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Aired: March 2, 2016


Hong Kong Stage

ASIA KARAOKE NODOJIMAN is a Karaoke contest to decide the best amateur singer in Asia, to be held in a form of “Nodojiman Contest”, a popular type of singing contest in Japan.

Holding a contest in Asian cities (Manila, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, etc.), the top singers and Special Award winners (two total from each competition) will compete at the final round in Tokyo on July 2016 (planned), where the number one “Nodojiman” singer of Asia will be decided. The singing is judged through the Precision DX Scoring System.

The third competition was held in a city where the cultures of the East and West meet, Hong Kong. At the Baptist University where many students study Japanese culture, 10 contestants gave their best performance. Highlights of the Grand Prix competition held on January 31 will be aired.



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