September’s arrival means two things for many Filipinos: the holiday season is fast approaching, and memes featuring Chinese-Filipino singer Jose Mari Chan, 76, will be everywhere.Here come the memes
Altered images and online jokes featuring the beloved singer have unintentionally become a part of the Filipino holiday tradition in recent years.
Mattel, the maker of Barbie dolls, recently unveiled its new doll line up featuring South Korean boyband Bangtan Sonyeondan (BTS).
Many believe that getting the toy treatment from the renowned doll manufacturer just made sense due to the KPop act’s skyrocketing global popularity.
A baby boy who dressed up as a Korean emperor to celebrate baek-il, the first 100 days of his life has gone viral on Twitter.
Over the weekend, user Lorraine Ye posted pictures of her nephew Elliot, who was clothed in a hanbok and surrounded by a bounty of food and ornaments.
The Internet has given birth to yet another meme trend: this time it involves a viral “rice wave” that’s been circulating on platforms including Twitter and Facebook.
There’s a new viral meme going around on the Twitterverse where people, animals, and even fictional characters seem to enjoy choking Uchiha Sasuke.
people lining up to choke sasuke pic.twitter.com/BTgDQr9LfH
A newly-created pessimistic character is garnering attention from Chinese millennials and the younger population, saying that it perfectly describes them.
This new character, “qiou,” is a combination of three characters: 穷 (qiong) that means poor, 丑 (chou), which is translated as ugly, and also 土 (tu), meaning earth. If put together, the character essentially reads as meaning “poor as dirt and ugly,” according to Shanghaiist.
Buddhist officials in Thailand are on the hunt for a monk that went viral for having well-toned abs.
The still unidentified cleric has been dubbed by netizens as the “six-pack monk” after photos of his exposed abs were posted online and became widely shared on social media.