We looked inside some of the tweets by @iScottNYC and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
While Chinese authorities covered up evidence of human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus during critical weeks in January, they allowed millions of people to travel from Wuhan for the (economically important) Chinese New Year. The virus went global. https://t.co/rE03MjlNUE https://t.co/Jsm6bHtJ21
Asked if China misled US in early days of pandemic, Dr. Fauci says in early conversations ”it was led to believe” that transmission was animal-to-human “at a time when it was clear” that there was human-to-human transmission. "It would have been nice to know about that sooner." https://t.co/aNfN8xZiLZ
Officially, China's unemployment rate has been stable: 5.7% in June, <1% higher than the same time last year. Job ads tell a different story. A research director for a Chinese security brokerage firm estimated that it was ~20%. He was fired a week later. https://t.co/1PXSfncuFm https://t.co/LQuuKI4dLW
Breaking: Tony Chung, convenor of pro-independent Studentlocalism, is reportedly arrested for "inciting separatism" after national security officers searched his home (source: Facebook). Chung disbanded Studentlocalism prior to the implementation of the National Security Law. https://t.co/F4pLAgKxtc
White terror, politics of fear dispersed in Hong Kong under National Security Law. This is the first case that an individual is arrested on the doorstep under #NSL. It targets activists and quashes freedom of expression of HK people. Please be aware of it. https://t.co/yOA4zPftZp
From @WSJopinion: After disagreeing with some of the demands in a faculty “open letter,” I was immediately denounced on social media and condemned publicly by my department and the university president, writes Joshua Katz https://t.co/Qs5FdbKjbh
Had the Chinese government heeded rather than censored the Wuhan doctors who tried to warn us of the coronavirus--instead it stalled from Jan 2 to 23 while 5 million people fled Wuhan--prevalence of the disease may have been 95% less (U of Southhampton). https://t.co/5t3DTSPYSM https://t.co/SrePE5s8bk
For business people who think Beijing's crackdown in Hong Kong doesn't concern them, remember Xiao Jianhua. A billionaire, he was whisked out of Hong Kong's Four Seasons Hotel and taken to mainland China. There has been no official word on his whereabouts. https://t.co/P5qi9fffS6 https://t.co/8zIE6WdJIf