Recently, there have been many protests occurring in China, primarily due to blockade restrictions, ethnic assimilation, and a fire incident.

Protests against Beijing’s strict COVID-control measures erupted in Shanghai and Beijing this month, with demonstrators gathering for a candlelight vigil for victims allegedly killed in a fire caused by Xinjiang lockdowns.

The event then turned into a protest as Shanghai residents expressed their dissatisfaction with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). According to Chinese-language media outlet Xin Tang Ren, a large crowd of young people gathered on Shanghai’s Urumqi Road on November 26 to mourn the victims of the Urumqi fire. They were shouting, “Communist Party, step down!” “Xi Jinping, step down!” and “Freedom.”

Shanghai police blocked the road and prepared to arrest people. They also threatened to accuse protesters of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble.” Protesters chanted for the police to “serve the people!”

Not only adults but also students were involved in the protests.

Specifically, students from Nanjing Media Academy, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and many other universities also mourned the victims in Urumqi. According to updates from netizens on November 27, the number of universities on the list has increased to 103.

The protests have been intensifying recently. 

On October 1, more than 20 Paris-based Mongolians gathered in front of the Chinese Communist Party embassy in Place Andre in Paris  to protest against the Chinese Communist Party’s policy of cultural extermination and suppression of ethnic minorities in Inner Mongolia.

According to France 24, the CCP has been implementing its cultural assimilation policy in Mongolia since 2020. 

Protests were held at home and abroad, including in Guangzhou, Hebei, Shenzhen, Wuhan, and Heilongjiang.

Despite being unable to protest due to the Hong Kong National Security Law, Hong Kong citizens held various protests in Britain in October, demonstrating against the CCP. The emergence of the Mongols took place, and the Communist Party of China was founded on that day.

According to Chinese media outlet Da Ji Yuan, more than ten cities are hosting rallies to protest the Chinese government’s persecution of Tibetans, Uyghurs, and Hong Kong residents’ human rights. These include large cities such as London, Birmingham, Bristol, and Liverpool. The Hongkongers also condemned China’s infiltration of the United Kingdom and other countries.A rally was held outside Reading Town Hall, organized by the Hong Kong community group Reading UK Stand With Hong Kong. People were criticizing the Chinese government for infiltrating the UK . Many Hong Kong residents also pulled down the CCP flag to show their dissatisfaction with the Chinese communist regime.

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