China Protests

Economic turmoil and increasing unrest are weakening the nation.

The Chinese Communist Party is currently facing the strongest protests against it since those that led to the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989.

The anger is largely over the Chinese government’s covid-19 rules. Since the early days of the pandemic, General Secretary Xi Jinping has taken a remarkably strict stance against the virus. His policy, called Zero-covid, aims to isolate every single infected individual and keep them quarantined from the rest of the population—by force if necessary.

Read more at “China’s Rulers Face Strongest Protests in a Generation”

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