In Taiwanese, which was the most common language at the time, new songs such as "Wish You Come Back Early" and "Night in the Southern Capital" quickly began to be sung in the folk through radio stations, dance halls, karaoke halls, and singing groups that toured around the world. On the other hand, the ethnic groups from other provinces who came with the Kuomintang after the war also brought a unique Shanghai-style culture. The elegance of Shanghai Beach was introduced to Taiwan through Chinese songs one by one. For example, Yao Li sang in the movie "The End of the World".
"Rose Rose I Love You", or Zhou Xuan's "When Will You Photo Manipulation Service Come Again" in "Samsung with the Moon", gradually, karaoke halls with ethnic groups from other provinces as their main customers appeared, and the open-air karaoke venue on the Danshui River is the most representative. sexual place. In addition to popular music, traditional opera performance groups such as Gezi Opera have also resumed their activities, and Western movies played in cinemas have continued to introduce Western pop songs. Although music entertainment was not affordable for everyone, from a positive point of view, Taiwan's music vitality was rapidly recovering at that time, people fed up with war were hungry for entertainment, and the newly added ethnic groups from other provinces also brought new cultural stimulation .
Taiwan has so many songs, why can't they be sung? You Mijian's position at this symposium in 1946 is the position the Nationalist government has followed for decades after the move to Taiwan: music is not for the masses, but a tool for educating the people, and basically it is still from the "state of ritual and music". ” from the Confucian point of view, giving the government a legitimate reason for cultural control.