Tswana Woman Speaks Fluent Chinese in TikTok Video, Mzansi Impressed by Switch: “It Sounds the Same”

Tswana Woman Speaks Fluent Chinese in TikTok Video, Mzansi Impressed by Switch: “It Sounds the Same”

  • A woman on TikTok was on a Chinese TV show, and her fluent Mandarin went viral on her social media
  • The TiTokker who went viral for nailing a foreign language is MOE, who is an up and coming R&B singer
  • The South Africans were fascinated when MOE readily made a flawless switch between Chinese and a South African language

A singer, MOE, was on a Chinese TV show. The lady who also makes music left people fascinated when she spoke Chinese.

TikTok video of Tswana woman speaking Mandarin
A Tswana woman spoke Mandarin without a hitch while on a Chinese TV show. Image: moeismusic
Source: TikTok

The video of the TikTok creator taking on Chinese received thousands of likes. Many people commented what they thought after hearing her mix Chinese and seTswana.

South African woman's Chinese amazes others

@moeismusic appeared on TV in China and was on a show where she had to choose something. While speaking Chinese, MOE started singing the Setswana version of Eenie meenie miney mo.

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Watch the video below:

South African impressed by flawless code-switching

Many peeps thought the Chinese speaker was impressive. Read what TikTok users had to say below:

sandz_khayo said:

"I thought you were speaking Mandarin throughout until I listened for the 4th time."

@bongitau_ wrote:

"I am so proud of being South African right now."

ajay added:

"It’s the fact that you’re fluent in Mandarin."

It's Mbali commenteD:

"I was not expecting tha. Super proud of you Moe."

OLA remarked:

"Sounds like the same language."

Tshidiso Moremong gushed:

"That code switch, girl, one could swear that you didn't code switch."

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Rutendo Masasi (Human-Interest editor) Rue Masasi is a Human Interest and Entertainment writer at Briefly News who graduated with a BA (Hons) in English from Rhodes University in 2018. Rue also has 2 years of experience in journalism and over four years of experience as an online ESL teacher. She has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her via email: rutendo.masasi@briefly.co.za

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