"Martin J. Dürst"
duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp
Wed Apr 2 20:13:51 CDT 2014
On 2014/04/03 02:00, James Lin wrote:
> Emoji or 顔文字, literally means Face word or Face Characters, essentially,
Emoji is 絵文字 (picture character), 顔文字 is kaomoji (face character).
> provides an emotional state in the context of words. Emoji is very
> popular in APJ, and specially in Japan where most of your text will
> contain at least half dozen Emoji characters. Remember, people in Japan
> spend more than half of their commute in the train, and no talk on the
> cellphone in the train, so most people text instead.
> Everyone can guess what are the following emoji that used frequently in
> ヽ(￣д￣;)ノ - worried
> ヾ(＠゜▽゜＠）ノ - happy
> ヽ(#`Д´)ノ - angry
> 【・_・?】- confused
> there is a lot more...
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