Topic Reading-Vol.2959-5/18/2020

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Topic Reading-Vol.2959-5/18/2020

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2020/05/18 Topic Reading-Vol.2959-5/18/2020

Dear MEL Topic Readers,

People can’t stop using these emojis during the pandemic

How often do you use emojis on your tweet or messaging app? Even if you aren’t a keen user of emojis like Roger Federer, you might have used a few or regularly insert some into your message. Indeed, emojis are very convenient and practical to convey the meaning and nuance that aren’t described well by texts. Especially in a difficult time like this, people seem to use emojis more than before to enhance their indirect interactions where facial expressions, tones, and body language are missing. The problem is that there aren’t any pandemic or COVID-19 specific emojis officially yet. So, people are adopting some existing emojis to express their emotions like 🙏 more often than ever before.

When we cover our 😷 because of 🦠, emojis seem to help us express ourselves more explicitly than usual.

Enjoy reading the article and learn about how people are communicating these days.

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