The Great Translation Movement continues to cause waves in the online
political world, but it's important to make certain things clear about the implications of such an event.
On one hand, exposing the pro-war rallies of
propagandists seems like a righteous cause, but doing so can lead people to generalize about the Chinese population.
On the other, it makes it abundantly clear not only that the Chinese media is highlighting one opinion, is that it is not allowing the other to even have a place (pro-Ukraine sentiments are meticulously removed from Weibo, WeChat, and most other Chinese-run social media platforms).
In the West, Chinese-state-affiliated accounts are able to express their pro-Russian views freely, but within China, the state has definitely favored their relationship with Russia.
This is a delicate subject, as by attacking propaganda one falls into the habit of expressing their own.