Internet Is Obsessed With This Chinese Reporter's Eye-Roll. Just Watch

Internet Is Obsessed With This Chinese Reporter's Eye-Roll. Just Watch

The journalists were covering the annual meeting of China's National People's Congress

When Huijun continues with the question, Xiangyi is seen frowning, rolling her eyes and looking away.

Zhang Huijun, the reporter who posed the long-winded question, works for American Multimedia Television (AMTV), a Los Angeles-based company whose website describes itself as a CCTV partner. Previously, the most trending topics for the political event included awesome Chinese translators, amazingly fluent Chinese-speaking foreign reporters, and advanced technology such as virtual reality and 3D cameras used by reporters to cover the event.

By late Tuesday afternoon, however, that video had been deleted - with Liang's name becoming one of the most censored terms on Weibo, China's equivalent of Twitter - as unconfirmed reports emerged of authorities moving to formally revoke her official press credentials.

The eye roll comes at one of the most delicate political moments in recent Chinese history, however, and may come back to haunt the journalist.

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Imitation videos quickly appeared on Chinese social media.

A vote Sunday abolished rules limiting heads of state to 10 years in power, setting President Xi Jinping on a course to potentially rule the country for life.

But no one can beat the e-merchants, who were already selling T-shirts and cellphones cases with Liang's picture on online marketplace Taobao, reported New York Times.

"You are the only thing I remember since the beginning of the National People's Congress", one commenter wrote.

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It was a rare moment of spontaneity at the highly choreographed two-week gathering of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's largely ceremonial parliament.

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Reporter named, Zhang Huijan, a Shanghai-based financial journalist, clad in red. Neither Zhang's employer nor Liang's responded to a request for comment on the incident on Tuesday. As the director of the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, what new moves will you make in 2018?

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