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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. 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. 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. 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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"Machinery Enchantress"'),Traditional Chinese: 機械妖姬; pinyin: jīxiè yāojī</ref> 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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"Machinery Enchantress"'),Traditional Chinese: 機械妖姬; pinyin: jīxiè yāojī 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. 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. 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" 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. 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. 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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg(simplified Chinese: 机械妖姬; traditional Chinese: 機械妖姬; pinyin: Jīxiè Yāojī; lit.: 'Machinery Enchantress'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modification, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. Naomi Wu, also known as SexyCyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"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. 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. 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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg (simplified Chinese: 机械妖姬; traditional Chinese: 機械妖姬; pinyin: Jīxiè Yāojī; lit.: 'Machinery Enchantress'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modification, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women.
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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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"Machinery Enchantress"'),Traditional Chinese: 機械妖姬; pinyin: jīxiè yāojī 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. 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. 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. 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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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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg (simplified Chinese: 机械妖姬; traditional Chinese: 機械妖姬; pinyin: Jīxiè Yāojī; lit.: 'Machinery Enchantress'), is a Chinese DIY maker and internet personality. As an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism, open source hardware, and body modification, she attempts to challenge gender and tech stereotypes with a flamboyant public persona, using objectification of her appearance to inspire women. 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. Naomi Wu, also known as SexyCyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"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. 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. 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. Naomi Wu, also known as Sexy Cyborg and as "机械妖姬" (lit.: '"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. 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. 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.
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