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Top 10 Chinese buzzwords in 2019

By Zhang Rui
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9. "I'm not interested in what you feel, I want what I feel is right" (“我不要你覺得,我要我覺得”)

Actor Huang Xiaoming in a scene from the Chinese celebrity reality show of Hunan Television, "Chinese Restaurant." [Photo courtesy of Hunan TV]

This phrase appeared during the third season of the Chinese celebrity reality show broadcast by Hunan Television, "Chinese Restaurant." Huang Xiaoming, a Chinese movie star who plays the role of restaurant boss, often ignores the opinions of others, and is far too confident and arbitrary in the management of the restaurant, especially with regard to food, shopping and how to deal with minor injury. His overconfident classic quotes such as "I'm not interested in what you feel, I want what I feel is right," "this issue doesn't need discussion" and "listen to me, I have the final say" became instantly popular online as people mock those that are too powerful, domineering, insolent and narcissistic in insisting their own viewpoint.

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