惡搞文化





Ng, Kit Yi


2011         BSSc. - JOUR


16 Min

SUMMARY

Parody Culture.

Kuso, an Internet phenomenon involving the creation of outrageous humorous parodies, is popular in Hong Kong. The themes addressed by kuso vary, but criticism of government officials and commentary on unfairness in society are common. As an expression of popular opinion, the government can treat this as a means by which citizens are communicating their views.




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