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?Top 10 Chinese internet slang expressions of 2020

By Wang Yiming
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# The first cup of milk tea in fall 秋天的第一杯奶茶

A screenshot of users posting about their first cup of milk tea in fall on China's Twitter-like Weibo. [Photo/Weibo]

"The first cup of milk tea in fall" started trending on Chinese social media in September, with over 400,000 netizens discussing the topic on China's Twitter-like Weibo. Many also posted screenshots online showing money sent by friends — with which to buy milk tea — as well as photos of themselves holding a cup. 

According to the traditional Chinese calendar, the fall equinox was on Sept. 22 this year. Sending a loved one money for their "first cup of milk tea in fall" became a popular way for people to show their love or affection to friends and family. 

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