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  1. Welcome to your social buzz. Here you'll find details of stories making an impact across social media
  2. This is an editorial trial
  3. The EU referendum aftermath continues to dominate social media - we are looking at trending topics

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By Paul Harrison

All times stated are UK

Lady Gaga-Dalai Lama meeting sparks fury in China

The Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga in a room before a public event
Getty Images

US pop star Lady Gaga met the Dalai Lama at a conference in the US on Sunday but the meeting proved to be controversial in China. 

The Dalai Lama is considered a controversial figure in China because he is seen as a major figurehead for Tibetan separatism.

Users on Weibo, a popular Chinese social media site, accused Lady Gaga of "not considering" their feelings when meeting someone like the Dalai Lama. 

Some users speculated whether she would be banned from performing in China. While others defended her choice to meet him.

It's not the first time that Lady Gaga has had a run-in with the Chinese authorities. Her songs were placed on a blacklist in 2011.

You can read all the reaction here.

Football fans reunite lost son with his father in Euro 2016

Getting lost in a crowd in a foreign country is not fun, unless that crowd consists of boisterous Wales and Northern Ireland football supporters all eager to help, as this young fan found out...

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The clip went viral after it was published by both Northern Irish and Welsh news sites. It has since been watched more than 5,000 times.

The friendly incident took place before the crucial Euro 2016 match in Paris on Saturday.  

Wales went on to win match against Northern Ireland 1-0 and now go through to the quarter-finals.

"Don't panic..."

It's not all doom and gloom, according to Lord King, the former Bank of England governor.

In an interview with the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg he gave his views on the British economy and the Remain's campaign tactics.

Just spoken to Lord King - most important he says, don't panic, long term economic difference btw In and Out not that big

Lord King: Mistake to treat voters like idiots

Some people tweeted to say they agree with Lord King's comments.

@bbclaurak he is correct. Let's look to the future and forward, not back!

Measured response to #brexit from #lordking #mervynking, former @bankofengland Governor…

Lord King (Bank of Eng Chf 13yrs) said today on BBC 'We'll probably look back in 20 yrs or so and say what was all the [BREXIT] fuss about'

@bbclaurak @LeaveEUOfficial It will stabilise in fairly short time - people have talked things down - can just as reasonably be talked up

"We are Europe" - NHS staff on Brexit

"'We are Europe!' Today we have been hard at work improving people's lives! This is what our friends from Europe do for the NHS"
Facebook/Junaid Masood

A Facebook photo posted by a NHS doctor to celebrate diversity has gone viral.

Dr Junaid Masood's picture has been shared more than 10,000 times since it was posted on Saturday evening.

Masood works at Homerton University Hospital in east London, UK.

He wrote: "Let's speak out for working together and not being a divided society! Immigration has been the backbone of the NHS we all love and cherish, and it is good for our society and country!"

#postrefracism - people share their experiences of racism

Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, people have shared their experiences of racism on social media.

People also have reported incidents of racism to police, including alleged racist graffiti and cards posted through letterboxes.

It is unclear whether the referendum result prompted a rise in hostility or that allegations of racism are being highlighted more on social media since the result.

The Twitter hashtag #postrefracism was trending on Sunday and has been used more than 23,000 times to date. It was started by a group of the same name, which is calling for people to share their experiences.

Here's a selection of tweets:

My mum works at a primary school, Latvian parent turned up on Friday morning to drop off kids in tears and saying "they don't want me here".

I've lost count of number of South Asian friends subjected to racist abuse on streets of UK since Thurs. Thank you #Brexit

#PostRefRacism Advice from policeman friend: report all incidents to the police. They should be treated as hate crimes, and investigated.

This Facebook image urging people to unite against hatred and racism, has been shared more than 15,000 times.

"We did not all agree on June 23rd but we must all agree today. United against hate. United against racism. Please share.
Facebook/Clare Satchwell

Good morning from London

Hello you! 

The EU referendum aftermath and Labour shadow cabinet ins and outs continue to dominate headlines and conversations on social media in the UK.

Of course it's not all about Brexit and politicians, throughout the day we will take a look at other trending stories on social media.

But no, we're not going to tell you how Game of Thrones ended!