Netizen


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Netizen

A user of the Internet. A Net "citizen." See Net God and Net-savvy.


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Video surfaced yesterday (March 12) on the Taiwanese Facebook group Baofei Gongshe of a foreign skateboarder recklessly grabbing onto a bus to hitch a ride in Hsinchu City, driving Taiwanese netizens into a frenzy and grabbing the attention of the police.
It is important to moderate our expectations accordingly," the netizen said.
Apart from the supposed secret wedding, netizens also allege that Ellen was pertaining to John Lloyd's ex girlfriend, Angelica Panganiban, when Ellen posted on her Instagram story a cryptic post about moving on.
Twitter user @allure_644 also praised King's performance by saying she was "perfectly doing just fine," and warned the critical netizen to be "sensitive and tactful" next time when dropping a comment.
Besides Yordanov, the nominees for the 2013 Netizen Prize are: Itsmania Pineda Platero (Honduras), Cheikh Fall (Senegal), Oumarou Mohamed Lamine (Mali), Suren Gazaryan (Russia), Murat Tungishbayev (Kazakhstan), Huynh Ngoc Chenh (Vietnam), Mosireen (Egypt) and Shiva Nazar Ahari (Iran).
Lastly, the concept of, "carnival poetics," and how this concept can be applied to China's rich online landscape, as will the values that guide and shape China's netizen discourse.
The second Netizen fund project, Friend, introduced in March of this year, drew 100 investors in 60 seconds; they are each expected to receive a 300% return.
Some of the posts were from netizens who are out of the state, including former Antelope Valley residents and even a wanna-be resident.
Netizens cited how the locals appeared like 'props' for some of the photos in the shoot.
Then, I will review the history and development of Chinese Internet and Chinese netizen population.