The internet lost it today after a screen-grab of an alleged group chat among the staffers at the management company of Chinese model and key opinion leader Chen Xuedong was posted online.
The conversation shows one employee telling other members of the chat group to pick out the color for their iPhone X, which is currently pre-selling for USD 1000 (RMB 6,548).
“The boss (Chen Xuedong) said everyone gets a new iPhone X and he asks me to write down what colors y’all want,” the chat history reads.
The screen capture was posted on Weibo and the story has quickly been picked up by several Chinese entertainment outlets.
Chen, a professional model and popular actor is considered a style icon that’s loved by Chinese Millennials; last year in Milan, he walked the Dolce & Gabbana runway with fashion blogger gogoboi.
Netizens have praised Chen’s generosity and expressed jealousy of Chen’s employees.
Weibo Comment: “Why haven’t I thought about working for Chen Xuedong? Now that an iPhone is officially more expensive than a kidney.”
Warning：The use of any news and articles published on eChinacities.com without written permission from eChinacities.com constitutes copyright infringement, and legal action can be taken.
Keywords: iPhone X Chen Xuedong
Disclaimer: The content in this section is translated, edited or re-posted from a third-party source. As such, it only represents the original author's personal viewpoint and not that of eChinacities.com. eChinacities.com is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.
Taking a nap at your desk is a common occurrence in the Chinese workplace, but it can damage more than just your productivity.
A Chinese man deliberately got arrested for stealing in Shanghai so he could fulfill his dream of joining a prison performing arts group, according to reports.
A suspected burglar in Anhui province, eastern China, was foiled in his attempt to rob a house because of his stinky feet, according to reports.
Chinese netizens have reacted with calls for violence and deportation after a video emerged of a British man smoking on a Beijing subway.
A video production company has been temporarily shuttered and forced to apologize after releasing disturbing Children’s cartoons in China.
A Chinese man has been living at Beijing’s airport for nearly a decade because his wife won’t let him drink at home, according to reports.
All comments are subject to moderation by eChinacities.com staff. Because we wish to encourage healthy and productive dialogue we ask that all comments remain polite, free of profanity or name calling, and relevant to the original post and subsequent discussion. Comments will not be deleted because of the viewpoints they express, only if the mode of expression itself is inappropriate.
Please login to add a comment. Click here to login immediately.