Rich kids of china socialites splash thousands on designer goods and luxury trips abroad

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A GROUP of wealthy young women from China are brazenly flaunting their luxury lifestyles on social media.

Even though the women have been warned by the Chinese government to stop splashing their wealth on Instagram, they just cant resist putting on a show, The Sun reports

The affluent socialites tend to be daughters of Chinese billionaires, enjoying the finer things in life and jetsetting around the world.

In attempt to reign in the young fuerdai, which loosely translates as the rich second generation, President Xi Jinping has been taking some drastic measures.

His strict policies include censoring the wealthy teens from reality TV shows, but hes unable to crack down on social media in the same way.

Despite President Xi Jinpings efforts, the well-off young women continue to upload enviable snaps of designer clothing labels, flashy cars and expensive champagne.

One of the women, AL, who has more than 5000 followers on Instagram, showed off a picture of a sparkling 16 carat ring with a gorgeous pink conch pearl centre.

As well as promoting her love of fine jewellery, AL has been known to proudly display bottles of expensive plonk.

Lining up some Grands chezeaux, a red wine that sells for a starting price of $420, AL wrote: Wine pairing night for homemade dinner ...

So far year 2004 tastes the best among all these babies.

Instagram user vickybabyswl is another Chinese socialite to attract a huge following, boasting more than 803,000 followers.

Last week, she posed beside a marble swimming pool clutching onto an expensive Chanel beach bag.

In another outlandish display of wealth, vickybabyswl proudly showed off three pairs of Celine shoes, footwear that adds up to the staggering price of around $6000.

A similar Instagram uploader, xiaooyii, posted five pairs of jewel-encrusted shoes, including some pricey Manolo Blahniks.

The showy social media socialite, who has more than 13,000 followers, also regularly shows off snaps of her adorable-looking puppies.

Its a major struggle not to get travelling envy when skimming through the snazzy holiday photos uploaded to Instagram by Weymi Cho.

As well as sharing photos of local delicacies and beautiful landscapes, Weymi loves posing in the lobby of expensive hotels.

Very much like the other young Chinese socialites, Weymi has built up an impressive social media presence.

The lover of luxury has more than 18,000 followers on Instagram alone.

When it comes to extravagant holiday snaps, Sian Vivi knows how to make everyone want to book a trip abroad.

From sultry poolside snaps, to incredible pictures of herself on a yacht, theres no doubt that more than 71,000 people follow her adventures online.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission.

Some wealthy Chinese students in the U.S. stand out for their lavish lifestyles. High on the list of musts: an uber-luxury car. Photo: Rob Alcaraz/The Wall Street Journal