Dozens of Chinese diplomats are making their presence felt on Twitter, which also now hosts an official account for China’s foreign affairs ministry. Photo: Warton LiDozens of Chinese diplomats are making their presence felt on Twitter, which also now hosts an official account for China’s foreign affairs ministry. Photo: Warton Li
Dozens of Chinese diplomats are making their presence felt on Twitter, which also now hosts an official account for China’s foreign affairs ministry. Photo: Warton Li

China’s African envoys take Twitter tips from Trump in PR offensive

  • Capital letters, typographical errors and an angry tone are becoming a common feature of Chinese diplomatic tweets
  • Ambassadors across Africa are joining dozens of their counterparts around the world on the microblogging platform

Topic |   US-China relations
Dozens of Chinese diplomats are making their presence felt on Twitter, which also now hosts an official account for China’s foreign affairs ministry. Photo: Warton LiDozens of Chinese diplomats are making their presence felt on Twitter, which also now hosts an official account for China’s foreign affairs ministry. Photo: Warton Li
Dozens of Chinese diplomats are making their presence felt on Twitter, which also now hosts an official account for China’s foreign affairs ministry. Photo: Warton Li
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