Kitchen utensils with maggots and flies at a Shenzhen elementary school cafeteria

Kitchen utensils with maggots and flies at a Shenzhen elementary school cafeteria

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 22:54:00

According to mainland media, Minzhi Primary School in Longhua District, Shenzhen, was recently reluctant to become "well-known."

The school's Parent Committee representative conducted a surprise inspection of its catering kitchen and found the sanitary conditions too poor.

'Lifting lockdown' the wave of protests boom in Lanzhou; Concern about additives in Haiti soy sauce

'Lifting lockdown' the wave of protests boom in Lanzhou; Concern about additives in Haiti soy sauce

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 21:05:10

No views Oct 5, 2022 0:00 Protests in Lanzhou boom as authorities implement lockdown on national holiday
1:18 Controversial food safety issue: Haitian soy sauce for domestic and overseas differ in additives
2:40 Jinan: Baotu Spring water level is approaching 98 feet

India to launch $1.2 trillion mega-project to compete with China

India to launch $1.2 trillion mega-project to compete with China

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 20:45:32

28 views Oct 5, 2022 India is planning a mega project to help the country grab factories from China and compete with the world's second-largest economy.
Bloomberg reported that the new project is called PM Gati Shakti, or the strength of speed in Hindi. It is designed at 100 trillion rupee, or $1.2 trillion.

Lost his house, his future wife and child: True story behind China's real estate crisis

Lost his house, his future wife and child: True story behind China's real estate crisis

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 20:29:21

748 views Oct 5, 2022 Li, from Hunan, had just bought an apartment for his future family. His girlfriend was pregnant, and a wedding plan is on schedule.
By now, he should be married and a father. But the 34-year-old man doesn't have a wife, a child, or a home. What's left for him is a 20-year mortgage.

CCP created at least 120 slogans to support its ‘Zero-COVID’ policy

CCP created at least 120 slogans to support its ‘Zero-COVID’ policy

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 19:39:57

11 views Oct 5, 2022 The New York Times reported that since the COVID outbreak in China until now, the Chinese regime has created about 120 slogans.

These slogans attempt to make people unopposed to the "zero-COVID" policy of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Hong Kongers rally in UK on Chinese Communist Party day, ask to sever ties

Hong Kongers rally in UK on Chinese Communist Party day, ask to sever ties

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 19:12:32

10 views Oct 5, 2022 The 73rd anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party's founding was October 1. Hongkongers are now unable to protest due to the "Hong Kong National Security Law." However, Hong Kong people worldwide continue to show their will to demonstrate against the CCP.

Tragedies unfold under zero-COVID; Facing heavy deficit, China invents a way to squeeze the rich

Tragedies unfold under zero-COVID; Facing heavy deficit, China invents a way to squeeze the rich

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 18:34:37

136 views Oct 5, 2022 00:00 Highlights
00:30 ‘You can’t force me to go': several tragedies unfold under zero-COVID policy
02:51 Facing heavy deficit, China invents a way to squeeze the rich: Expert
06:44 China’s stocks valuation plummeted to records low amid struggling economy
09:02 6 Chinese banks ordered to offer $84 billion to fight real estate crisis; report
11:16 Blogger exposes ‘secret ingredients’ for favorite Chinese foods and gets censored

China’s economy takes further hit as Covid restrictions tightened during week-long holiday

China’s economy takes further hit as Covid restrictions tightened during week-long holiday

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 18:29:04

581 views Oct 5, 2022 For years, China National day, also known as the Golden Week, has been considered an excellent chance to boost the economy through tourism activities. The holiday was once one of the busiest seasons for business activities of the year for shops, hotels, travel agencies, and public transport providers.
But this year, things are different. As Covid lockdown and many negative signs of the economy, those days are history.

Rare! China issues simultaneous high temp & cold wave warnings

Rare! China issues simultaneous high temp & cold wave warnings

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 18:23:24

1,335 views Oct 5, 2022 China has continued its series of extreme weather. China's national weather service has sent out its first-ever simultaneous warnings about high temperatures and cold waves. According to the forecast, the highest temperature in some parts of southern China on Monday, October 3, was over 40 °C (104 °F). In contrast, in most of the central and eastern parts of the country, the temperature dropped down. In some places, it went down by more than 18 °C or over 32 °F.

Bus overturns in Shaanxi, 8 dead; Crows appear above Inner Mongolia hospital; Pigs burned alive

Bus overturns in Shaanxi, 8 dead; Crows appear above Inner Mongolia hospital; Pigs burned alive

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 15:58:12

8 dead, 21 injured in a car accident in Shaanxi

According to Chinese media, a serious car accident on October 1 on a highway in Shaanxi caused at least eight deaths and 21 injuries.

On October 2, the Yan’an Traffic Police in Shaanxi Province issued a notice saying that the accident happened at 2 p.m. on October 1. The bus driver, Hui Mubin, 51, from Yulin City, had 33 passengers on the bus. The bus got into an accident at Xiyang highway when it slid sideways and rolled over. The accident caused the death of eight people, and 21 were injured. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

China to face a less favorable situation in key markets

China to face a less favorable situation in key markets

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 15:40:50

As the world’s largest exporter, China’s growth depends less on its internal conditions than on events in the United States and Europe.

