We looked inside some of the tweets by @panphil and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
A mother, her four children went to Belgian embassy in Beijing for visas to join the father in Brussels. They are Uighur Muslims. Belgians evicted them. Chinese cops drove them 30 hours home for possible detention. Where are they? My story @janeperlez
Pro-Beijing newspaper TaKungpao reports that Carrie Lam will make a proper apology + scrap the law "soon" 特區行政會議今日休會，特首林鄭月娥會見傳媒，估計將會就明確撤回修訂移交逃犯條例有所宣布，並將會就事件向市民正式道歉。http://www.takungpao.com.hk/opinion/233114/2019/0618/305243.html …
Many stories coming out from Hong Kong's peaceful demonstration. I'd like to share one. I met a family of nine, spanning three generations. The grandfather marched last Sunday. Today the whole family decided to come out together after witnessing events that unfolded this week
This is beautiful and magical: within minutes of hearing there are elderlies stuck on the bus, the hundreds of thousands that were occupying the driveway made way for them to pass. Drivers & passengers waved in thanks while protesters clapped&cheered. Some shouted "HKers add oil"
I had the free water here. My son ordered the “brown sugar boba milk” and said it was delicious.