摸鱼 mō yú to loaf on the job; cyberslacking lit. to feel fish by hands
摸鱼mō yú originally refers to the idiom "浑水摸鱼 hún shuǐ mō yú" to fish in the muddy water. Now, it has a new meaning to describe a status that office workers are cyberslacking or cyberloafing. Specifically, it’s about doing something irrelevant to your work during office hours.
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