Using "suowei" to express "so-called"
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所谓 (suǒwèi) is the Chinese way of expressing "so-called." It can also be used in scenarios you would use sarcastic air quotation marks. Just keep in mind that "so-called" often comes with a negative connotation in English, but this is not always so in Chinese.
所谓 + "so-called name"
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