Kim Fatty III
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金三胖 (Jīn Sān Pàng): Kim Fatty IIIKim Jong Un, Supreme Leader of North Korea.
Kim Jong Un inherited leadership after his father's death in December 2011. While China's state media expressed condolences for Kim Jong Il's death, Chinese netizens immediately began lampooning his chubby son. Kim Jong Un quickly became "Kim Fatty III."
China is one of North Korea's only allies. Over the years, the Chinese public has grown increasingly uneasy with this diplomatic relationship.
Example: Weibo users commented on Kim Jong-un's 40-day disappearance in fall 2014:
Xuanhuwencha (@悬壶问茶): I asked Uncle Doorman, "Why does Kim Fatty III have to play hide-and-seek? Uncle Doorman (Menweidaye @门卫大爷) says, "Kim Fatty III has three goals: one, to test the loyalty of his cadres; two, to see how the U.S., U.K., Japan, and South Korea react; and three, to slap Chinese intellectuals in the face. (October 14, 2014)
See also West Korea.