Tuhao's betrothal gift: 102 kilos of cash

2013-11-13 01:53:32 GMT2013-11-13 09:53:32(Beijing Time)  SINA English

By Yu Runze, Sina English

Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province. Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province.
Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province. Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province.
Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province. Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province.
Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province. Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province.
Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province. Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province.

Wealthy bridegroom sent abundant betrothal gifts to the bride’s family, including 8888,888 in cash, weighing 102 kilos on November 12 in east China’s Zhejiang province.

The uncouth rich 土豪 (tuhao)

A new term, tuhao, has become very popular on the Internet. The first character, tu, means uncouth and the second, hao, referes to bold or bullying. The combination tuhao was originally used to mean "local lords". But now it is being used as a term to mock China's nouveaux riches.

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