Crazy girl "Little Yue Yue" becomes popular online in China

16:50, October 09, 2010      

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If you ask who the most popular person on the Internet was during this National Day Golden Week, most netizens will say, "Little Yueyue."

An article broadcasted live the breathtaking Shanghai journey of the author's classmate, "Little Yue Yue". This little girl quickly became very popular, and is called the "most outrageous girl in history" by netizens.

How popular is she? Only the numbers can tell. During the entire golden week, about 7 million people read the article about Little Yueyue's National Day Shanghai journey. The original post of this article generated 15,169,679 clicks and received 53,984 comments in its first three days starting from 11:45 a.m. on Oct. 5. The numbers are still growing.

On Oct. 5, an article titled "Thank such a Thundering Friend for Bringing Me a Terrible National Day Holiday" was posted on the Tianya BBS. The article gave a live broadcast of the terrible things Little Yueyue and her so-called boyfriend Little W did during their sightseeing tour in Shanghai, and described the extremely complicated and miserable experiences suffered by the author.

The writer of the post, whose name is Rong Rong and who currently works in Shanghai, said that Little Yueyue and she were classmates in high school. Therefore, they have common memories of their youth. Little Yueyue is 150 centimeters tall and weighs 80 kilograms, she is from Wuhu in Anhui Province, and is a preschool teacher.

Little Yueyue visited Shanghai to visit the World Expo with her new boyfriend during the Chinese National Day holidays and her mother requested that Rong take care of them.

"I was a little excited because of the visit of a fellow-villager. I live in Shanghai alone and was looking forward to one or two people from my hometown," Rong said.

However, Rong did not expect to experience what she did in the next two days and one night. Little Yueyue often pretended to faint under a pretense of hypoglycemia, took off all her clothes in front of Rong and her boyfriend W, played with a big sword in the hotel, sang tuneless rap songs at tourist attractions, spilled hot soup on herself in order to obtain consolation from her boyfriend in the Barabba Restaurant, and complained about the hot weather in Shanghai while wearing a thick sweater in an elevator.

It is unknown whether the "Little Yueyue" event is a gimmick or simply a netizen venting her real anger.

By People's Daily Online


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