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WeChat is one of the most popular apps in China. Launched in by Tencent, it has more than million monthly active users. WeChat is a social network similar to Facebook and WhatsApp but it offers a lot of extra features. You can do the usual stuff like chat with friends, make free video calls, meet new people, and post status updates. What makes the app different, however, is that it also lets you pay the bills, send money to a friend, buy train tickets, and much more.
It is very difficult to talk to Chinese people without using emojis. Whenever a Chinese friend Facebook messages me, I feel compelled to reply with WeChat because there are messages and nuances that can only be expressed with emojis that only exist on WeChat. The difference between emojis on Chinese and Western apps can shed light on some interesting cultural disparities. I have noticed that Chinese messaging apps tend to have a lot more emojis for expressing deference and embarrassment with elements like blushing —traditional Chinese culture prizes humility and indirectness.
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