Naomi Wu — the “SexyCyborg” of China’s tech hub Shenzhen — has created a head-turning corset that illuminates her breasts with flashing red light.
In one of her latest YouTube videos, the tech and DIY enthusiast shows how she developed the outfit, which uses a special flashlight connected to two fiber-optic cables.
While much has been said about the ongoing controversy between Naomi Wu and media company Vice, there are still several questions surrounding the issue that remain.
Earlier this year, Wu welcomed the publication’s reporter and her crew for three days in Shenzhen, China, allowing for an interview and an immersive look into the tech builder’s workplace and environment.
Student Engineers Who Gave Only Woman in The Class Lipstick for Women’s Day Blasted for Alleged Sexism
Recently, the male students from an engineering class at Guangzhou University made news for gifting their only female classmate a set of expensive MAC lipsticks for women’s day.
While many netizens applauded this move a kind and considerate gesture, others accused the men of sexism, claiming the gift was misogynistic.
Earlier this month, Dale Dougherty, CEO of DIY magazine Maker, accused Naomi Wu, a female tech icon in China, for being a fake person.
Wu, 23, who’s also known online as “SexyCyborg“, has built quite a following online for her tech-focused videos on YouTube that show off some of the cool gadgets she’s made herself.
Naomi Wu, 23, is known in China’s tech world as “SexyCyborg,” and has become the target of ill-informed misogynists far from her city as she pushes for inclusivity in the community.
Among Wu’s attackers is Dale Dougherty, CEO of DIY magazine Maker, who questioned her authenticity in a now-deleted tweet: