Title Year Resource Type Tags

Exploring Local Meaning-Making Resources: A Case Study of a Popular Chinese Internet Meme (Biaoqingbao)

Yaqian Jiang Camilla Vásquez
Internet Pragmatics 3 (2): 260-82. https://doi.org/10/ggdjxs
2019 Article (Journal) Identity Meaning-making China

The Networked Practice of Online Political Satire in China: Between Ritual and Resistance

Guobin Yang Min Jiang
International Communication Gazette 77 (3): 215-31. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048514568757
2015 Article (Journal) Memes as Capital Protest Resistance China

Turning a Communist Party Leader into an Internet Meme: The Political and Apolitical Aspects of China's Toad Worship Culture

Kecheng Fang
Information, Communication & Society 23 (1): 38-58. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2018.1485722
2020 Article (Journal) Politics China

The 'losers' of China's Internet: Memes as 'structures of feeling' for disillusioned young netizens

Marcella Szablewicz
China Information 28 (2): 259-275. https://doi.org/10.1177/0920203X14531538
2014 Article (Journal) Counter publics Diaosi Netizenship Publics China

"Let's Go, Baby Forklift!": Fandom Governance and the Political Power of Cuteness in China

Jamie Wong Crystal Lee Vesper Keyi Long Di Wu Graham M. Jones
Social Media + Society 7 (2): https://doi.org/10.1177/20563051211024960
2021 Article (Journal) Cuteness Fandom Governance Nationalism China