Remixes of entertainment topics are popular in the Chinese-speaking web, but they tend to rely on a few reputable internet celebrities to create remixes rather than creating a lot of remixes by themselves. In the Chinese-speaking web, photoshopping is more popular than video editing. People who can master video-editing softwares are not the majority of the Chinese-speaking web (according to my observation). Therefore, people usually express sarcastic comments on socio-political topics by making...
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the presence of KUSO in the Chinese-speaking web was simply a short-term phenomenon appeared around the time when the TV series was aired in Hong Kong and it was about something else. Chinese viewers kind of related this scene to a scene in another movie, in which a character also asked someone to “eat shit”. In fact, the nickname “屎之妖精” (Fairy of Shit) did not even went viral on the Chinese-speaking web. On evchk, it was documented as a subtitle under something else. I guess this MAD culture is just a...
This TV series was from Hong Kong and it has been years ago since it was aired. Yet, I couldn’t see any wide spread meme-ish reactions. I think the reason the character was known in Japan was because the TV series itself being aired in Japan, not because of an existence of a meme about it. Plus, according to your post, it’s just appears to be a tag on some videos. Therefore I don’t think this should receive an entry.
SERIOUSLY. you guys are totally underestimating NK’s power. they sent a man to space already (according to their official news report). http://youtu.be/cuWeW6mh3BA
142. Pyro’s keyboard’s “Y” is missing after he typed the first line of fact 141-1.
I started a new entry called Son, you’re too young / 少年，你太年轻了. please check it out. http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/son-youre-too-young-少年，你太年轻了 i think this is a pretty funny meme too. should there be any amendment made or further information provided please feel free to tell me.
im pretty sure the Hong Kong part of the Internet knows nothing about this. btw the pronunciation of that should be Jian Sheng Zhong Yi.
an entry posted. it’s about the Dolce & Gabbana Photo Ban Protest in Hong Kong.
new entry posted. Harmonization/River Crab. it’s one of the core term of the Chinese Internet society.
I created an entry about a very important site of the Hong Kong Netizens community. it’s the hkgolden.
屈原(Pronunciation: Qu Yuan) was a poet, scholar and a beloved official of some kind of region in Ancient China. However, he committed suicide because of the hopeless situation of the country and the rage to the government. He later became the origin of the Dragon Boat Festival. here’s a full description of the man on wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qu_Yuan
made an entry for an recently emerged song meme.Lian Ni
I think Tan Te is a really worth researching Chinese meme. anyone interested?
Don’t quite agree cuz it’s three different cultureseven though they’re the same race.
for the netease.com article, the users felt ashame for their own country always forging others’ thing. the word “山寨” is an adjective for forgeries of anything. some said “Even though such a thing is really ugly (the original gundam), somebody still forge it?!?!” and somebody counteracted, saying that the above user don’t qualify to comment about gundam is good looking or not. another said “I started to suspect the 4 inventions (of China: compass, papermaking, gunpowder and...
Taiwanese users use traditional Chinese characters too. anyway i’ll still translate it for you. generally, the internet users have different response to the yellow gundam for the taiwan site. Some said that the SiChuan Gundam is “awesome” but some teased it by giving names like “Warrior of Liberation” (as we know, the Chinese Governemnt likes to liberate things. their army is called the Liberation Army.)
you want the summary of the article in the two links or the summary of the two article’s comments?
I just submitted an entry a few days ago, about another internet phenomenon. Go check that out ----> click here
According to a post on a Chinese internet site, there’s no trace of GePao’s origin as the post of it and the creator of this term has simply disappeared from the internet society.