Protests against China President Xi Jinping and his government’s “zero-COVID” policy have rocked China over the past few weeks. Rare protests erupted that began with calls for an easing of COVID-19 restrictions but morphed into attacks on the Communist Party and even on Xi personally. It was the largest show of public defiance in China since the 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square. Beijing had finally pushed its citizens too far.
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