[OMG] Sex Doll Wang Jiayun is most search person

Gallery.anhmjn.com - Wang Jiayun Famous Chinese Female High School Student Who Looks Like Doll



Name: Wang Jia Yun 王嘉韻 / Renee Wong

Date of Birth: Jun 18, 1993

Height: 168 cm

Weight: 42 kg

Blog: http://kulu.kaka.blog.163.com

T.Sina: http://t.sina.com.cn/wangjiayun11

About: Wang Jia Yun 王嘉韻, is a 17 years old life-size walking doll born in Kowloon, Hong Kong but now lives and studies in Shenzhen, China. Only recently, Wang Jia Yun 王嘉韻/王嘉韵 was a top searched keyword among the major search portals especially in South Korea. Most of her pictures were wildly circulated over the Internet where it reaches forums and sites across China, Taiwan and Hong Kong and she was instantly labeled as the live action blow-up doll (充气娃娃).
With large round eyes, sharp oval face, pointed chin, sexy body and thin long slender legs, it reminds me of one of the pretty Japanese anime or Final Fantasy game characters which is every guy’s fantasy! Now, where can we order one!? While many claims that she is fake and used PhotoShop to create her barbie look; no matter what, Wang Jia Yun definitely has most of the Koreans going crazy trying to befriend her!
And in her latest status message, she mentioned that she just wants a normal life and repays her parents by getting into college. She never wanted to be popular public figure. Teachers have called her up after seeing her pictures online and she couldn’t describe how she is feeling at the moment. Maybe some of the pictures were photo-shopped but she doesn’t really deserve all the hate comments and remarks! Anyway, only the best of Wang Jia Yun 王嘉韻 available here, all filtered by http://dailylenglui.blogspot.com.
A Chinese high school student, Wang Jiayun, topped Korean sites as the most-searched item for two days in February.

On the afternoon of Feb 17, the number of visits to Wang Jiayun’s weibo surpassed 3.5 million.

Chinese and Korean netizens attribute her popularity to her likeness to large eyed characters made famous by Japanese ‘manga’ culture.

However, some netizens say her photos are heavily photoshopped to give her the look similar to what netizens call ‘an inflatable doll’.



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