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Traditional Chinese: 紅舞鞋
Pinyin: Hóng Wǔ Xié
English: Red Dancing Shoes
Uploaded October 31, 2015, with 100,300+ bilibili views
"Hóng Wǔ Xié" is an original song featuring Yuezheng Ling and was uploaded for Halloween. It tells the tale of a cursed pair of red dancing shoes that can never be taken off once the wearer puts them on.
Every night is spent at an isolated castle dancing nonstop, and the shoes force you to abandon all pride and take away freedom. It can be inferred that the ballroom is so horrendous that it can serve as a metaphor for hell where "你看那是 属于地狱烙印下的记号" roughly translates to "Look and see, that's the symbol of hell".