We looked inside some of the tweets by @QiZHAI and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Graduation equals unemployment? Not true. With the latest instruction from the education ministry, Chinese university students, as long as they can open a blog on Wechat (which everybody can), will be counted as they’re employed. https://t.co/gGpO2qa850
Does Beijing realize how profoundly its recent actions could shape global politics? "[India] will end up as one of the frontline states which will have to step up to contain Chinese power...[it] has no choice but to deepen its partnerships with... the US" https://t.co/xLWaexDBys
Australia to spend $270b building larger military to prepare for 'poorer, more dangerous' world and rise of China https://t.co/7VjbGYXdli
From another discontented borderland...new research shows long before Xinjiang was covered in cameras, Chinese hackers built huge amounts of malware targeting Uighurs. Beginning in 2015, the campaign shows hacking was an early cornerstone of surveillance. https://t.co/ri9OPgGBvb
Our preliminary summary and analysis of the new law is here: https://t.co/HvH9rSyOYg