How to say foodie in mandarin
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Live-streaming e-commerce in mandarin chinese
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How to say top trending products in mandarin?
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How to say top trending products in mandarin?
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How to say shopaholic in Mandarin Chinese?
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An online streamer is a person who broadcasts themselves online through a live stream.
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Zhong Cao describes the effect when someone sees something owned by a friend or family member, or an advertisement for a product, and wants it. The effect is like planting a seed in their mind.
Chi Tu is a common term in China for being so poor you could only afford dirt for meals. This is typically said because one has spent all of their money shopping.
吃瓜群众 Chī guā qúnzhòng: onlookers who are interested in the spectacle but don't have anything knowledgeable to say about it.
吃香 chīxiāng has the same meaning as "受欢迎"(be popular, shòu huānyíng). 香 means fragrance. You can describe a job is 很吃香 because it is in high demand.
柠檬精 (Níngméng jīng) is a new and popular internet slang in China, and typically is used to describe a person who enjoys criticizing others who appear to be more successful, and happier than oneself.
To understand 撒狗粮，we need to know another internet slang 单身狗. "单身(dānshēn)" means "single," and "狗(ɡǒu)" means "dog." Normally only a person would nly call himself or herself "dānshēnɡǒu" in a self-deprecating manner. When a couple act lovey dovey in fromt of 单身狗, this is called "sprinkle dog food".
爱豆 refers to young people's Idol. Chinese character "爱" (love) tell the euphoric feelings of fans towards their idols. This terms used by Chinese netizens to refer to heir idols, often young celebrities form the show business.
玻璃心 metaphorically refers to a person whose heart is as fragile as glass and is easily hurt by what others say. You can say, 他很玻璃心 Tā hěn bōli xīn. to describe someone who often feel offended and upset by others' words.
Slicing an onion makes the eyes sting. 切洋葱辣眼睛 辣眼睛 original means something irritates your eyes and thus you could not bear seeing it. It also means some internet pictures or scenes that is so disgusting you can’t even look at it.
佛系 fó xì Buddha-like, ‘Foxi’ attitude (neologism) Chill about everything Typically used to describe young people who don't buy into aspirational society. Not succumbing to social pressure, worrying too much, bot being too obsessed with a goal.
小透明：people who don't draw attention to themselves and are largely ignored in social situations.
Literally meaning 'little transparent', xiao touming describes those who have been marginalized in our society. They don't like interrupting others or draw attention to themselves.
伸手党 shēnshǒu dǎng free rider: If someone constantly asks for perfectly Google-able information, he/she will be referred as shēnshǒu dǎng 伸手党. Instead of looking things up for themselves, they insists on bothering others by asking them for information.
Jitang / jī tāng / 鸡汤 noun. and adj. “chicken soup,” or advice that doesn't solve any problem but makes one feel better jitang information and advice. It tells you what you want to hear in the moment, but doesn't help solve any real problems. Jitang is bite-sized content that tells us all our problems will be solved and everything will be okay, even if we don’t do anything.
Fengkou fēng kǒu 风口 n. wind tunnel; an area or sector where, for a period of time, all investors want to invest in
Many attribute the popularity of the word to Xiaomi founder Lei Jun, who famously said that even a pig can fly if it stands in a wind tunnel. 站在风口上，猪都能飞起来。Zhàn zài fēngkǒu shàng zhū dōu néng fēi qǐlái.
(yánzhí): the literal meaning is the value of a person's face, but in this instance, we use it to mean the rating of how attractive someone's face is. 颜值高 (yánzhí gāo): pretty, handsome, stunning. Not only for men or women, you can also use it to describe that something looks really pretty. 我买它就是因为颜值高。Wǒ mǎi tā, jiùshì yīnwèi yán zhí gāo. I bought it, because it looks so pretty.
脑洞 nǎodòng: Just like some ideas opened your head hole, 脑洞 means in one's brain which is filled by fanciful imagination/ideas. Thus, the bigger one's nǎodòng is, the more imaginative a person is or has to be.
皮一下 (pí yī xià) just wanna be naughty: Literally speaking, 皮 means "being naughty" as an adjective in Chinese, which is often used in oral Chinese. 皮一下 indicates making fun of someone or playing a trick, and it sounds a little cute.
官宣 (guān xuān) v./n. officially announce: 官宣 is short for 官方宣布 which literally means "an official announcement". The abbreviated version 官宣 is often used on the internet for netizens to announce something.
无语 wúyǔ lit.speechless, have nothing to say: generally used when people feel helpless or angry to ridiculous things or don't know what to say.
有点二 yǒudiǎn èr : a bit stupid. Chinese people usually avoid the number of 250, because 二百五(250) means simpleton in Beijing dialect. 二 is the short version of 二百五 in some context. It can be used casually between friends, but it's also a bit insulting.
锦鲤 jǐn lǐ n. Lucky guys lit. Koi fish. "Koi fish" is a common slang for "lucky guys" on social media. Today, Koi fish still represents good luck for millions of netizens who like forwarding posts featuring koi fish with messages like "your dreams will come true" to wish good luck.
杠精 gàng jīng n. bicker. Here 杠 is from the Chinese word "抬杠(táigàng)" which means contradict or talk back. 杠精 describes someone who automatically takes the opposite point-of-view from the person to whom they are speaking. These people just argue for the sake of arguing.
躺平 tǎng píng laid-back lit. lying down; lying flat. "Lie down" (躺平) is a new buzzword in China that emphasizes how the younger generation is tired of being pushed to social competition. The idea behind- quit competitive work, not work or not overworking, being content with more attainable achievements.
后浪 hòulàng younger generation lit. rear waves. This buzzword refers to younger generations in a metaphorical way. Just as rear wave of river pushes the front wave, each new generation excels the previous. Generation Z, who once got a bad rap from their elders for being spoiled. They are becoming an individualistic and dynamic group that will shape the future of China.
凡尔赛 fán'ěrsài Versailles "Versailles literature." The term has nothing to do with the French palace nor with literature. It came from the Japanese manga series "The Rose of Versailles" For example, "I have too many houses. How can I decide which one to decorate?" The intention is to show off – usually things of materialistic values, yet one ought to pretend that's not the point.
摸鱼 mō yú to loaf on the job; cyberslacking lit. to feel fish by hands: 摸鱼mō yú originally refers to the idiom "浑水摸鱼 hún shuǐ mō yú" to fish in the muddy water. Now, it has a new meaning to describe a status that office workers are cyberslacking or cyberloafing. Specifically, it's about doing something irrelevant to your work during office hours.
宝藏男孩 bǎozàng nánhái Talented Young Man lit. Treasure Boy: The term is originally used by fans to describe idols they like or dislike, can have different meanings depending on the context. The term is later used on a young man because he has many undiscovered talents or unexplained rumors, always surprises people.