Japanese Schoolgirls’ “Energy Waves Attacks” Goes Viral Online
Recently, a type of delayed photography style has become popular amongst Japanese students, imitating the “energy wave attack” [“kamehameha“] in “Dragon Ball“. This kind of self-photographing has become popular with youth, making people laugh.
Comments on NetEase:
Japanese girls have already stolen our Zhejiang Hengdian’s anti-Japanese special moves, we ought to be vigilant!
网易辽宁省本溪市网友： (responding to above)
Japanese girls also stole our Shaolin special moves, we ought to be vigilant!
Yan Fang disciples all around the world.
SR9527 [网易辽宁省沈阳市网友]： (responding to above)
Yan Fang expresses having a lot of pressure [feeling threatened]…
hgh818 [网易湖北省宜昌市网友]： (responding to above)
Yan Fang has no pressure [isn’t threatened], this is child’s play, Master Yan has already reached the level where she can hit cows from the other side of a mountain.
Why hasn’t a con artist like Yan Fang been sued?
In front of Master Yan Fang, how dare they show off their weak skills?
Would really like to know how this is photographed!
网易云南省昆明市手机网友： (responding to above)
Just look at the direction of the hair and you’ll know.
Looking at the black stockings in the first photo made me hard.
I came to look at fluttering skirts.
Shamefully became hard.
This photo feature remains the third most viewed on China’s NetEase web portal with over 20m views, having accumulated over 17m views within its first three days.