Chart Users Most Replied (Jan – June 2020)

Categories
– Own Accounts: accounts of the Chinese Diplomatic representatives in LAC.
General public: accounts of the general population in LAC.
– LAC Media: accounts of the international media, including tv, press, radio, and journalists.
– LAC Government Entities: accounts of LAC presidents, prime ministers, ministers, members of parliament, and other government officials and entities. 
– Chinese Media: multilingual accounts of Chinese official media. 
– Foreign Governments: accounts of governments and officials outside of LAC.
– Influencers: accounts of global and LAC public figures (writers, musicians, politicians, entrepreneurs).
– Chinese Government: accounts of entities and officials of the Chinese government. 
– Foreign Media: accounts of media outlets outside LAC. 
– Multilateral Organizations: multilingual official accounts of international agencies, such as the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO)

Chart Hashtags (Jan – June 2020)

Categories:
– COVID-19: direct mention to SARS Covid-19. The  following hashtags were used: #COVID, #Covid-19, #Coronavirus; #Covid, #COVID-19, #Pandemia
– China: China’s handling of the pandemic. The following hastags were used: #China, #Wuhan, #Hubei
– Solidarity: Call for unity and solidarity among countries in the fight against the pandemic. Various purposes: generation of support and trust towards China; counteract the effect of accusations about the origin of the virus, highlight China’s international cooperation in the fight against the pandemic. The following hashtags were used: #chinayuda, #Solidaridad, #Unidoscontraelvirus, #Handinhandwestand, #lasaludnosune, #togetherwecan, #vivalaamistad, #juntosvenceremos, #solidarityandcooperation, #estamosjuntosenesto, #unidosvenceremos
– Bilateral Cooperation: support and cooperation (tangible and intangible assets) with the host countries of the diplomatic representatives. The following hashtags were used:  #fuerza (name of the country), #(country), #quedateencasa.
– Information veracity: emphasis on countering the spread of information regarding the virus’ origin, that the virus was created at a Chinese lab, China’s poor management in containing the virus, among other topics related to covid-19 perceived as harmful to China’s international image. The following hashtags were used: #info, #Importante, #debessaber, #realitycheck, #laverdad, #verdaderofalso
– Chinese Government: content concerning the Chinese government. The following hashtags were used: #Xijinping, #twosessions, #dossesionesy #whitepaper.
– Promotion of China: promotion of China’s culture and tourism. The following hashtags were used: #splendidchina, #añonuevochino, #kungfu, #artechino, #patrimoniocultural, #patrimoniohistorico, #visitchinaonline.
– USA: the US Government’s criticisms regarding China’s handling of the pandemic. The following hashtags were used:#EEUU y #eeuu, #inmoralidad, #racismo.
– World Health Organization: Support and cooperation with the WHO. Defensive standpoint against US attacks to this organization. The following hashtags were used: #OMS and #WHO. 
– Technological Advances / 5G: mention of China´s technological advances. Cooperation with LAC countries regarding Chinese technology. The following hashtags were used: #tecnologia, #5G.

Chart Users most mentioned (Jan – June 2020)

Categories
– LAC Government Entities: accounts of LAC presidents, prime ministers, ministers, members of parliament, and other government officials and entities. 
– General public: accounts of the general population in LAC.
– Chinese Government: accounts of entities and officials of the Chinese government. 
– LAC Media: accounts of the international media, including tv, press, radio, and journalists.
– Foreign Governments: accounts of governments and officials outside of LAC.
– Multilateral Organizations: multilingual official accounts of international agencies, such as the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO)
– Chinese Media: multilingual accounts of Chinese official media. 
– Influencers: accounts of global and LAC public figures (writers, musicians, politicians, entrepreneurs).
– Foreign Media: accounts of media outlets outside LAC. 
– Chinese Companies: accounts of chinese companies, public and private.