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Warren Buffett Will Be On Chinese Internet Spring Festival

BERKSHIRE HATHAWAYHedge fund billionaire, investment tycoon Warren Buffett will be on the annual Chinese Internet Spring Festival and meet millions of Chinese audiences, disclosed by Jiuping Wang, executive producer of Chinese Spring Festival in 2012.

Wang said that Buffett has recorded a video. In the video Buffett is playing guitar and singing a song. “We all know that Warren Buffett is very good at investing, but few people know his singing voice is also good.”

This video was merely broadcasted for half a minute earlier today. Buffett first introduced himself in the video. He said he came from a small town – Omaha, Nebraska, USA – the transport hub of the United States in the past. He said that he would sing this song which almost every child could sing. Then he held the guitar and began to sing. Although the video only lasts 30 seconds, it seems Buffett’s singing is not bad.

The disclosure is accordant with Mr. Buffett’s previous behaviors. The billionaire is famous for singing aloud in public. However, Zheng Wu, the co-founder of Sun Media Investment Holding Ltd, said Buffett wouldn’t sing in his final greeting video. Wu is the one that provides the matchmaking between the American billionaire and the producers of Chinese Spring Festival.

Wu told reporters that he did get Buffett’s Happy New Year wishes to Chinese audiences through a family member of Warren Buffett. Wu also said that he also provided a short video in which Buffett picked up a ukulele and sang “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad”. But Buffett refused to insert this song into his greeting video.

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