炒CP [chǎo CP] v. Hype+CP [Couple]. [Of the media] to hype two entertainers of either opposite sexes or the same sex as a couple, often for business purposes. Many TV dramas, films, and reality TV shows like pairing up entertainers to attract public attention.
咆哮教主 [páo xiào jiào zhǔ] n. Roaring hierarch. This Internet slang term is a nickname for Taiwanese actor Steve Ma because of his hysterical acting style at the early stages of his career.
咆哮体 [páo xiào tǐ] n. Roaring style. This Internet slang term refers to an Internet writing style which is replete with exclamation marks and expressions like 有木有 [yǒu mù yǒu] “Correct?” to strongly express one’s thought.
小透明 [xiǎo tòu míng] n. Little+transparent. Nobody. This Internet slang term is often used by fans who don’t have a large presence in the fandom to describe themselves.
姨母笑 [yí mǔ xiào] n. Aunt+smile. The smile of an aunt. This Internet slang term is often used by female fans to describe their affectionate and indulgent smile at their male idol.
毒唯 [dú wéi] n. Poison+only. Fans who like only one member of an idol group and exhibit hostility against the other members of the group.
何老師 [hé lǎo shī] n. Teacher He. This Internet slang term is a nickname for He Jiong, a Chinese television host, singer, actor, director and a former Arabic lecturer in Beijing Foreign Studies University.
陳老師 [chén lǎo shī] n. Teacher Chen. This Internet slang term is a nickname for Hong Kong actor Edison Chan aka Chen Guanxi and Taiwanese singer-songwriter Cheer Chen aka Chen Qizhen.