Philippine mangoes, considered by some to be the best in the world, have emerged as the latest victim of the South China Sea ruling.
After an international tribunal on territorial disputes ruled against China and in favour of the Philippines, Chinese netizens used social media to call for a boycott of the Philippine fruit, as well as to make their feelings known through other memes and pictures.
Slogans like "If you want to eat mango, buy Thailand's" and "Starve the Filipinos to death" have been widely circulated on microblogging site Weibo.
"I ill eat Guangxi dried mango, drink Yunnan coffee and eat durian from Hainan. Anyway the point is, I'm making sure my money stays in China," another comment said.
"Our online shop will not sell Cebu mango from the Philippines and will not sell any snacks imported from the country anymore", a Shanghai-based vendor on Taobao told state media outlet Global Times.
'Won't accept, won't participate, won't recognise'
The topics #SouthChinaSeaResult and #ChinaDoesn'tCareAboutYou have been among the top 10 trending topics on Weibo since the ruling.
This picture, shared more than 400,000 times on Weibo, reportedly originated from state media outletPeople's Daily.
The 50,000 comments on the picture were largely positive, with users voicing their support for the Chinese government actions, leaving critical comments about the Philippines and its people.
"No matter what the ruling is, we'll be behind you China," reads one comment.
Goddess of mercy
Another trend was pictures of Guanyin, the Chinese goddess of mercy who is synonymous with peace and compassion.
China has always said its intentions in the South China Sea are peaceful, and has accused other countries, including the Philippines, of risking conflict by resisting what Beijing sees as its rightful claims.
China has said it will ignore the tribunal ruling.
Plenty of fish in the sea
Another widely shared image was this cartoon of a girl holding a fish in her hand.
The phrase on this Weibo meme is a play on a Chinese idiom meaning to "leave none behind".
In this case, the phrase reads "Not even a bit can be left behind". The word for "bit" in Chinese is also the same word as "dash".
'Don't be such a Philippine'
The word Philippines is used as a verb in this image, with the caption reading: "I urge you not to be too Philippines."
What it means to "be Philippines" is up to the user to decide.