We looked inside some of the tweets by @weitchou and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Last June, I went to the twenty-fifth annual testicle festival, in Ashland, Nebraska, to find out what it means to be a man.
“Readers look to liberal and leftist writers for guidance: if what they find are denials of phenomena that are unfolding in plain view, they may embrace media alternatives that take up such topics from a less sympathetic perspective.” https://thepointmag.com/2019/politics/on-denialism …"
me: subtle asian traits: i was born with matcha bones and boba skin. every morning i'm vaguely racist online, every afternoon i think abt how white kids told me my lunch was weird. at night, i lie awake in agony about my A- until the disappointment from my parents put me to sleep
.@weitchou wrote about the New Yorker's successful unionization effort in June, and solidarity across media
"I wanted to know, in other words," writes @weitchou, "what it means to be a man.'
for christmas, @NettlesVA made me more of my favorite yuletide music, harsh noise!!!
Happy birthday, @taylorswift13! 🎉🥳 Love, -- Me and my friend Larold, who I met (on the best day of my life) three years ago
.@rosemarieho_ takes on 'subtle asian traits,' a meme account i am now too old and too square to know anything about
"The supposition that jazz is dead carries meaning beyond itself. What if we are witnessing the death, or suffocation, of a society that values careful listening?" Matthew McKnight on Jazz at Lincoln Center, newly unpaywalled from issue 17:
Forest Hills, Queens: tennis, Tudor homes — and dumplings. The neighborhood’s new infusion of creative Chinese restaurants. https://nyti.ms/2RdnJwc
Today online and tomorrow in print, a story dear to my heart: welcome to New York’s latest Chinatown
.@tracy_ma's typographic tour of manhattan chinatown and relentlessness in calling out businesses using simplified v traditional characters is a rare delight
I’m 2+years late but I enjoyed listening to @weitchou’s essay on what it’s like to be an #AAPI woman traveling abroad and her thoughts on culture & food. A lot resonated with me. https://themorningnews.org/article/where-death-lies … via @themorningnews @audmapp