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The phenomenon has been around for at least six years, but only recently started gaining widespread attention on Chinese social media.According to China’s , virtually every college now has its own ‘praise group.’But the praise does not always come for free.Galaxy UK pageant, runner-up in the Face of the World — beating 3,000 other women — and came third in Smile of the Universe.In addition to being single, she says she keeps wrinkles at bay by applying honey to her face for half an hour every night before bed.Now authorities in the Xiangzhou district of the southern Chinese coastal city of Zhuhai are pushing back with proposed measures designed to separate work from play on the app.“No working messages should be sent to We Chat working groups during non-working hours,” according to a proposal announced earlier this month on the district’s official We Chat account.‘Kua kua’ groups (夸夸群) are chat groups where people share some things about themselves – even if they are negative things – and where other people will always tell them how great they are, no matter what.
The idea started to compliment and praise others, and so a trend was born; first, in university (BBS) chat groups, and now on We Chat and beyond the realm of universities.She also eats organic fruit and vegetables, drinks plenty of water and gets eight hours’ sleep a night.new phenomenon has become a hot topic on Chinese social media these days.“We Chat groups originally served to improve working efficiency but [with more and more groups forming] it has become a heavy working burden to employees,” said the proposal.
“In principle, one company can only form one We Chat group [and] the group for a project should be disbanded after it is done.” The proposal also suggested that workers should not randomly send messages or post emojis in the We Chat group unless it is related to important new information about the project.
Tencent’s We Chat super-app enables its Chinese users to chat, play games, shop, read the news, pay for meals and much more, providing unparalleled convenience for its one billion users.