From China Digital Space火星文 (huǒxīng wén): mars script
Mars script (sometimes called brain damaged script (脑残体)) is a form of coded Chinese that uses online abbreviations, roman letters, and homophones. Through online converters, regular Chinese script is converted into Mars Script. In Mars Script, the word “don’t mention it,” (不要说 bú yào shuō) is shortened to biǎo shuō (表说) and the word “thank you” is 3q (pronounced “san q” and similar to the English “thank you”).
A popular song about the grass mud horse is below in both the original and in Mars script.
31 July 2013, by Mengyu Dong
27 June 2013, by Olivia Rosenman
22 May 2013, by josh rudolph
12 May 2013, by josh rudolph
4 January 2013, by Samuel Wade