You'll see young women coding, soldering and selling all sorts of technology in the tech markets of Mainland China, this is very different to the traditionally male dominated tech industry in the west. That isn't to say that women are not in the minority here, but they're a big part of the technology game, especially in China's silicon valley of hardware, Shenzhen. I meet up and speak to the most famous female Maker and Coder Naomi "SexyCyborg" Wu and we go for an adventure around China's biggest technology market. Come and join us to find out how women are holding up half the sky in the Chinese technology sector.
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666 (liu liu liu) in Chinese slang means "Awesome" or skilled why can't anyone read? I literally put that in the video within the first minute lol. For those of you interested in the book, you can get it at adafruit: https://www.adafruit.com/product/3189
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/666_(number) In China the number is considered to be lucky and is often displayed in shop windows and neon signs. In China, 666 can mean "everything goes smoothly".
Next time put the comment on the 666 across the focal point not in the corner the father point from where I was looking at the time. I was looking at her not sure what part of her but her hen the comment pops up. If it was not for the bell and the fact I read CC on videos all the time I would have missed it. She is rather attractive, so really distracting for most of us single men.
that was kinda cute. the way that girl was promoting her business in english. when she said "if you want 3d service you can contact to me" it was just cute the way she said it and how she said it. u can tell she is new and just learning english, if for some reason you see this post i want to say keep up the good work!
Hi serpentza, why don't you make a vedio about the fruits and vegetables in China?
There are some special things like Yangmei lyechee and Renshen fruit.
I think that might be an interesting topic for your followers.
One last thought.. from the start, it looked like a floozie imposing terms.. sorry to say.. and my Chinese friends will forgive me.. a lot of play-sex and appeal, with nothing.. that jean.. coverring an .. imagined pussy? .. so saad...
Mate... regrettably I failed... and skipped this after the 3D printing part. I know.. men are week... seriously.. you can't just walk half naked promoting anything serious.. and ask for coin while you('re) can't (cunt) even deliver! It"s like digging in rhe shara ffs...
Seems there is problem with her youtube channel now due to blow back from a Vice article she did. Legally they have preventing her posting new videos and she has not income from patreon. Is sad/. So much for promoting women in tech.
Serpentza thanks for this very interesting video because I just like yesterday ordered some electronics stuff from Shenzen. Arduino is very intersting topic. Thanks for for showing us around and Naomi for showing us "Hooters". 😂👍👍
Both of you are awesome! She's more than sexy, and you're not just a ................................ umm............................. Youtube face. Ha ha ha ha! Seriously, humility and intelligence levels are off the charts for you two. Thank you so much.
At 4:08, those goddamn desperate ass, pervy ass dudes followed all the way to the escalator just to continue checking out Naomi. They were actually following you guys for a while too... Holy shit, the desperation.
This girl smelled like a scam to me. I followed up and sure enough.. this girl is part of a scam trying to paint herself as a maker when she is the front for other tech guys in Shenzhen.. a clear case in point is the Sino:bit that she claims to create when all the engineering and work has been done by a local company. In fact.. the whole Sino:bit is a knock off of micro:bit.. lol can't Chinese ever have some creativity beyond a sex mascot to fish out foreigners to donate to the patreon and get YT monitezation and get companies to send equipment to them. Get this: she has doxxed a Vox journalist for devoting a naive piece on her, similar to this video here.. not only this but she seems to get people hacked online if they push criticism of around her. I would stay clear of this little "mafia ring."
I'm 30 minutes from Akihabara and I gotta admit it seems smaller than this tech market. The good thing is lots of the shops are closer together so easy to find the ones you want in a day. Easy for me to locate the vintage Japanese PC shops etc. Hope to head to China and check this one out.
Thanks for the wonderful video with Naomi. I've been to that 3D Printing Store! She's had to fight against a lot of BS lately regarding misrepresentation by western media. Watching this video I'm not sure how anyone could perceive her as not being incredibly knowledgeable in the maker scene... unless they perhaps find her knowledge to be above theirs and they don't like that!
Been a Naomi fan for a long time. Found her through a 3d printer or arduino video (I think). She's a cute kid, great personality, very grounded, and smart. Cool that you got to hang out with and interview her :)
Sadly SJW’s in America have doxxed this lady and got her patreon shut down. They want to cut off all sources of her income because she complained about being doxxed and VICE violating their agreement in the interview.
Check her Twitter she is going through a tough time right now thanks to VICE
Be warned if VICE wants to interview you
What I have noticed about the We Chat app, which is the main form of communicating, is that it's used to consume precious time of expatriates like myself. Meaning I am a free English teacher and a Chinese national can practice their writing skills. I have deleted women on We Chat faster than I can develop a five minute written conversation. (Edit) I fail in understanding why most Asians assume all L1 speakers of English are free conversational tools.
Do many realise some people like myself have spent years at University, undertaking post graduate studies in education? In Australia, an hourly rate of teaching can fetch up to sixty AUS. It's approximately fifty four US dollars. I studied very hard at
pre-service to qualify. Teaching English is pedagogy too, not just dictating a statement and expect a learner to mimic without articulation errors. Duh!