“New wave” became a buzzword when Bilibili used it in an advertisement praising young people for travelling the world, driving sports cars and enjoying expensive hobbies. Photo: Getty Images “New wave” became a buzzword when Bilibili used it in an advertisement praising young people for travelling the world, driving sports cars and enjoying expensive hobbies. Photo: Getty Images
“New wave” became a buzzword when Bilibili used it in an advertisement praising young people for travelling the world, driving sports cars and enjoying expensive hobbies. Photo: Getty Images
China Society

The top buzzwords of 2020 in China: from the country’s fight against Covid-19 to how a person shows off on social media

  • A not-so-humble brag on social media about how rich or successful you are means that you’re good at ‘Versailles literature’ and a ‘Versailles masters’
  • Frustrated parents at home were forced to take care of their ‘sacred beasts’ during lockdown – no, that’s not a term for pets, it’s a term for children

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“New wave” became a buzzword when Bilibili used it in an advertisement praising young people for travelling the world, driving sports cars and enjoying expensive hobbies. Photo: Getty Images “New wave” became a buzzword when Bilibili used it in an advertisement praising young people for travelling the world, driving sports cars and enjoying expensive hobbies. Photo: Getty Images
“New wave” became a buzzword when Bilibili used it in an advertisement praising young people for travelling the world, driving sports cars and enjoying expensive hobbies. Photo: Getty Images
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