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CRI听力:Young girl from Macau becomes social media influencer

Source: CRI    2019-12-16  我要投稿   论坛   Favorite  

Kun Lot U, a media-savvy student at Huaqiao University and has begun a career as a social media influencer.

Known as Lvzi, the twenty-two year old gained tens of thousands of followers on the popular video sharing platform Bilibili.

Kun Lot U is one of those young people from Macau are trying to find career opportunities on the mainland.

Fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, and with a good sense of humour, the 22-year-old has shared short videos of her daily life and the culture in her twin hometowns of Macao and Quanzhou, a renowned port city in Fujian.

Kun soon gained tens of thousands of followers on the popular video sharing platform Bilibili.

Kun said her popularity came as a surprise, and her confidence has been given a boost as a result of the appreciation and support of her fans.

"I'm more confident than I was before. I've received enormous encouragement from the audience. I couldn't get this much encouragement from just my family. Gradually, I developed a major interest in new media products and I've taught myself social media techniques. I'm confident I can do well."

The encouragement from her fans has led Kun to decide to start her own studio.

With help from her advisor and teacher, Kun found a work space on campus.

"The office and the utilities such as electricity are provided by our school for free, which is a huge relief for us. It's time-consuming to find a proper work space and to take care of the decorations; it would be a huge financial burden for us."

Wang Jingshan is Kun's college adviser.

Wang helped Kun to sign up for a business incubator program at the university.

She said she was a little surprised at Kun's decision to start her own business.

"Lv Zi was a silent girl who studied hard and won scholarships every semester. I thought she would prefer to find a steady job, such as becoming a civil servant. I didn't expect her to start her own business. "

However, Kun sees tremendous opportunities being provided by the economic growth on the mainland and she's trying to seize some of these opportunities so she can build her career.

"There are a lot of opportunities for us young people. Our school offers us various opportunities, whether it's finding jobs or starting our own businesses. I feel encouraged. "

Kun was born in Macau to parents from Fujian Province.

Having spent four years in Quanzhou on China's east coast, Kun said she was impressed by the cultural diversity that she's found in both Quanzhou and Macau.

By sharing her life experience and the diversity of her hometowns with her fans, she hopes young people from Macau and the mainland can better understand each other.


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