Protests Against CCP’s Zero Covid Spread Overseas

On November 28th, multiple global media reported that the protests against Zero-Covid policy now have spread to at least a dozen cities around the world. Chinese students and foreign nationals held candlelight vigils for victims who died in a fire in Urumqi and protested against Xi Jinping’s zero Covid strategy in places including London, Paris, Tokyo, and Sydney. In most areas, a few dozen people attended the protests, but a few demonstrations drew hundreds. Some overseas protesters said it was now their turn to bear the burden for their families and friends. Outside the Centre Pompidou in Paris, protesters brought flowers and lit candles for the victims in the Urumqi fire. In Berlin, 80 to 100 people attended a candlelight vigil to mourn the victims from Urumqi on November 26 at 6 pm local time, and that was before the outbreak of the protests in Communist China. After street protests erupted across Communist China, another demonstration was organized in Frankfurt on the 27th. Candlelight vigils were held in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Italy, France and other European countries, as well as in the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea and Australia. In Taiwan, almost 100 people, including Taiwanese, Chinese, HongKongers, and other nationals, came to a rally in support of the protest at Taipei’s Liberty Square on the evening of November 27.

According to the latest news, nearly 1,000 Chinese students showed up at Columbia University in New York on the night of November 28 to continue the protest.

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