Bangkok essay: “post-85s” Thailand’s “Internet celebrities”: promoting exchanges between Thai and Chinese youth through Internet platform

“The way Chinese and Thai people line up is quite different: in China, people stand in line one by one; in Thailand, we leave shoes in line and run to one side to play with mobile phones.” Tiktok, China’s “85 Queen”, is keen to upload his short video to “tremble”. It hopes to show differences between China and Thailand in a relaxed and interesting way, and enhance mutual understanding between the two countries. Han Bing Novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak has not occurred since Han Bing returned to Thailand this Spring Festival holiday.

has not been able to return to Nanjing University. Tiktok is also popular in Thailand, especially during the outbreak, especially in the case of isolation, trying to find interesting activities to relieve pressure and boring emotions. Many young people in Thailand use this software to record videos and show their creativity and record their lives.

Han Bing said young people in Thailand love “tiktok” because they operate simply. Tiktok believes that compared with other video sites, “jitter” is powerful and does not require professional editing. You can easily add various graphics and sound effects, and can shoot whenever and wherever possible, and everyone can participate in it.

tiktok, as far as I know, many young people in Thailand are now relying on the platform of “jitter”. It can be said that “jitter” set up the Golden Bridge of the Youth Exchange and creativity and tiktok. Han Bing said. < p > < p > in recent years, Chinese Internet culture has been popular among Thai people. China’s online novels and Internet TV plays have been popular in Thailand, tiktok. Last year, China’s online TV series “petition” was popular in Thailand, becoming a cultural phenomenon that attracted much attention. < / P > < p > “in fact, studying in China, playing Chinese costume roles, watching Chinese TV dramas and chasing Chinese stars have become popular among young Thai groups Han Bing said that behind these phenomena is the rapid development of China’s cultural industry in recent years and the improvement of the country’s “soft power”, which also shows that Thai young people want to know more about China.