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Jiangsu: Where did all the armored vehicles go?

Trending 11/30/22, 13:56

People in China are dissatisfied with excessive pandemic measures, and protests have broken out in many cities since November 26. Hong Kong media reported that a large number of white anti-riot vehicles appeared on the streets of Shanghai on November 27. It was also reported that many armored vehicles appeared ...

Chinese people publicly apologize and thank Hong Kong

Social problem 11/30/22, 13:41

The "white paper revolution" has started in China. For the fourth day, many Chinese people have been suppressed by the police. Horrifying images have been spread on the internet. The world has also stood up to defend freedom and human rights. Some Chinese netizens said that they regretted not ...

Shanghai protests: BBC reporter arrested and beaten by police

Media 11/29/22, 15:02

On November 27, people in Shanghai gathered near Wulumuqi street to protest the lockdown. BBC reporter Ed Lawrence was pinned to the ground by police and taken away while on duty. He was detained for a few hours before being released. During the detention, he was treated badly by the ...

Calls for taking over government in Shanghai and joining Taiwan

Social problem 11/29/22, 13:16

The Chinese Communist Party's extreme COVID measures have made the Chinese people extremely dissatisfied. Since people in Shanghai launched a protest on Wulumuqi Road on November 26, protests have also broken out in various parts of China, causing the outside world to be very concerned. On November 27, a forwarded message ...

Cruel! Zhengzhou transports 870 people to Xuzhou, then abandons them

Trending 11/28/22, 14:39

The number of cases in Zhengzhou city, Henan province, China continues to climb. According to the Henan CDC, Zhengzhou city launched a so-called offensive war lasting 5 days from midnight on November 24 to midnight on November 29, to achieve "zero-COVID." Some netizens have published photos and documents on Weibo, suspecting that ...

China surpasses the US as largest sponsor of FIFA World Cup

Trending 11/27/22, 15:15

Despite not having qualified for the tournament, the Chinese Communist Party appears to be spending unprecedented amounts on various sports stars and their teams. The regime is also running major advertising campaigns in Qatar.  According to the consulting firm Investment Monitor, investments by China-based corporations have surpassed those by the U.S. ...

A man protesting pandemic rules was rescued from police

Trending 11/27/22, 14:57

On November 24, it was reported that a man in Chongqing gave a public speech at the gate of a residence saying, "There is only one disease in the world called 'no freedom and poverty,' and now we all have it." Faced with a minor flu, "the city government has ...

Xinjiang: An official claims he can change health codes

Trending 11/27/22, 14:26

Recently, a commune secretary in Shihezi city, Xinjiang said, "You will test ‘positive’ or ‘negative’ if I say so," which has attracted public attention and discussion. According to Vision Times, residents in a specific area of Shihezi city did not pay the going rate of 4 yuan/1 kg (56 cent kilo) ...

CCTV blurs the images of fans at the World Cup

Trending 11/27/22, 13:53

The 2022 World Cup is one of the largest sporting events since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. And with no limit on the number of spectators, 1.2 million fans have flocked to Qatar. They are not required to wear masks during the tournament, which has sparked heated discussions among ...

Guangdong: People crowded to take PCR test causing a stampede

Disasters 11/26/22, 14:33

The pandemic in Guangdong Province, China continued to spread, and the health codes of residents in Leliu town, Shunde district, Foshan city suddenly turned red overnight. In the pouring rain people gathered at a nucleic acid test site, resulting in a large number of people and some were knocked over ...