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Who is Wolong on TikTok?

Wolong on TikTok is a Chinese girl with a disability known for her dancing and singing.

She is also known as the Lan Lan because her full name is 卧龙兰兰 (Wo Long Lan Lan).

Wolong went viral on social media because of her appearances in Mei Niang Xin Xin’s videos.

In multiple TikTok videos, she can be seen dancing together with two other people—Mei Niang Xin Xin and Xiao Xiao.

In this article, you’ll learn who is Wolong (Lan Lan) on TikTok, her age, disease/syndrome, height, meme, and more.

Wolong stats

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Full name Wolong Lan Lan (卧龙兰兰)
Weight Unknown
Height Unknown
Nationality Chinese
Year of birth 1995
Profession Chinese social media personality

Wolong disease

Wolong is purportedly born with Microcephaly, a neurodevelopmental disorder that gave her an unusually small brain and skull.

She also has a small stature (although taller than Xiao Xiao) and intellectual disability.

Social media users are labelling her as a queen because she is always seen wearing a wedding dress.

Wolong is known for her appearances in Mei Niang Xin Xin’s videos where she frequently dances behind Xiao Xiao.


Wolong is famous on the Chinese-owned social media platform, Douyin.

Douyin is also known as the China version of TikTok (although it can be also accessed in other countries).

Wolong typically appears together with another TikTok influencer, Xiao Xiao.

Mei Niang Xin Xin (@jiasu147288) is a Chinese man in his forties based in Sichuan, China.

He does cross-dressing and is known for his singing performances on Douyin.

Wolong went viral after a TikTok user, @chinesejunkfood2023, reposted one of Mei Niang Xin Xin’s video on TikTok.

The 25-second long video features Wolong dancing behind Xiao Xiao while she is singing a Chinese song (as shown below).

The video got a staggering 100 million views and over 6 million likes.

The second most popular video of Wolong is a video of her standing behind Xiao Xiao while she kicks Mei Niang Xin Xin for not giving her the microphone.

In that video, Wolong is standing behind Xiao Xiao while holding her shoulders and swaying side to side.

The video of Xiao Xiao kicking Mei Niang Xin Xin got over 20 million views (as shown below).

It was also reposted by other TikTok accounts—gaining anywhere from hundreds of thousands to millions of views.

The comment section is filled with people comparing Xiao Xiao and Wolong with each other.

“Wolong is the definition of peace while Xiao Xiao is the opposite”.

The video got so popular on TikTok that people from all over the world started making parodies of it (as shown below).

User @razamos11 made a parody of the famous Xiao Xiao kick video and got over 2 million views.

In the video, the three girls were acting as Xiao Xiao, Wolong, and Mei Niang Xin Xin respectively.

The girl in the background wore a wedding dress and was swaying side to side—resembling Wolong in the original video.

Other TikTok users used the same sound to make parodies of the same video.

The sound was used in over 3k videos and the song is 长相依 (DJ默涵版).

Further reading

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