We looked inside some of the tweets by @beijingscribe and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
@verretor Looting is a howl of rage that surfaces when people feel trapped by injustice and betrayed by institutions. It’s not what happens when the goal isn’t justice, it’s what happens when the goal of justice is thwarted by a society of corrupted ideals and decayed morals.
Well said https://t.co/pnXjAcpOYM
A bus driver refuses to take arrested protesters to jail In other cities, bus drivers unions have refused to collaborate with the police https://t.co/yz35r9mu8R
This seems like effective leadership. https://t.co/AoRi2mrPIA
When we examined this three years ago, there were already signs of self-dealing. Now look for the common element between Luckin & UCAR. “40 percent of Car Inc.'s rental sales came from its closely held parent” https://t.co/oz7LSjkg7r
@Yunanzhang_ has been keeping an eye on this for a while. At first, it was launched in secrecy. But its proved to popular to stay below the radar.