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They travel virtually for you

By Xu Lin | China Daily | Updated: 2017-03-29 07:17

They travel virtually for you

Web celebrity Liu Wenwen shares her snorkeling experience in Indonesia with followers.

They often burn the midnight oil to process the photos taken in daytime and tackle some trifling tasks.

Once she only slept two hours due to flight delays, and still joined the next day's itinerary with plenty of energy.

When she comes back to Beijing, she writes an informative travel note including her views about the local culture and society.

"It's a competitive profession with great pressure. It's always essential to improve yourself and make good content," she says. She only rests about four or five days a month.

She recently finished a three-month study of English in Los Angeles and is planning to improve her photography and video-editing skills.

Many fans are university students who are curious about her job, and she is planning to offer guidance to those who are interested in choosing the profession.

"I tell them being an influencer is not just about indulging in food and pleasure-seeking. No pain, no gain. But if you really want to do it, you need to improve some basic skills such as photography," she says.

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