Perhaps nobody in the audience cared. The turn out was great, with both Olympic tourists and Chinese fans in the crammed and airless venue. An ad for the concert caught my attention, because it was in a magazine geared towards Olympic-goers, and had described the band as "one of the darkest bands" in Beijing. I was curious to see what kind of people it might attract.
It seemed like the Chinese audience didn't care what the content of the lyrics was, and the foreign audience couldn't understand much of them. That's probably because the music was great and catchy, and the band was entertaining. Hua Dong had his own choreographed moves, which I was told was characteristic of monkey moves in Tai'chi, and the music had lots of heavy drumming and Hua Dong's characteristic high pitched yelps .