When asked to talk more quietly on his phone, Hong Kong bus passenger Roger Chan responded with a six-minute rant. Another rider recorded it on a video phone and posted it on www. youtube.com. It’s been downloaded six million times and become a pop phenomenon. “Bus Uncle” has inspired musicians to dub music versions in rap, disco and Canto-pop, and phrases such as “I’ve got pressure!” are now ubiquitous party buzzwords.
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