November 11, 2023 This year, a phenomenal Halloween party occurred in the streets of Shanghai, of all places. It interests us because it offers a unique window to observe the young people in China. The themes are eclectic, some political and social. The fact that such a crowd was able to amass is extraordinary, given the Chinese authorities’ perennial fear of unscripted, spontaneous assembly. China Change has edited this 9-minute montage with comment. Related: Young and Furiously Laughing in China, Yaxue Cao, May 28, 2023. Shanghai Spring, a record of the Shanghai lockdown, May 11, 2022. 1. Food / 食物 1:09 – 8:12 2. Resist Incessant Testing / 抵制核酸检测 8:12 – 9:45 3. Oppose Hard Lockup / 反对硬隔离 9:45 – 15:27 4. The Collapse of Residential Committees / 居委会面临崩溃 15:27 – 33:09 5. Mass Quarantine / 方舱 33:09 – 49:32 […]Full Transcript »
Sui Muqing, a human rights lawyer in China, reflects on his experiences in legal rights defense as the Chinese Communist Party undertakes a campaign of suppression of those like him.Full Transcript »
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