Usually a stigma is defined as an identity discrediting mark on someone of questionable moral status (Goffman 1963). “Little pink” refers to those young, patriotic, especially female netizens who attack the western media, politicians’ and even popular singer’s accounts of slighting China and Chinese people. One character they shared is most of them are members of an online literature-related forum, which has the all pink-colored background. These girls are called “little pink” consequently.
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