scene's words in Arabic and her attempts to imitate Adel Imam's performance.

The Chinese girl who imitated Adel Imam tops the trend, video

The Chinese girl who imitated Adel Imam is named Asia, and she said that she is "happy and honored to imitate a scene from the classic play of the artist Adel Imam," explaining that she got to know him through clips that her Egyptian friend was watching, and he did not stop laughing when hearing him.

Assia, who relied on imitating "Luke" similar to Adel Imam in the play, added that she did not understand what the Egyptian star was saying at the beginning, but her friend explained to her his dialogue and helped her in the tradition by correcting the pronunciation of some phrases.

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