Four people give their take on the protests against China’s zero-Covid policy
Protests against China’s zero-Covid policy have continued in cities including Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu. The protests are a remarkable expression of defiance in a country where this type of public dissent is rare. They often feature people holding up blank sheets of paper, symbolising censorship.
Four people in various Chinese cities spoke to the Guardian on condition of anonymity to share their views on the protests.
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