Little Pink or Pinkie is a term used to describe young Chinese that supports the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
According to the program “Strange Stories in China,” a Pinkie named Fanhong from Henan works as a construction worker in Xinjiang.
This Pinkie was initially full of praise for Xinjiang, where millions of people were brainwashed and tortured by the CCP in re-education camps.
The Pinkie dances, sings, and praises Xinjiang on Douyin daily, pontificating that if you want to live a long, good life, go to Xinjiang.
He sings that he would rather have a bed in Xinjiang than a house in Japan and that he would rather have a tree in Xinjiang than a small villa in the United States.
He also asserted that if the world is in trouble, Xinjiang is fine, and people will not have to worry.
However, Pinkie has changed his attitude after living under the lockdown of the CCP’s “zero-COVID” policy. Fanhong now laments his miserable life in Xinjiang, saying he wants to go home.
At noon on November 12, he said the construction site where he was under lockdown had no drinking water and no food. In addition, there was no car for him to return to his hometown.
Fanhong even condemned the Xinjiang government. He said, “The Xinjiang dictatorship is not satisfied with all kinds of discontent. I don’t accept it! I don’t accept it!”
The host of “Strange Stories in China” commented that the COVID pandemic had led countless Pinkies, who were initially crazy fans of the CCP, to wake up and chant slogans condemning the CCP every night. There have been too many slaps in the face from the CCP.