She can play the guzheng 古箏.
There’s that Czech lady named Barbora Xu, I’d never heard of anything about her. On a Chinese-related facebook group based in Prague, she posted an update about her release of a new album. As her personal and professional background is based on the trio of: Taiwan, Finland, and the Czech Republic, I (my British self) spent barely 3 minutes looking at her music on YouTube. I like some videos of hers, more than some others. I still do not do Spotify. There are many aspects of YouTube itself that I dislike a lot, but sometimes I view a few YouTube videos. Especially videos uploaded by YouTube accounts that disable all comments such as ’10 Downing Street, London’. I prefer to view videos on sites that are not YouTube, for example, directly on the CNN website, directly on the Deutsche Welle website, directly on the BBC website, and I prefer VIMEO to YouTube as I think VIMEO is a lot better, personally.
I’m not aware that the work of Barbora Xu had any political ideologies behind it and I’m not aware that she holds any political beliefs or that she ever expresses them. She looks very lovely and pretty, and she seems to be skillful more than she is pretty. The music world of Prague is competitive, I guess. Musicians are constantly wanting to grab your attention, on FaceBook, on Radio Prague, on Radio Beat, at live music venues wanting to sell tickets to you, wanting to make profits off you, and wanting to move ahead with the creative work that they want to do. I went to a Dymytry Cz concert. I enjoyed it so much. Volám Jméno Tvý … … Neustoupím, vím, že nepochopíš/ Chtěl jsem mít víc a ztratil, co měl/ Řekla jsi zůstaň a já stejně šel / Stejně jsem šel