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The 29-year-old Shanghai native is well known for her humorous videos mocking everyday life, relationships, movies, and social issues.
She makes fun of women who always find a reason to go shopping, except when their hair is not washed; she asks the We Chat team to develop a function that automatically “likes” posts of one’s parents and boyfriend or girlfriend; she wears a pair of wide frame glasses to mimic former president Jiang Zemin’s angry response during a 2000 press conference.
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Papi Jiang is the opposite of many of China’s look-alike “sexy” female internet celebrities who use surgery-enhanced selfies to peddle everything from food to fashion, and sometimes veer into soft porn territory (paywall).
She always wears light makeup, dresses in everyday clothes, and never hides the clutter at her apartment, from an empty plastic bottle to sneakers on the table.
While she’s sometimes described as “China’s Sophie Marceau,” she’s better known for her impressions than her looks. …So you can’t control yourself just for an ordinary playboy? Since last September, Papi Jiang has posted more than 40 videos via Chinese video portals and social media platforms including Weibo and We Chat.
Here’s a video of her mimicking a gossipy Shanghai woman talking in a mixture of Shanghai dialect, English and Japanese (Japanese and the Shanghai dialect sound similar). She has eight million followers on Weibo (link in Chinese, registration required), and her video posts often draw ten of thousands of re-posts and comments.
A self-made Chinese cyber celebrity popular for satirical videos has secured 12 million yuan ($ 1.85 million) in funding, a sign that China’s domestic investors are willing to pay up for original content on social media.