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[[file:Gmhjiajunpeng.jpg|250px|thumb|right|''“Jia Junpeng, mother is calling you home for dinner!” screams the [[crouching grass-mud horse]]. ([http://www.chinasmack.com/2009/stories/jia-junpeng-your-mom-wants-you-to-go-home-to-eat.html ChinaSmack])'']] 贾君鹏,你妈妈喊你回家吃饭 (Jiǎ Jūnpéng, nǐ māma hǎn nǐ huíjiā chīfàn): Jia Junpeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner
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'''贾君鹏,你妈妈喊你回家吃饭 (Jiǎ Jūnpéng, nǐ māma hǎn nǐ huíjiā chīfàn): Jia Junpeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner'''
  
On July 16, 2009, this message to a possibly fictional person was [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/07/chinas-internet-phenomenon-the-sudden-popularity-of-jia-junpeng/ posted anonymously to Baidu's World of Warcraft forum.] Within two days, the stream had garnered eight million views and over 300,000 comments. It became a massively popular Internet meme, spawning countless Photoshopped images and [https://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/10/guobin-yang-the-curious-case-of-jia-junpeng-or-the-power-of-symbolic-appropriation-in-chinese-cyberspace/ much commentary] on the social significance of the original post.  
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[[file:Gmhjiajunpeng.jpg|250px|thumb|right|''"Jia Junpeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner!" screams the [[grass-mud horse]]. (Source: [http://www.chinasmack.com/2009/stories/jia-junpeng-your-mom-wants-you-to-go-home-to-eat.html ChinaSmack])'']] On July 16, 2009, this message to a possibly fictional person was [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/07/chinas-internet-phenomenon-the-sudden-popularity-of-jia-junpeng/ posted anonymously to Baidu's World of Warcraft forum.] Within two days, the stream had garnered eight million views and over 300,000 comments. It became a massively popular Internet meme, spawning countless Photoshopped images and [https://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/10/guobin-yang-the-curious-case-of-jia-junpeng-or-the-power-of-symbolic-appropriation-in-chinese-cyberspace/ much commentary] on the social significance of the original post.  
  
On the very same day that Jia Junpeng achieved Internet stardom, blogger [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/guo-baofeng/ Guo Baofeng] ([https://twitter.com/amoiist @amoiist]) was arrested after posting information about an alleged gang-rape and murder by local officials in Mawei, Fujian. After covertly snatching back his cellphone, Guo informed his Twitter followers that he was under arrest (Twitter was still accessible in China at the time). One of his followers asked Web users to send postcards to the jail in which Guo was being held, and [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/07/guo-baofeng-your-mother-is-calling-you-home-for-dinner%E2%80%9D-with-slideshow/ images with the message “Guo Baofeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner” circulated widely online] soon after. Guo was released 16 days later. He later [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/08/amoiist-how-did-i-break-the-jail/ blogged about his detention].
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On the very same day that Jia Junpeng achieved Internet stardom, blogger [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/guo-baofeng/ Guo Baofeng] (a.k.a. Peter Guo, and [https://twitter.com/amoiist @amoiist] on Twitter) was arrested after posting information about an alleged gang-rape and murder by local officials in Mawei, Fujian. After covertly snatching back his cellphone, Guo informed his Twitter followers that he was under arrest (Twitter was still accessible in China at the time). One of his followers asked Web users to send postcards to the jail in which Guo was being held, and [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/07/guo-baofeng-your-mother-is-calling-you-home-for-dinner%E2%80%9D-with-slideshow/ images with the message “Guo Baofeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner” circulated widely online] soon after. Guo was released 16 days later. He later [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/08/amoiist-how-did-i-break-the-jail/ blogged about his detention].  
 
 
In July of 2013, when outspoken rock singer [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2013/07/outspoken-singer-detained-over-explosion-remarks/ Wu Hongfei was detained for comments she made online], netizens resurrected the meme and began circulating [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2013/07/drawing-the-news-rock-stars-and-magicians/#jp-carousel-160697 images calling her home for dinner].  
 
  
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In July 2013, when outspoken rock singer [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2013/07/outspoken-singer-detained-over-explosion-remarks/ Wu Hongfei was detained for comments she made online], netizens resurrected the meme and began circulating [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2013/07/drawing-the-news-rock-stars-and-magicians/#jp-carousel-160697 images calling her home for dinner].
  
 
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[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]

Revision as of 15:45, 30 July 2015

贾君鹏,你妈妈喊你回家吃饭 (Jiǎ Jūnpéng, nǐ māma hǎn nǐ huíjiā chīfàn): Jia Junpeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner

"Jia Junpeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner!" screams the grass-mud horse. (Source: ChinaSmack)

On July 16, 2009, this message to a possibly fictional person was posted anonymously to Baidu's World of Warcraft forum. Within two days, the stream had garnered eight million views and over 300,000 comments. It became a massively popular Internet meme, spawning countless Photoshopped images and much commentary on the social significance of the original post.

On the very same day that Jia Junpeng achieved Internet stardom, blogger Guo Baofeng (a.k.a. Peter Guo, and @amoiist on Twitter) was arrested after posting information about an alleged gang-rape and murder by local officials in Mawei, Fujian. After covertly snatching back his cellphone, Guo informed his Twitter followers that he was under arrest (Twitter was still accessible in China at the time). One of his followers asked Web users to send postcards to the jail in which Guo was being held, and images with the message “Guo Baofeng, your mother is calling you home for dinner” circulated widely online soon after. Guo was released 16 days later. He later blogged about his detention.

In July 2013, when outspoken rock singer Wu Hongfei was detained for comments she made online, netizens resurrected the meme and began circulating images calling her home for dinner.