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Although Relatively New to Twitter, China’s Ambassador in Zimbabwe Isn’t Afraid to Fight

He’s only been using Twitter since April, but Ambassador Guo Shaochun is really getting the hang of the social network’s bare-knuckle brawling culture. His feed is filled with strongly-worded rebuttals against China’s critics in Zimbabwe, no matter if the accuser is someone popular or just an everyday citizen with a few dozen followers.

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