Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

New grads at Shandong University in China decided they wanted to do something fun and memorable. They most certainly did.

The students shared their graduation Photoshops on Weibo, China's microblogging service. The images have recently spread to sites like NetEase—and now, all throughout Chinese cyberspace.

Popular Chinese and foreign movies, video games, and television shows get recreated, parodied, and Photoshopped. Let's have a look!

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

Chinese Students Delight the Internet with Graduation Photos

山东大学生拍恶搞毕业照走红 [NetEase]

Eric Jou contributed to this report.

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