Sing Chinese With Slater 跟帅德一起唱中文！Music Album
"Sing Chinese with Slater" is Slater Rhea (帅德)'s new album, which includes 14 songs on various Chinese language and culture points he has written and recorded for Chinese learners at all ages.
1 - Hello, Hello 你好，你好 2 - I Love My Family 我爱我的家 3 - Chinese ABC’s 拼音歌 4 - Counting Stars 数星星 5 - Chinese Zodiac Animals 十二生肖 6 - I love Fruit 我爱吃水果 7 - Rainbow, Rainbow In The Sky 彩虹，彩虹在天上 8 - Let’s Do Sports 一起运动 9 - The Four Seasons 一年有四季 10 - How’s The Weather? 天气怎么样？ 11 - Get up 起床啦 12 - I’m Gonna Succeed 我会成功的 13 - Wash, Wash, Wash Your Hands 洗洗洗洗手 14 - See You Later 再见
About Slater Rhea (帅德)
Slater Rhea, also known as 帅德 is a singer and TV personality in China with a following of millions. He is versatile talent, singing many genres of music including Chinese folk and traditional songs, pop music and jazz. He has met and performed for former U.S. President Bill Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Chinese Director of the State Council Office of Cross Strait Affairs Chen Deming, former U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus, as well as numerous other U.S. and Chinese consuls and officials, as well as for the Chinese State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs.
Slater regularly appears on various stations of Chinese Central TV (CCTV) and other national TV stations in China, and a partial list of his appearances includes “我要上春晚”，“开门大吉”，“全球中文音乐榜上榜”，“七天
Slater is known as a “Musical Diplomat” (音乐外交官) in part because he graduated from the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies with a Masters in International Relations. While he could have been a career diplomat, he chose to use his talents and singing ability to pursue closer relations and friendship between the Chinese and American peoples. Slater is also known as a “Warm Music Man” and a "Young George Clooney” for his handsome looks and prematurely silver hair.
What people are saying about "Sing Chinese With Slater"
"These songs, all of which have fun and very catchy tunes, possess considerable pedagogical value. My former student Slater Rhea, who is widely known on Chinese TV as Shuài Dé, sings them very clearly and with excellent standard Mandarin pronunciation. They would seem to be ideal as an engaging supplement to any Chinese language curriculum for young students!"
-Dr. Cornelius Kubler
Professor of Chinese and Stanfield Professor of Asian Studies