Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen.

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  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu claims to be an impartial, non-political figure she is extensively critical of the West, democracy and uses her social media presence to push a pro-Chinese Communist Party agenda. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu claims to be an impartial, non-political figure she is extensively critical of Western democracy and uses her social media presence to push a pro-Chinese Communist Party agenda. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu claims to be an impartial, non-political figure her social media platforms are extensively critical of Western democracy, often pushing pro-Chinese Communist Party propaganda and misinformation. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim directly contrasts with her social media postings which lean towards a pro-Chinese Communist Party bias. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with pro-CCP social media postings. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with her pro-Chinese Communist Party social media postings and may constitute towards the spreading of misinformation. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with her social media postings which may be constituting towards the spreading of misinformation. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. Although Wu stated "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with her social media postings and her wide reaching impact may be constituting towards the spreading of misinformation. (en)
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  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu claims to be an impartial, non-political figure she is extensively critical of the West, democracy and uses her social media presence to push a pro-Chinese Communist Party agenda. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu claims to be an impartial, non-political figure she is extensively critical of Western democracy and uses her social media presence to push a pro-Chinese Communist Party agenda. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu claims to be an impartial, non-political figure her social media platforms are extensively critical of Western democracy, often pushing pro-Chinese Communist Party propaganda and misinformation. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim directly contrasts with her social media postings which lean towards a pro-Chinese Communist Party bias. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with pro-CCP social media postings. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with her pro-Chinese Communist Party social media postings and may constitute towards the spreading of misinformation. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. According to Wu, her English-language following on YouTube and Twitter is one of the largest, if not the largest, of any PRC citizen living in China; she lives and works in Shenzhen. Although Wu says "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with her social media postings which may be constituting towards the spreading of misinformation. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. (en)
  • Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (literally: '"Machinery Enchantress"'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modifications, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. Although Wu stated "I do not push any pro-China agenda or propaganda" this claim contrasts with her social media postings and her wide reaching impact may be constituting towards the spreading of misinformation. (en)
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