kwai

[ US /ˈkwaɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the basic unit of money in China
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How To Use kwai In A Sentence

  • Legendary musicians like Miriam Makeba and Hugh Masekela are turning to kwaito -- and vice versa. Kwaito Blows Up
  • More interesting, perhaps, was TClementsUK's consideration of one of South Africa's own forms of pop: Is kwaito more the voice of the South African people than hip-hop is? Readers' reviews
  • In its ninth year in 2003, South Africa's own version of the Grammies honours a wide range of the country's musicians and industry players in categories including kwaito, gospel, jazz, boeremusiek, music video and best soundtrack.
  • He adds that it is not kwaito, not hip hop but rather different genres mixed up.
  • There is something for everyone at the third annual Soweto Arts Festival, from kwaito to hip-hop, from theatre to film and dance.
  • Kung Fu star David Carradine dead p2pnet news view Movies | TV: - In the famous Kung Fu TV series, Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine travels slowly through the old American West, armed only with his skill in the martial arts — and a bamboo flute — as he searches for half-brother Danny Caine. Kung Fu star David Carradine dead
  • Today, one can watch home-grown soapies on TV, community arts in theatres, root for our township boys playing for big European soccer teams, and dance to kwaito every weekend. ANC Today
  • At the rate it's going, kwaito may soon give millions of kids around the world the chance to do just that. Kwaito Blows Up
  • To mark the disappointment of local musicians, Arthur Mafokate, a star of the local musical genre known as kwaito, has called on South African radio stations to play only African music for the duration of the tournament. AMERICAblog News
  • Unfortunately I do not have a car but I like jazz and kwaito.
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