What harassment is Naomi Wu talking about?
That time the Make CEO called her 'fake' and immediately apologised afterwards?
Go home, maker girl
In 2018, a reporter from Vice spent three days with Wu in Shenzhen, exploring the city, meeting Wu's friends, photographing Wu's home, and describing in depth the local creative history and Wu's recent creation, the Sino:Bit, a single-board microcontroller for computer education in China, and the first Chinese open-source hardware product to be certified by the Open Source Hardware Association.
The article drew criticism from Wu and from others when it was revealed that according to her agreement with Vice, details of her personal life should have been left out of the article, out of fear of retaliation by the Chinese government; Vice refused to comply and published the details regardless.
After Vice failed to retract the story, Wu created a video in which she made boots with tiny video screens, which briefly displayed Vice's editor-in-chief's home address. Vice responded by having Wu's Patreon account withdrawn for "doxxing". This effectively put an end to Wu's independent maker career, and she returned to freelance coding.
So she's mad because John sperged about harrassment and didn't come to her rescue specifically when she was supposedly harrassed last year.
That's a lot of tweets for something that boils down to whataboutism.
Wu vs Wu is a match made in... Somewhere far, far away from heaven.Chinese Wu shrieking about how she suffered more than anyone else was fucking hysterical. Don't play that game you dumb cow, there's always people worse off.
She seems angrier about about slipping down the oppression totem more than governmental and media abuse.
Imagine Highlander, but it's upper middle class people who live in the first world whining at each other about who's got it worse until one dies and there's a sole survivor.Imagine a Highlander movie, but instead of a winner, they cut each other’s heads off simultaneously and the prize is that everyone else goes home happy