Ying Miao, iPhone Garbage. GIF screenshot of work from "Meanwhile in China--so in love, will never feel tired again" on netize.net and Newhive.
Randy Marsh (Lorde): "You can't just replace artists with holograms. Who will create the content?'"
Entertainment Business CEO guy: "Today commentary is the content."
— South Park season 18 episode 9 #Rehash
Like all the other Chinese social networking websites that became successful in China, Bilbili/哔哩哔哩弹幕视频网 is modeled on an original idea; yet this time it wasn't from the USA, but from Japan—Niconico, which was launched in 2006, four years before Bilibili. "Unlike other video sharing sites, however, comments are overlaid directly onto the video and synced to a specific playback time. This allows comments to respond directly to events occurring in the video, in sync with the viewer, creating the sense of a shared watching experience."(Wikipedia).