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When social media becomes a waste of time

By Zhu Yuan | China Daily | Updated: 2017-05-31 07:37

I have had enough chicken soup stories on WeChat that some of my friends always feel excited about sharing with their WeChat peers. Their comments on these stories are so na?ve that it seems they have forgotten how they used to communicate with other people, friends included, before WeChat became a rage. They also seem to have forgotten how to cultivate their personality or temperament.

Whatever compliment some people have given to WeChat for providing them with a platform for adding to the richness of their personal lives, I've decided to spend as less time as possible browsing WeChat unless there is something worth reading.

It is quite likely that I will be considered by many as being out of fashion or left behind when it comes to social trends since I might seem to not know about the names of some singers, social celebrities or stars being talked about because of their extra-marital affairs or some kind of perverted behavior.

When social media becomes a waste of time

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