Sister Feng hands out flyers to seek a husband in New York

| February 5th, 2012

From MOP and others:

Recently, Chinese Internet popular figure Sister Feng was spotted in front of Columbia University in New York, handing out flyers to seek a husband. She stood in front of the school, said “Hi” and then handed out the flyers to any man who doesn’t look Asian. The flyer was written in such poor English that netizens called it a “grammar mistake hunt”.  This news quickly spread through micro-blog and varies websites, once again Sister Feng entertained the […]Read more…

Let us hope “Little Yueyue” is but passing clouds

| October 13th, 2010

Recently another infamous “Chinese Internet celebrity” has emerged, if you haven’t heard about Xiao Yue Yue (小月月) or Little Moon Moon (direct translation) read about her on chinaSMACK , and her infamous Shanghai vacation during nation Holiday week  (from ESWN).

We selected a web commentary from people.cn, to show some of the opinions of the Chinese internet users on this obsession and the likes.

Web Commentary: Let us hope “Xiao Yueyue” is but passing clouds

by 小鹿快跑 | Run my deer

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How Sister Feng became famous

| April 24th, 2010

We have talked about this Internet phenomenon in China before – any ordinary person can become famous or infamous over night on the Internet. In Chinese, these people are known as being “red”. We have introduced some of them, like Xili Bro, Candied Haw beauty…  but I decided to review and cover some of them we have missed. Especially Sister Feng (凤姐),  she has become so red hot on the Internet in China recently that truly deserves a post of […]Read more…