Twitter | Search | |
Adam Ni
Co-editor, . Plants, kitties, frisbee.
16,392
Tweets
282
Following
6,263
Followers
Tweets
Adam Ni 12m
There is ugliness in the Chinese interweb. Netizen form lynch mobs while authorities look on, trying to decide the sacrifice needed to satiate a blood-hungry public. One Weibo post is all it takes to doom a family. But she is just a manifestation of a corrupt system.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni 21m
One Chinese netizen said something that stuck with me. I couldn't find that comment anymore, but in English, it was something along the lines of.. ."a whole year of trying to win hearts and minds destroyed by a simple drive into the Forbidden city".
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Jonathan Cheng 46m
"One…single…microblog post is all it takes to strike a raw nerve in the Chinese people. There is deep deep resentment of elite privilege…and hypocrisy of the ruling class is often clearer to the Chinese people…notwithstanding censorship."
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Bec Strating 1h
Delighted that our first big event for the year on 'Democracy in Hong Kong' features such a stellar panel - Chaired by our resident China expert and Head of Tickets on sale! 👇
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Nick Bisley 2h
Don't miss this excellent discussion of Hong Kong's future with and 18 Feb 6pm at the SLV, more quality action from
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Charlie Lyons Jones 1h
Wang Yang delivers a speech reaffirming the CCP's position on 'one country, two systems' and Xi Jinping's 'core status' to a meeting on Taiwan work. Approach of relying on active measures seems likely to continue, with Xi providing guidance.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni 1h
Replying to @cnlyonsjones
Give HK and TW elections, Beijing is likely to put more UF effort into Taiwan's young people: "要大力推动两岸青年交流" Also note PLA presence at the meeting.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
La Trobe Asia 2h
For months the citizens of Hong Kong have been taking to the streets, but what is the future of Hong Kong's democracy movement? Come to our free event with and . 18 Feb, 6pm at
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni 5h
Here is the latest briefing. Of course, we look at the driving into Forbidden City incident.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni 12h
王仁华首次以“中央军委政法委书记”身份亮相,此前担任中央军委政法委书记的是宋丹中将。
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni 13h
And China expresses support for Myanmar is dealing with "refugee" issues. This is what you'd call "win-win".
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni Jan 17
Someone drove their car into the Forbidden city and post photos on Chinese social media. Little did they know this was going to blow up and become #1 topic of discussion on Chinese social media. A raw nerve re elite privilege has been touched.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni Jan 17
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni Jan 16
Replying to @SPCmonitor
Why is CYL listed 3rd and not 2nd in the list?
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni Jan 16
, I'm very impressed with your interview on Phase One trade deal with 美中第一阶段贸易协议签订,这份长达96页的协议对全球贸易将产生什么影响?曾就职于澳大利亚国库部门及总理和内阁部的政治经济分析师姜云作出了详解。
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Yun Jiang Jan 16
Replying to @sbschinese
Even though this means a lot more preparation for me, I wanted to do it because 1) I want to support the role plays in diaspora media in Australia 2) it's a very good practice.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni Jan 16
That's an interesting question. Also ASAT missiles.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni Jan 16
Do you have a citation for this? Thanks in advance.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Maree Ma Jan 16
"Governments, journalists, technology companies, and civic activists are responding with initiatives to counter these efforts and protect the free flow of information, and they have scored some victories...." 1/2
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Ni retweeted
Rachael Burton Jan 16
"The talks resulted in consensus to maintain open channels of communication, strengthen mechanisms to prevent and manage crisis, and enhance cooperation on areas of common interest."
Reply Retweet Like