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What do you think of Chinese Network catchwords? [Copy link] 中文

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A survey by China Youth Daily shows that more than 64 percent of people think that network catchwords are adversely affecting the Chinese language.Some people use it because the words are simple and much easier to understand. However, some people think it is disrespectful to communicate with network catchwords. Zhang Huaiqiong, a member of Shanghai Political Consultative committee, points out that some network catchwords are crude or vulgar, which in his opinion, poses great threat to Chinese language.
However, some say that this will help enrich the Chinese language and allow people to keep pace with its development.
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catchwords always belong Chinese ......

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I don't like it, and those catchwords changed the real means of the words.

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zjjhpj Post time: 2017-2-7 21:48
catchwords always belong Chinese ......

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bingbingbing Post time: 2017-2-7 22:43
I don't like it, and those catchwords changed the real means of the words.

Me, neither. Some people even use them in the formal writing!

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I hate those catchwords which make the Chinese language disgust and cheap, disrespect of Chinese culture.  

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