Wuhan "Five-Bar Badge Teenage" draws national attention for his bureaucratic manners

Five Bar Badge,Teenage

On May 2, a group of pictures about the “general leader of Young Pioneers League of Wuhan” suddenly gets national attention and are spreading wildly online. The protagonist of the pictures is a boy named Huang Yibo. In the pictures he wears red scarf and five-bar badge, looks sober.

He looks like an official, his writings have a tone of official jargon. On May 2, a group of pictures about the “general leader of Young Pioneers League of Wuhan” suddenly gets national attention a...   Full Story

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