We looked inside some of the tweets by @YoshikuniTanaka and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
This tweet is not a journalistic report. It’s an advertisement https://twitter.com/chinadaily/status/1140454015458840577 …
Just in: At least HK$7.38 million raised from the march yesterday, per Anti-Extradition Protest Trust, Some groups still counting, so do expect figure to go up. @anti_elab
HK ppl invested about 0.95 million USD / 102 million JPY to make their future better
“I demand the HA management to give a public apology, reveal the truth and stop the illegitimate report system immediately” 醫生爸爸愛足球: 受傷市民到醫院求診被捕，揭露醫管局高層再講大話。 https://doctordaddysoccer.blogspot.com/2019/06/HA-AEIS.html …
Civil Human Rights Front : almost 2 millions jointed the #antiELAB #NoExtraditionToChina rally 民陣宣布近200萬人參與遊行 https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/ch/component/k2/1463259-20190616.htm …
More than 28% of #HongKong ppl jointed today’s rally peacefully. CIA doesn’t have such an amount of money to bribe 2millions of HK ppl 😃
The Chief Executive apologizes to the public... 行政長官為此向市民致歉.... https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/201906/16/P2019061600738.htm …
airdropped photo calling for extradition bill withdrawal while in Causeway Bay #antiELAB
There was this idea a few years ago that stuff like Firechat was gonna be the Bluetooth-powered, p2p, censorship-resistant messaging channel of choice. It turned out to actually be AirDrop.