Have you heard the 26-dialects of “Let it go?”

You may have heard the four official Chinese versions or the 25-language version of Frozen’s “Let it Go”, but have you heard China’s latest trending version – the fanmade  version compiled by 括号君 from netizens singing in a small sample of 26-dialects all loosely falling under Chinese ? Also I love the mainland film version of Love is an open door if you haven’t heard it.

How many versions can you understand?

Video here

Fans are already calling for new versions with other dialects (none from my province!) as well as versions with actually different languages home to China.  

List of dialects in order of appearance. Unless it’s a very common dialect, I used the name of the origin :

Mandarin, Shaanxi, Dalian, Shanghai, Shantou, Jinhua, Shanxi, Sichuan, Dongbei, Taizhou, Taiyuan, Beijing, Suzhou, Hefei, Hangzhou, Meizhou Hakka, Southern Fujian, Tianjin, Wenzhou, Nanchang, Wuxi, Fuzhou, Changsha, Guiliu, Wuhan, Cantonese

5 thoughts on “Have you heard the 26-dialects of “Let it go?”

  1. Pingback: China, Hong Kong and Cantonese: Dialect dialectic | China Daily Mail

  2. waaah! …I didn’t understand any of it (aurally) besides the Mandarin, and kiiiiind of the Hangzhou version > o <

    • Unfortunately not. I usually try to find YouTube videos if possible or upload them, but the video is too similar to clips from the actual film so the video got taken down, and I didn’t want to have to remake the video …

  3. This is so awesome! I love it when people cover songs/make songs in all the different Chinese dialects.

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