This post is kind of old now but it's still pretty timely. As many of you will soon realise later today, or this week, there maybe some news regarding yours truly so listening to Let It Go is incredibly cathartic.
Video games often have epic music. The Encounter music from Metal Gear Solid will always be burned into my mind as something that instills urgency. Music from the Assassin's Creed series is the same, so no wonder that students from Taipei's Dongshi Middle School used the music for their flag-twirling performance.
Today, December 2, 12/2, is just a regular day in the world—except for traffic police in China. Today, the numbers correlate with the phone number for Chinese traffic police, 122, and because of that the fine traffic cops of Huizhou city in Guangdong province have released a nifty music video.
While games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band might be going to the way of last gen, rhythm music games are ever popular in Asia, especially when the games are made for mobile. Tencent's Rhythm Master game is especially popular in China, where the game has been consistently topping the charts in app rankings since it was…