Chinese people who have come against the government of Xi Jinping white paper why?
A white paper was seen in the hands of people who gathered against the government in Shanghai on Sunday. Then the people protesting in Beijing also had paper in their hands.
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This day in China Xi Jinping There is widespread anger among the people against the government. People are opposing the corona lockdown imposed by the government. People have been protesting on the streets of many cities including Beijing and Shanghai for the past few days. An object is seen in their hands white paper, these people are opposing the government with this white paper in hand. But seeing this, the question arises in people’s minds, why did this happen? So the reason behind this is related to Hong Kong.
A white paper was seen in the hands of people who gathered against the government in Shanghai on Sunday. Then the people protesting in Beijing also had paper in their hands. In addition, white paper was seen in the hands of common people in some other places. The reason behind this lies in the Hong Kong protests of 2020. At that time the people there protested against the new security law brought by the government. At that time, the administration prohibited writing any kind of slogans on the placards in the hands of the people. In this situation, ordinary people were protesting with white paper.
‘Everybody knows what we mean’
Now these Chinese protestors are saying that we all know what we want to say without writing anything on paper. A Chinese protester said, “This paper has become the voice of our people.” Conditions are white papers and blank sheets of paper are also being searched a lot on social media. The condition is that M&G, a Shanghai paper maker, is forced to make a statement that it has not stopped making A4 size paper. It is not that there is no protest against the white paper agitators. In fact, such an incident has been seen recently. An angry man was seen snatching a white paper from a protester at the Communication University in Nanjing, China.
Protests started after the death of 10 people
Protests erupted in major Chinese cities after a massive fire killed at least 10 people in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang region, with angry people questioning whether firefighters were trying to save lives. People are closed due to covid restrictions. Protesters, angered by the draconian ban, have called for the resignation of Chinese President Xi Jinping. It is being called the biggest show of public discontent in decades. (also from input language)