网络茧儿 (Chinese PinYin: [wǎng luò jiǎn ér]; traditional Chinese:網絡繭兒) may mean: (1) noun. Cyber Cocoon Kids; (2) noun. concerns about kids’ online safety; (3) noun. worries about children’s internet use. Literally: 网络 (internet) + 茧 (cocoon) + 儿 (kids). It is a buzzword originated from the “Cyber Cocoon Kids” art installation, presented by UNICEF China at the 2017 World Internet Conference intended to warn the key online risks for children: cyberbullying, excessive internet use, online child sexual abuse and oversharing personal information.
1. How to pronounce 网络茧儿 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [wǎng luò jiǎn ér]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 网络茧儿
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 网络茧儿
Fixed expression: 网络茧儿现象 (the Cyber Cocoon Kids phenomenon),
Collocation: “网络茧儿”艺术品 (the “Cyber Cocoon Kids” art installation),
4. How to use 网络茧儿 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 网络茧儿.
Translation: Don’t let your child become a “Cyber Cocoon Kid”.
Translation: The “Cyber Cocoon Kids” art installation, presented by UNICEF China at the on-going World Internet Conference, shows the four key online risks for children: cyberbullying, excessive internet use, online child sexual abuse and oversharing personal information.
4.3 艺术家解勇和创意总监Kevin Wang提出了“网络茧儿”的概念，以表示当儿童在父母和看护人不完全懂的网络世界里可能发生的孤立现象和其他问题.
Translation: Artist Xie Yong and creative director Kevin Wang came up with the concept of “Cyber Cocoon Kids” to represent the potential isolation and problems that can occur when children inhabit a cyber world that parents and caregivers do not fully understand.
Translation: We need to protect children from the worst that digital technology has to offer and expand their access to the best, and prevent them from becoming Cyber Cocoon Kids.
Translation: Four sculptures named “Cyber Cocoon Kids” stood in great contrast to the advanced technology on display in Wuzhen Internet International Conference and Exhibition Center; however, they attracted just as much, if not more, attention from visitors.
Translation: The “Cyber Cocoon Kid” sculptures at the World Internet Conference mean to highlight child online safety.
Translation: Is your child a so-called Cyber Cocoon Kid?
Translation: Cyber Cocoon Kids is an increasingly worrying concern in the world.
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