Alice Woodhouse (@alicemuwu )

Alice Woodhouse

Bio Reporter for @fastFT. Baker. Taiwanese at heart. Reading and tweeting about China, Taiwan and Hong Kongs quirks. Usual disclaimers.
Location Hong Kong
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Account created 21-08-2009 20:32:07
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iPhone : When I walk past the tutor centre by my flat in the evening the little kids waiting for their parents display the behaviour of sad zoo animals.

TweetDeck : My team have spent months gathering the voices of Gangnam’s sex scandal. We discovered powerful men requested drugged or unconscious women - before taking them to rooms nearby to be raped or sexually assaulted. One client’s order was: “Bring me zombies.”…

Twitter Web Client : “Young people in Shenzhen aren’t that interested in the protests in HK because of our own prejudices,” said Irving, a 24-year-old student. “We think HKers are British lackeys who are arrogant & see themselves as better than us.… by Sue-Lin Wong 黄淑琳

TweetDeck : A calligraphy master is trying to preserve Hong Kong’s lost art of sign-writing

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iPhone : Artwork pummelling city leaders, clever word plays & Cantonese cursing that would make a sailor blush -- Hong Kongers have displayed a riotous embrace of satire during their huge anti-government protests.

Elaine Yu & I enjoyed writing this for AFP news agency…

iPhone : A Swiss Instagram “influencer” was out on Friday turning the blockade around the police headquarters into a photo op. Then turning into an ad to get more followers.

iPhone : HK Police Force have really upped their social media game - but to be fair, they have had all day sitting barricaded in their office to work on it...…

iPhone : Can’t emphasize enough how much HK protester tactics have evolved since 2014’s Umbrella Movement. Today a relatively small group of protesters (at a guess several thousand) have blockaded main roads, closed Govt HQ, shut down Immigration & Revenue Towers, surrounded police HQ...

iPhone : There are still people streaming in to join protests outside HK’s police HQ. Luckily for all involved, the street is in shade right now. It’s really 32c with 72% humidity #ExtraditionBill