Chinese Storytellers

Chinese Storytellers

@CNStorytellers

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A community empowers Chinese non-fiction content creators

Joined on March 13, 2019
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @CNStorytellers and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
13 hours
Average replies
7
Average retweets
102
Average likes
198
Tweets with photos
11 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

The impending national security laws demonstrate that the Basic Law was never written for the city's benefit. In this despairing time, @yehua_1312 writes, Hong Kongers must continue to fight for democracy without lapsing into nationalism. https://t.co/XPRUzFdrJ1

This is a development we have been particularly worried about. Digital tools can help reopen economy, but to normalize "health codes" may also normalize fear, stigma, discrimination and digital hegemony. https://t.co/T3Yvxek6KV

ICYMI: I published my first piece in @TheAtlantic last weekend! The topic is multigenerational living, something I've had a lot of misgivings about over the years until the pandemic forced me into giving it another try. https://t.co/SLDe3qNApZ

In my first piece for @TheAtlantic, I write about my long-held discomfort about living with family that developed from well, living with family, and what I learned from doing it again these past three months. https://t.co/SLDe3qNApZ

Quoted @ajplus

Hong Kong protesters and political dissidents could face legal attacks after the Chinese govt proposed new national security laws. Could this be the end of China's "One Country, Two Systems" with Hong Kong? https://t.co/L9xjpMwB0f

My latest: Could this be the end of One Country, Two System? https://t.co/U5bhWfzqbY

A difficult piece to write, on what is now lost in Hong Kong. My story for @thenation. Editing by @madelesque https://t.co/JzB9bG6q1e

Beijing’s new national security laws will mean the end of Hong Kong as we know it. Political resistance now comes at a much steeper price; Hongkongers are now rushing to install VPNs as a protective measure. Read this explainer by @InitialVW @organizejs: https://t.co/0ESvmwvGPC

last year 21-year-old Guo joined pro-Beijing rallies against HK protesters in Melbourne, but being stranded abroad during the pandemic has completely changed her view. “now I understand why there are people criticizing our government” https://t.co/OB5yR7U4BW via @InkstoneNews

@diaodiao_yang @afrazhaowang and AI practitioners unpack S3 of HBO’s Westworld. In this episode: the show’s fuzzy rendition of the role of engineering in AI technology, the dual Leviathan of surveillance capitalism and surveillance state, and more. LISTEN: https://t.co/KV7jAlIzGf

Alibaba reported better-than-expected revenue for the virus-stricken March quarter, but the 22% rise is the worst on record. The company also forecast sales to grow slower this year, and said it's monitoring the US bill that may bar Chinese tech listings. https://t.co/RwtDwgvAR2

Latest for @dwnews - After #Beijing revealed details of the proposed national security legislation for #HongKong, I talked to @AlvinYeungnk, @ayhcheung and Dr. Ma Ngok about the potential impact of the controversial law on #HongKong and the city's future. https://t.co/zPZcoioUEM

Excited I got to talk to @shenlulushen about Chinese journalism for @fernostwaerts! We discuss the great work done by Chinese journalists during the early #Covid19 outbreak & the precarious position of Chinese journalists at foreign publications https://t.co/UkAVzJqI4L

Restricting Chinese journalist visas won't stop China’s propaganda campaigns. @JungChauncey in @TheDiplomatMag, "China’s state media have the resources to carry on. It’s the Chinese journalists affiliated with independent media who will suffer the most." https://t.co/gcoVV9zAon https://t.co/2Qn8xKvYUF

Restricting Chinese journalist visas won't stop China’s propaganda campaigns. @JungChauncey in @TheDiplomatMag, "China’s state media have the resources to carry on. It’s the Chinese journalists affiliated with independent media who will suffer the most." https://t.co/gcoVV9zAon https://t.co/2Qn8xKvYUF

Check out Katherine Cheng's Collaborative photo series that juxtaposes the hallways of banks in Hong Kong that finance major fossil fuel companies with the communities that they're affecting.   https://t.co/uQFKw1d7HT https://t.co/ZZ4vjnz87G

Check out Katherine Cheng's Collaborative photo series that juxtaposes the hallways of banks in Hong Kong that finance major fossil fuel companies with the communities that they're affecting. https://t.co/uQFKw1d7HT https://t.co/ZZ4vjnz87G

Hire documentary filmmaker and video editor @yuhong_pang. View her short documentary via the Atlantic on an asylum-seeking intersex woman who fled Zimbabwe and hopes to find a place where she belonged: https://t.co/6Q3jg1wWmn Her site: https://t.co/dRSjlC5bBi

Freelance visual journalist Yam G. Jun @yam2803 would like to take assignments in China. View his portfolio here: https://t.co/ctkQ5bLhry Previously AP Chicago and Kuala Lumpur.

Quoted @LichtSpektrum

“Who benefits the most when independent Chinese reporters cannot report freely in the US, let alone in their own country?” said one Chinese journalist. @owenschurchill reports for @SCMPNews https://t.co/jZw0eGCv1E

“You can only plan for your professional and personal lives over a three-month time frame, with the constant fear that you may have to leave the country at any time,” @zhang_qiii said in an interview with @owenschurchill @SCMPNews https://t.co/5dRdGw7K5H

@Muge_Niu and I spoke about her own incredible podcast Loud Murmurs and her brilliant project @CNStorytellers . We discussed how culture is interpreted and enjoyed differently in different countries and languages. https://t.co/XvUvxUpgB1

We want to see every of our member thrive. They will continue making great contributions to journalism & fostering understanding. May this list empower more Chinese media professionals in this global crisis and divisive world. **Come back later. We will keep updating this list.

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