Internet Slang

清流 [qīng liú] & 泥石流 [ní shí liú]

清流 [qīng liú] n. Limpid+stream. A clear stream. This Internet slang term is often used in the context of “XXX is a clear stream in the field of…” to describe a rising star who stands out among others in a field, usually for his or her refreshing candor or sense of humor.

泥石流 [ní shí liú] n. Mud-and-stone flow. Mudflow. This Internet slang also refers to someone who stands out in a field for his or her great sense of humor.

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