There apparently exists a sort of trend in China right now where people submit every day, ho-hum pictures of themselves to the Internet with specific requests directed at more Photoshop-inclined individuals to retouch and generally zazz up the originals.
This, in itself, is old hat. People have been submitting such requests to their online communities of choice, the whole world over, for years now. What's noteworthy in this case is the literal-minded brand of antagonism that Chinese Photoshoppers seem to have perfected as a result. Ask and ye shall receive. Receive and ye shall wish you worded your requests more carefully.
For instance, don't use coloquialisms like, "Make me hot sh*t on the Net please!"
There's something about him now. He just seems...I dunno...more accomplished somehow.
Of course, social status is a reasonable thing to strive for and its pursuit can often teach valuable lessons in humility. More especially when you attempt shortcuts to social standing by saying, "I want to look like the son of a powerful politician!"