Talk:List of Internet phenomena in China

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Started a basic, "stub-like" list in which I plan to further expand, given time. Currently only a listing of Chinese memes covered on Wikipedia; I intend on transforming this list into an actual, fully-fledged article with detailed paragraphs and citations. First draft is nearing completion. When complete, this page will be merged/moved/replaced to/at/with a different title, as it will no longer be a list, and that it will cover more than simply memes, but the reasons behind them, themes, attitudes, the effects of culture, politics, etc. -- 李博杰  | Talk contribs email 16:31, 7 August 2009 (UTC)

Xianxingzhe / Senkōsha[edit]

Listing this as an internet phenomenon of China is misleading. It's more of a Japanese internet phenomenon than a Chinese one.

Requesting that this be removed from the page.

98.214.152.121 (talk) 04:22, 17 October 2010 (UTC)Anonymous