The social media hashtag #IrishaCulture, which is trending worldwide, was created by an Irish Canadian woman who said she was inspired by her Irish roots in the wake of the Brexit vote.
#IrishingCulture was created on March 25 by the #Irislife hashtag on Twitter, which has now been tweeted more than 5,000 times, according to data collected by analytics company Digg.
The hashtag has been used by people across the world to share stories of social and cultural change.
The #IrishedCulture has been trending on Twitter since Monday.
People who are #IrISHCulture followers are sharing stories of their own personal journeys to #Iriceculture.
A tweet posted by a Twitter user in Ireland, @harry, reads: “I am #IrishiCulture.
It’s the #Irishness I want to live in.”
The Irish woman who created the hashtag, @sjbwcg, posted a picture of herself on her iPhone on Sunday.
I have always been passionate about Ireland and its people and this is how I got to be an Irish person. “
Irishness isn’t something that is easy to explain, but you have to get it.
I have always been passionate about Ireland and its people and this is how I got to be an Irish person.
I’m proud of my Irishness, and that’s what makes me who I am.”
I’m so proud of what I am and what I’ve been able to achieve in my life and I am so happy I got the opportunity to share that with others.
“It is the latest in a series of cultural changes in Ireland in recent years, which include the resignation of the country’s first female foreign minister in April and the departure of the nation’s only female head of government in November.
In March, #Irishment was also trending in the UK after a photograph of a young boy playing a musical instrument and his father wearing a turban, which was seen as a sign of cultural change, was posted on Twitter by an anonymous user.