What’s trending on China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo on Wednesday

Source:Global Times Published: 2019/12/15 17:23:39

Trending on Sunday: 

G-Dragon updates his Instagram, Lu Han encourages Iraqi fan, mainland netizens celebrate memorial archways in Macao recording China's achievements

#G-Dragon updates content on Instagram#

510 million views    236,000 posts

Kwon Ji-yong Photo: Courtesy of Sina Weibo

Kwon Ji-yong, also known by his stage name G-Dragon, is the leader of top K-pop group Bigbang. On Saturday, he uploaded a series of photos on Instagram that got his Chinese fans talking in excitement. 

The photos included selfies, a photo of a bottle of wine and a photo of a white daisy flower. Fans complimented the photos and noted they were very happy with the frequency of his posts social media. 

"They are completely in G-Dragon's style. He is an artist now," posted one Sina Weibo users.

G-Dragon is a South Korean singer-songwriter, rapper, record producer and entrepreneur as well as fashion icon. Often called the "King of K-pop," he began his mandatory military service on February 27, 2018, and was discharged from the military in October.

 #Lu Han encourages Iraqi fan#

290 million views    580,000 posts

Lu Han Photo: CNSphoto

Chinese actor/singer Lu Han sent his best wishes to an Iraqi fan on Sina Weibo on Saturday. 

The fan's relationship with Lu began four years ago on Sina Weibo. 

"Hi! Lu Han, I am your Iraqi fan... Life in Iraq is so difficult... Thank you for being in my life and I will support you always," she wrote in Chinese.

Lu replied to her post, telling her not to give up on hope and happiness in life.

Their most recent exchange took place after the fan posted she wanted to attend Lu's recent concert. 

"Wish you all the best," Lu replied. 

"He remembered the Iraqi girl after four years! I am proud of this warm and caring Lu," a Sina Weibo user wrote.

#Macao's 150 memorial archways show love for motherland#

140 million views    10,000 posts

A parade to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Macao's return to the motherland at the Ruins of Saint Paul's in Macao on Sunday Photo: CNSphoto

Since the People's Republic of China was founded in 1949, Macao residents have built more than 150 memorial gates to mark China's great achievements and show their love for the motherland.

Memorials include gates marking the opening of the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge in 1968 and the first Chinese-made satellite launch in 1970. 

"Macao residents truly love our country. I hope their lives become happier," one netizen wrote on Sunday in the lead-up to the 20th anniversary of Macao's return on Friday.

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