WorldThis Little Girl Went As A "Spirited Away" Character For Halloween And Became A MemeTerrifyingly cute.By by Rachael KrishnaBuzzFeed News Reporter and by Kassy ChoBuzzFeed News ReporterPosted on October 31, 2016, 2:56 pmTwitterFacebookLink Momo Lu is a 2-year-old from Kaohsiung, Taiwan. On Friday, Momo's kindergarten held a Halloween costume party. Facebook: elmo721007 Momo's mother, Elmo Chen, asked her what she wanted to go as. Her answer: No-Face from the film Spirited Away. Facebook: elmo721007 View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php “Who do you want to go as for Halloween?”“No-Face!”“Do you like No-Face the most?”“Yes!” There she is. Facebook: elmo721007 In a post on her Facebook page, Chan said Momo's costume was so effective she made other children cry. View this post on Facebook Facebook: elmo721007 "The Halloween party that Momo has been waiting for for ages is finally here. She said Zai Zai (her classmate) would be so scared that she’ll cry! No-Face is alone. When Momo walked into the classroom, no one recognized her, and her friends actually started crying. After school, the best part was when we went to the shop and left with a basket filled with candy and walked around the shops. Her face paint started coming off, but what a happy day. Momo even said she is looking forward to next Halloween. Happy Halloween, everyone..." Yep. Definitely made other kids cry. Facebook: elmo721007 Photos of Momo's Halloween costume quickly went viral, with social media users praising her creativity. Facebook: elmo721007 "This photo is iconic!" Facebook: elmo721007 “LMAO Momo is so dedicated hahaha the girl crying next to her is so realistic." Facebook: elmo721007 “This photo is HILARIOUS. Absolutely love how calm Momo is!!!" Her costume became so popular that fans turned her into a meme. View this post on Facebook facebook.com Speaking to BuzzFeed News, Chen said she never expected the costume to go viral, and that Momo is incredibly happy with the outcome. View this post on Facebook facebook.com "She managed to scare her classmates and one cried," she said. "Her wish came true, so she’s very happy." View this post on Facebook facebook.com Rachael KrishnaBuzzFeed News ReporterRachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London. Contact Rachael Krishna at firstname.lastname@example.org.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereKassy ChoBuzzFeed News ReporterKassy Cho is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.Contact Kassy Cho at email@example.com.