Video Chinese farmer Tang Lily went viral, though the girl obviously wasn’t counting on it.
Today to surprise the average person is not so simple. The more interesting rare moments when some story or video becomes “viral”, that is so stand out among the rest that people want to share them with your friends and acquaintances. Video Chinese farmer Tang Lili also went viral, though the girl obviously wasn’t counting on it informs Rus.Media.
The reason for the sudden popularity of the 28-year-old tan Lili became a short video that she posted on the Internet. Video girl walks in front of the camera in a lovely dress sewn from a few dozen bags from-under cement. As told Tang Lili, the bags were left to it after redecorating the house she and her husband worked to transform their homes for the last few months.
Myself tan Lili finished his training at the age of 18 she had to go to work to feed himself and his family after her father died of cancer. Since then, the girl is constantly working in the field, on the farm. That day was the rain, to go on the field did not make sense, and Tang, Lily was bored. It was then that she caught the eye bags, which she decided to make.
Of course, in a dress made of bags, there is nothing extraordinary. But the audience, at first, was struck by the dignity with which the girl keeps, despite this, to put it mildly, inconvenient for the dress material. And secondly, compared to other girls who try to wear more expensive clothes and to look more pretentious and expensive, tan Lily seemed people “simple and clear”.
After the video, the tan became mega-popular in Weibo – the Chinese version of Facebook, to the girl almost a caravan headed journalists from leading Chinese media. They began to ask her about her life, about why she made the dress that she sewed in my life and many other issues. To this excitement the girl was clearly not ready and was very shy in the presence of journalists. “I probably would have got more likes if I was in the shower,” laughs tan.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.