BTV’s ‘Traffic Light’ Set To Music – A Beijing Cream Presentation, The Start Of A Horrific Thing


Youku video for those in China after the jump.

Traffic Light (红绿灯) is a show on Beijing Television (BTV) that airs an ostensibly instructional segment called “Accidents That Should Never Happen.” Everything about it is ridiculous. The only way to make it more ridiculous is to watch it in slow motion, set to music. This is the first video in a weekly series.

The song in this video is No. 43 Baojia Street – I Really Need You :: 我真的需要你《鲍家街43号》. 

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2 Responses to “BTV’s ‘Traffic Light’ Set To Music – A Beijing Cream Presentation, The Start Of A Horrific Thing”

  1. RFH

    First accident: man stops, get outs of car, walks swiftly towards prone figure of the (dead?) biker; pauses — checks front bumper. PRIORITIES.

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