Protests in China


Reilly Forsyth, Writer

Recently, there have been protests in China over the COVID-19 lockdowns. According to, “Workers and residents resisting a Covid lockdown in an industrial district tore down barricades and threw bottles at riot police, as a top official in Beijing was ordering a crackdown on “sabotage activities by hostile forces.””

A recent interview by a sophomore said, “I support that they are finally resisting but it is really dangerous to do that. I think that the Chinese government needs to chill out because the measures are really extreme.


Protests to this scale in China is not common. A memorable one is known as the Tibetan Uprising in 1989 according to The reason for the recent protests is due to the “zero covid policy” according to


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