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From #MeToo to #RiceBunny: How Social Media Users are Campaigning in China

From #MeToo to #RiceBunny: How Social Media Users are Campaigning in China

In her blog article "From #MeToo to #RiceBunny: How Social Media Users are Campaigning in China" our guest researcher Jing Zeng describes the creativ use of nicknames and emoijs to discuss the issue of #MeToo in China. In Chinese, the phrase “rice bunny” is pronounced as “mi tu” and has become a nickname for the #MeToo campaign.

Blog article at The Conversation


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