站隊 [zhàn duì] v. Stand+queue. To take sides.
砸簡歷 [zá jiǎn lì] Smash+resumes. Expression. Smash [us with your] resumes. This Internet slang term is used by employers on social media to invite job applicants to email resumes to them.
推送 [tuī sòng] v. Push+send. Recommend+send [articles]. This Internet slang term is widely by organizations on Weibo and WeChat to notify the subscribers or followers of the latest articles.
綠綠 [lǜ lǜ] n. Green green. This Internet slang term refers to the Muslims, because green is an important color in the Muslim world.
翻墻 [fān qiáng] v. To climb over a wall. This Internet slang term means to climb over the Great Firewall of China, a censorship and surveillance project that blocks potentially unfavorable incoming data from foreign countries. The purpose is to access blocked overseas websites.
墻內 [qiáng nèi] adj. On this side of the wall. This Internet slang term refers to the Internet environment affected by the Great Firewall.
墻外 [qiáng wài] adj. On the other side of the wall. This Internet slang term refers to the Internet environment unaffected by the Great Firewall.
虐腹 [nüè fù] v. Abuse+abdomen. To do intense ab workouts, especially to develop a visible Adonis belt or a V-shaped core.
愛笑的女孩運氣不會太差 [ài xiào de nǚ hái yùn qì bù huì tài chà] Expression. Girls who like laughing usually won’t have bad luck.
【Scientists say: Having a low laughing threshold is a predictor for dementia】There is a saying that goes “Girls who like laughing usually won’t have bad luck.” We have always regard it as a motto. Nonetheless, researchers from University of London claim that an unusual sense of humor may be an early sign of dementia. If your friends and family often laugh inappropriately, you must contact the doctor immediately.