What is the English version of the song "Floating Subway"? Who is the original singer?
"Floating Subway" is a song in Chinese about the futuristic concept of a floating subway. It was first performed by singer Wei Jia in 2010. The song describes the experience of riding on a subway that appears to be floating above the ground, using magnetic levitation technology. The lyrics express the excitement and wonder of this new mode of transportation and its potential to revolutionize urban life. The song has been popular in China and has sparked interest in developing and implementing such technology in real-life transportation systems.
The floating subway, also known as MAGLEV (magnetic levitation) train, is a type of transportation technology that uses magnetic fields to levitate and propel trains along a track without the need for wheels. The original song for the floating subway project in China is sung in Mandarin, titled "盼盼起航" (Pàn pàn qǐ háng) which translates to "Pan Pan sets sail". The song celebrates the modernity and efficiency of the floating subway, which promises faster speeds, lower noise levels and reduced air pollution. The lyrics also emphasize the convenience and comfort of this futuristic means of transportation, which can potentially reshape the urban landscape and improve the quality of life for city dwellers.
The floating subway, also known as the maglev train, is a high-speed train that uses magnetic levitation technology to lift the train and eliminate friction between the train and rails, allowing for faster speeds and a smoother ride. The original floating subway song is not known, as there are no lyrics specifically dedicated to this type of train. However, songs about high-speed trains and technology are popular in China, where the maglev train was first developed and implemented.