《猪都笑了》, “Even Pigs Laugh”, is a Flash MTV that at first pokes light fun at the peoples of various Chinese provinces. For example:
“Beijing people say they have a lot of sand & dust, the Mongol people laugh at them.”
“Hong Kong people say they have many wives, the Taiwan people laugh at them.”
And it ends with…
“The Japanese say they are 人 (man, person, “Asian”, or Chinese depending on context), the world’s pigs laugh at them.”
The music video maintains a jovial tone, which makes the mockery of Japan less grating and hateful as it may seem. Additionally, it’s rendered in traditional Chinese (with the song sung in Mandarin) which suggests Taiwanese origins reader Qiang Li points out is not suggestive of Taiwanese origins (as I’d previously thought) but may be a reference to an artistic convention in Chinese calligraphy of writing in traditional form.