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"Is this beauty even?"
China is in the limelight again! We cannot say that they are overly crazy, territorial, and conquering because they can do brighter things that can bring joy and a lot of discourses and take a note around the world. Just recently, they have been contents of social media (the virality zone) as they seem to popularize something that emphasizes their definition of beauty. Or whatever they're trying to mean.
Just to give you a clue, It has something to do with A4-sized papers and iPhones. These two brainchildren have the two-week interval in virality. Nevertheless, these are currently talk-of-the-towns, and not everyone commends this act.
If you would look at this, the woman compared her hip-to-midriff area from a sheet of paper. It looks fascinating at first, but some people doesn't like this. This is somehow promoting malnutrition and being too obsessed with a skinny body!
Basically, this is another comparison of a body feature to a certain item.
For what? This picture is promoting malnutrition, and a failed attempt to standardize weight and body fats.
Social media users become frustrated with the idea, even accusing those 'practitioners' act as senseless.
At one point, it can be a stupid idea. Since this cannot be possible for every woman. Who would just follow the footsteps? But, I do not completely despise the idea. They're Chinese. They're best at it.
She even paired her iPhone cover's flesh color to her knees and legs. Is she vain enough?
I realized, Chinese women are really into this.
Careful! Kilograms of weights may crack them into eight fold.
Hope it falls so you won't be using this anymore. Kidding, it's up to you. If this is what you guys believe, prove it and stand by it. Break a leg, and stay beautiful as you wish.