The 10 Most Popular WeChat Accounts of 2015

By THAT'S, December 22, 2015

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This is part of our China's 2015 in Review series. For more on 2015 Online Trends in review, read our interview with author Liz Carter here and list of the 6 most popular viral memes in China here.

Do you get a rush every time someone clicks the little heart on your WeChat Moment? Given that some of these accounts average over 1 million likes a month, imagine how they feel. A look at the 10 most popular WeChat accounts in China in 2015.

1. People’s Daily (rmrbwx)

Also the most viewed account, the Party’s official paper is the king of WeChat.

2. Big Bared Flower (dacihua258)

A channel that appears to be made up of funny videos from Dongbei.

3. Card Baby Micro Card (kawa01)

A selection of short articles, music, celebs, jokes and fashion.

4. Reading Club Digest (duzhe3650)

A literature magazine that delivers doses of micro-lit to followers.

5. Insight (DJ00123987)

Clickbait about the weird and wonderful. Utter misnomer. 

6. Northeast Tease (dadoubi258)

Dongbei videos again prove to be a popular source of entertainment.

7. Comedy Gif Figure (gifaaa)

Everyone loves funny gifs and this account is dedicated to them.

8. CCTV News (cctvnewscenter)

The news broadcaster now broadcasts news to your pocket.

9. Traditional holiday wishes (zhufu569)

Nauseatingly cutesy holiday greetings for acquaintances and distant relatives.

10. FM93, The Voice of Radio (hifm93)

Breaking news: Traffic radio is popular in country with a lot of traffic.


Based on latest monthly ‘like’ figures at the time of writing. Data courtesy of

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