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Creative and humorous ways to pose with statues in China

Posing with statues is kind of a thing (just Google it), and Chinese kids are officially getting in on the action. On December 30, Weibo user @方响屁 (@fangxiangpi) shared a five-year-old photo of herself interacting with a stone statue in a hilarious manner. Little did she know, she’d start a trend.

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Because the internet loved it, users started posting their own amusing photos with inanimate objects. Below is a selection. You can see more here.

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Scissors beats paper. Via @莹莹莹焦

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“This looks like a good place to eat.” Via @你这个奇怪的人

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Chinese caption: “We are different.” @菠萝西皮

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Chinese caption: “Who hasn’t been young before?” @往生亦

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Chinese caption: “I don’t know where my bro found the cup.” @是荒荒荒阿

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Chinese caption: “Excuse me.” @EverlastingTruth-

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Chinese caption: “My friend.” Via @白萝卜蹲o

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“You can’t move until I’ve taken my finger off the piece.” @HUWENHUI-

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Jiayun Feng

Jiayun was born in Shanghai, where she spent her first 20 years and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Fudan University. Interested in writing for a global audience, she attended the NYU Graduate School of Journalism for its Global & Joint Program Studies, which allowed her to pursue a journalism career along with her interest in international relations. She has previously interned for Sixth Tone and Shanghai Daily.

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