Waving glow sticks, and wearing sequin dresses and friendship bracelets, Chinese fans of American pop sensation Taylor Swift turn a normally-quiet Beijing cinema into a raucous celebration of their favourite singer.
The 14-time Grammy winner this month kicks off the Asia-Pacific leg of her "Eras" world tour with dates in Japan, Australia and, in March, Singapore.
Fans said they would see every one of her gigs if she made it to China.
"Be it Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou or Shenzhen—wherever Taylor Swift holds her concert, I will go and watch every one of them," one 22-year-old fan said.
Not everyone is so optimistic that she will come to China.
Jess Wang, a megafan who has seen Swift perform in the United States, said she believed that authorities would disapprove of the American superstar's progressive politics.
Her open support for LGBTQ causes, her decision to work with dancers who do not conform to traditional gender roles and "revealing"—by Chinese standards—clothing could all land her in Beijing's bad books, Wang argued.
"I don't think Taylor Swift's team would risk censoring (those things) just to get the approval."
And for her fans, that message of openness and good vibes is what they love about her in the first place.
"Taylor Swift gives me positive energy, which helps me to work hard", student Liu Jingyi said.