We looked inside some of the tweets by @PatrickKFeldman and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
As expected, India once again refuses to endorse China's BRI at the SCO summit this weekend. Modi, without naming China, says such initiatives must be based on: “respect for sovereignty, regional integrity, good governance, transparency...and reliability”.
UBS lost a bond deal with one of China’s biggest state-owned infrastructure companies after the “Chinese pig” comment controversy https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-17/ubs-is-said-to-lose-china-bond-deal-after-economist-s-pig-remark … via @markets
Now that Joshua’s free, there are 5 political prisoners in #HK: Chan Kin-man (16mo), Benny Tai (16mo), Raphael Wong (8mo), Shiu Ka-chun (8mo) & Avery Ng (4mo). All are pro-democracy leaders imprisoned for nonviolent political acts.
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong walks free; calls on leader to resign https://japantoday.com/category/world/hong-kong-activist-joshua-wong-walks-free-calls-on-leader-to-resign?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=dlvr.it …
I don’t really see where the conflict of interest is. Even if we consider CCP membership as some sort of ideological affiliation it’ll be something along the lines of a Republican shouldn’t be allowed to review a book critical of the GOP
Wow. Wow. Turns out @LetaHong's book is throwing sunlight into all sorts of dark places.
Fast-growing Australian companies will have the option of taking out loans, rather than selling equity in their companies after @leapcapital raised a $50m fund targeted at backing firms as they look to scale up. @SaysSmithy reports. #ausbiz #tech