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Chinese Help Needed

Are there any Speakers of Chinese who could take a look at this TV-Commercial?
(it's from German TV)
I know it is Mandarin Chinese, and i can understand some words, but not much... so i was wondering if it makes any sense ^.^;;

(by clicking the link it will start right away)

xie xie in advance!

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