The dancer is a man. He wears a dark purple beret, a sky blue long-sleeve shirt, a dark purple vest, dark red suspender-like braces, dark purple pants, and a pair of dark red shoes.
The dancer is a man. He wears a dark grey hat, a purple patterned leather jacket over a red top, long leather jeans, a black belt, and a pair of red sneakers.
At the pre-chorus, many high buildings are shown behind the dancer. At the chorus, many male and female silhouettes are dancing like the dancer. Some of these silhouettes are coaches from past games. Red neon signboards with Chinese characters appear at some points of the song.
The template for the other Extreme routines in Just Dance 2014 is used, which is an arrangement of quadrilateral walls and platforms. They mainly flash red, purple, and gray, and silhouettes of the dancer appear on occasion in those colors.
In the Classic routine, the traditional Chinese texts on the signboards translate to the lyrics in the chorus of the song.
The Chinese ideogram in the album background is a little bit more shifted down than the one in the menu square.
During parts of the Classic routine, parts of the coach can be seen cut out.
This does not happen the first time in the Mashup.
According to early versions of the Just Dance Now servers, some files of the routine were meant to be updated. This can be seen in the "JDVersion" string, which reads "2015" instead of "5" (the "JDVersion" number used for Just Dance 2014).
After the launch of Just Dance Unlimited, however, those files were re-updated and the "JDVersion" was changed to "2016".
In addition, the "OriginalJDVersion" string in the newer .json file reads "2014" instead of "5".
The dancer from the Classic routine appears in the background for Uptown Funk, but does not appear in its Mashup, as he is replaced by Mr. Saxobeat.
Fine China was supposed to be released on Just Dance Unlimited on May 9, 2019. However, it was not added.
However, it was later released on Just Dance Unlimited on July 4, 2019, while the Extreme Version was released on July 11, 2019.
The score tracking has been entirely remade in Just Dance Unlimited, altering the number of counted moves.
However, the Just Dance Now version still uses the old score detection files.
Fine China (Extreme Version) is the only Extreme routine on Just Dance Unlimited to have a Low effort rating.
In Just Dance Unlimited via Just Dance 2019, two menu colors (1A and 1B) are applied on the menu banner, although Just Dance 2019 generally uses only 1A (the first one).
This is the only case in the game.
In Just Dance Unlimited, all of the pictograms have been remade and some have been added.