“LAST NIGHT I DREAMT OF A KUNG FU MASTER…” booms a voiceover-ready narrator over Kodak Black’s ZEZE. So starts the social meme catching fire across TikTok and Instagram Reels, where martial arts and kung fu has once again been thrown into pop culture.
The roughly two-minute meme, called #AwakenYourHero Challenge, is made of two shots. In the first, the creator awakens from a sleep state, having presumably dreamt of a kung fu master. With a quick cut, the creator breaks into serious martial arts moves.
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Social video platform Triller is now on its way to overtake TikTok in the United States as it lands millions of dollars in investments from many famous recording artists, such as Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Triller has 26.5 million monthly active users in the U.S. while there are more than 75 million active users worldwide, according to The Wrap.
A recent TikTok video has sparked outrage after it depicted a cat being an ingredient in Chinese takeout, prompting the posters to remove it after widespread accusations of racism.
The users who posted the vide, known as “Brittany & Jared” (@brittany.and.jared), have more than 34,400 followers and over 2.1 million likes on the platform, where they currently have 14 uploads.
A TikTok user is gaining more followers by the minute thanks to her ability to turn large swaths of cloth into elegant party dresses in a matter of seconds.
The rising star, who goes by the username @lisagud5 on the platform, executes her transformations with unbelievable precision that anyone seeing them for the very first time might estimate each to come with a hefty price tag.
U.S.-China relations may be rocky right now, but a hit Mandarin-language song written and performed by an American woman has once again displayed the powerful capacity of music to transcend boundaries.
Christine Welch’s “One Million Possibilities” (“一百萬個可能”), which was initially recorded in 2013, blew up on Chinese video sharing platform Douyin sometime in 2018.
Chinese families are embarking on a wholesome new internet trend that is making people miss their grandparents.
The meme, aptly dubbed “four generations under one roof,” requires four generations of members to appear on camera, from the youngest to the oldest.
It has been a year of one social media trend after another and, just as 2018 was coming to a close, the #thisismyvoicechallenge erupted in popularity on video-sharing app Tik Tok.
In the viral challenge, Tik Tok users are shown exhibiting a change in their voice after being exposed to a variety of things, such as watching K-dramas or moving to a state with thick accents.