Thank Jackie Chan. The Internet has a new meme, and it rhymes (sort of) with “wrong.” It’s “duang!”

Senh: No, you're duang. It's blue and black.

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  • Duang! Jackie Chan meme takes off on Chinese Internet
    On Tuesday, Jackie Chan appeared at the opening of the CPPCC meeting in Beijing. When reporters asked him to explain the meaning of “duang,” he explained simply: “it’s fun.” “Duang” does not have a ...
    03/4/2015 - 5:06 am | View Link
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  • ‘Duang’ Takes Internet Language to New Level
    “Duang” and other words like it offer evidence of how Internet users are creating new terms in Chinese and giving new meaning to existing Chinese characters and words — often in satirical or humorous ways. The term “Duang” first appeared in a TV commercial that Jackie Chan shot for Bawang shampoo in 2004.
    11/4/2019 - 12:59 am | View Website
  • Duang: The Word And Character That Broke The Chinese Internet
    One netizen proclaimed, “To duang or not to duang, that is the question.” It didn’t take long for netizens to create a character for the word. The character does not actually exist in the Chinese language, and is simply a combination of the two Mandarin characters in Jackie Chan’s name, 成龙 (chéng lóng.)
    10/27/2019 - 8:28 am | View Website
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    Duang! Jackie Chan meme takes off on Chinese Internet On Tuesday, Jackie Chan appeared at the opening of the CPPCC meeting in Beijing. When reporters asked him to explain the meaning of “duang,” he explained simply: “it’s fun.” “Duang” does not have a ... 03/4/2015 - 5:06 am | View Link; More
    10/24/2019 - 9:32 pm | View Website
  • Duang
    Chinese character. A character for duang does not exist in any Chinese dictionary and is not encoded in Unicode, but was created from the two characters used for Jackie Chan's Chinese stage name, Cheng Long (simplified Chinese: 成龙; traditional Chinese: 成龍; pinyin: Chéng Lóng, meaning "become a dragon"), stacked on top of each other.
    10/16/2019 - 5:09 pm | View Website
  • List of Internet phenomena in China
    List of Internet phenomena in China Jump to navigation Jump to search. This ... apparently derived from the Confused Nick Young meme. duang - a sound used by Jackie Chan to express astonishment/surprise in a notorious Shampoo commercial. ... "No zuo no die" is a Chinese internet meme. The original wording of the Chinese phrase, meaning "one ...
    10/12/2019 - 3:48 pm | View Website
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