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  • In place of dirty langauge, the program borrowed the word jiong (囧), which in net-speak refers to something particularly astonishing or bewildering, to connect the alpaca to online culture.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • This very cute song is an example (with a very 囧 (jiong) title) :

    Light viewing: Naixiaode Guniang

  • This method is based on a half-dry cultivation method developed by Hou Guang-jiong.

    Chapter 4

  • A particularly jiong mythical online creature has attracted quite a bit of notice from netizens.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • To gauge from some of the site's recent posts, jiong can now be used to meaning anything from 'picayune' to 'far out'. ding means "up", but its popular current incarnation signifies support, confirmation.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • That's why jiong is currently the coolest way to denote a state of gloom.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • "How can I not be jiong, when life imitates Kafka?" jiong are increasing as rapidly as the character's popularity.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • This one of even more "gua jiong" … they had seven samples and presented one at a time.

    BC Bloggers

  • This one is even more "gua jiong" … they had seven samples and presented one at a time.

    BC Bloggers

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  • Jiongerlism!

    November 29, 2009