Anhui Kids (“Fei Zhu Liu”) Are Mental Retards?

From KDS: I hear this is trendy in Anhui right now?

Anhui fei zhu liu.

非主流 = fei zhu liu = A “counter-culture” or “anti-mainstream” trend, fashion, or lifestyle popular amongst younger Chinese, usually (but not always) those born in the 1990s, possibly influenced by Japanese popular culture.

Two Anhui fei zhu liu guys.

A group of Anhui fei zhu counter-culture liu kids.

A group of Anhui anti-mainstream fei zhu liu kids.

A collage of anti-mainstream fei zhu liu pictures.

More fei zhu liu guys with crazy hairstyles.

Anhui counter-culture fei zhu liu guys dancing.

Two fei zhu liu girls kissing each other.

The reactions:

A group of mental retards.

If I saw them on the street, I would drag them into a restroom and beat the shit out of them.

I can only say I am too old to understand what I am seeing.

It is Anhui, what did you expect?

A crippled generation.

It is like seeing a ghost in the mirror every night you get up to use the bathroom.

LZ, go administer the medicine~

Chinese mental retardation medicine.

Translation for the above picture:

[On the box]

New Brain of Brain
Mental Retardation Tabs
Bonus 6 tabs
(30+ =36 tabs)

[Next to the box]

After eating a mental retardation tab,
Silly things will no longer be spoken,
Intelligence will be restored!
You can read 10 topics at once,
And not have any unhealthy reactions!
Especially suitable for Lou Zhu.
Lou zhu’s entire family needs it!

Never come to Shanghai
Meet once, beat once.

It is like World of Warcraft…

Anhui has been polluted by Koreans…

Stop insulting visual kei…they are just a group of Anhui mental retards…

Everyone be tolerant.

Wow, how beautiful. Maybe if I look at them longer, I will no longer be scared of monsters.

X JAPAN had this kind of hair in the 90s, it is not that strange.

We can write off these people.  One look and you can tell they are uncultured, low quality human trash.

They would rather be monsters than humans!

They are only starting to copy yesterday’s fashion trends? Wow, they are so behind the times.


I once saw someone dressed like this on the streets…they have problems…

Fei Zhu Liu Brand Mental Retardation Medicine.

Translation for the above picture:

[Upper left]

(Before use) and (After use)

[Upper center]

Fei Zhu Liu brand Mental Retardation Medicine:

  • No more silly make-up
  • No more silly clothes
  • No more silly hairstyles
  • No more scaring other people!

66 boxes per treatment:
Eat it every day,
Keep eating it,
Eat it as a meal!

[Upper right]

Fei Zhu Liu
Time to take your medicine!

Good news for Fei Zhu Liu!
Everyone agrees after eating!


Hi everyone, my name is Fatty Zhu Liu. I am 15 this year. After looking at too many “fei zhu liu” pictures online, I became addicted to the “fei zhu liu” trend since the beginning of last year. The result was that I started looking like the picture above. I really regretted it. But after eating Fei zhu Liu Mental Retardation Medicine, I really got better! I am so happy! You too must remember to take it! Heh heh!

I spent a few years in Bengbu, Anhui province as a hip hop dance coach~~ Now I work in Shanghai. The people I respect the least are these peasants who have not gone to school but still want to show off. True fashion is expressed only when it is simple and has style as well as you own personality. These people should all die ten thousand times~~

If they were doing this just for Christmas, I might be able to accept it.

These pictures are just of some “fei zhu liu” in Anhui but there are many young Chinese throughout China who are very into the “fei zhu liu” culture or style. Have you seen this before? What do you think? Do you like it? Or do you think it is stupid?

Maybe I can post more about them if people want to see and learn more.


Written by Fauna

Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.


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