Weddings in China amid the pandemic: Jiangsu man has no choice but to marry via television

Weddings in China amid the pandemic: Jiangsu man has no choice but to marry via television

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 14:46:17

Wedding ceremonies are a public expression of the couple's marriage vows and the beginning of their marital union. Simply put, it's a memorable lifetime event, and it may happen once in a lifetime. Yet, there are still several unimaginable cases, as mentioned below.

Why did Ganzi Prefecture prison police torture this Tibetan to death?

Why did Ganzi Prefecture prison police torture this Tibetan to death?

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 13:47:57

According to the 'Tibet Times,' on September 27, a Tibetan man surnamed Ou Zhu Tsering provided food items to a local nursing home in Jiulong County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan province. On the way home, several local police officers arrested him. The cops in the local police station violently attacked and tortured him to death the next day.

Chinese cyberhacking group accelerates activities, targeting government & business entities globally

Chinese cyberhacking group accelerates activities, targeting government & business entities globally

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 13:04:25

According to CNN, a notorious Chinese hacking group indicted in 2020 has accelerated its hacking operations this year. The group aims at sensitive data from government and business entities in the U.S. and many other countries.

Mongolian expatriates protest at the Chinese Embassy in Paris against the assimilation policy

Mongolian expatriates protest at the Chinese Embassy in Paris against the assimilation policy

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 12:15:38

According to RFI media, more than 20 Mongolians living in Paris gathered in front of the CCP Embassy in Place Andre in Paris on October 1 to protest its policies of cultural extermination and oppression of ethnic minorities in Inner Mongolia.

China: getting old before it gets rich—population decline harms its economy

China: getting old before it gets rich—population decline harms its economy

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 11:44:59

Beijing has acknowledged that China's population will face negative growth by 2025 for the first time. An article from China's National Health Commission in August also said that more than 30 percent of the country's people will be older than 60 around 2035.

People rescued from sewer after street collapses and plunges them into smelly and filthy pit

People rescued from sewer after street collapses and plunges them into smelly and filthy pit

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 09:29:00

The term "tofu-dreg project" describes a poor building in Chinese words. Tofu-dreg projects in China have been a growing problem for many years.

China's A-shares lose $2 trillion in 3 quarters, benchmark index falls 17%

China's A-shares lose $2 trillion in 3 quarters, benchmark index falls 17%

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 09:20:51

China's stock market has been performing poorly in the first nine months of this year as its officials have been busy preparing for the Chinese Communist Party's 20th National Congress.

Chinese Gen Z women face disappointment when they find their ‘foreign degrees’ lacking

Chinese Gen Z women face disappointment when they find their ‘foreign degrees’ lacking

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 07:43:28

According to Statista, in the pandemic breakout period 2020-2021, China remained the most prominent country for international students enrolled in U.S. programs. The total of 317,299 made up 35% of the total number of international students studying in the U.S.

China's top 100 real estate firms' sales tumbled 45% in the first three quarters

China's top 100 real estate firms' sales tumbled 45% in the first three quarters

Spotlight on China 2022-10-04 06:11:22

According to Da Ji Yuan on October 3, China's property market entered its traditional peak sales season in September and October, also known as the "Golden Nine and Silver Ten." During this time, household consumption in the country tends to increase significantly.

  • Kitchen utensils with maggots and flies at a Shenzhen elementary school cafeteria

    Kitchen utensils with maggots and flies at a Shenzhen elementary school cafeteria

  • 'Lifting lockdown' the wave of protests boom in Lanzhou; Concern about additives in Haiti soy sauce

    'Lifting lockdown' the wave of protests boom in Lanzhou; Concern about additives in Haiti soy sauce

  • India to launch $1.2 trillion mega-project to compete with China

    India to launch $1.2 trillion mega-project to compete with China

  • Lost his house, his future wife and child: True story behind China's real estate crisis

    Lost his house, his future wife and child: True story behind China's real estate crisis

  • CCP created at least 120 slogans to support its ‘Zero-COVID’ policy

    CCP created at least 120 slogans to support its ‘Zero-COVID’ policy

  • Hong Kongers rally in UK on Chinese Communist Party day, ask to sever ties

    Hong Kongers rally in UK on Chinese Communist Party day, ask to sever ties

  • Tragedies unfold under zero-COVID; Facing heavy deficit, China invents a way to squeeze the rich

    Tragedies unfold under zero-COVID; Facing heavy deficit, China invents a way to squeeze the rich

  • China’s economy takes further hit as Covid restrictions tightened during week-long holiday

    China’s economy takes further hit as Covid restrictions tightened during week-long holiday

  • Rare! China issues simultaneous high temp & cold wave warnings

    Rare! China issues simultaneous high temp & cold wave warnings

  • Bus overturns in Shaanxi, 8 dead; Crows appear above Inner Mongolia hospital; Pigs burned alive

    Bus overturns in Shaanxi, 8 dead; Crows appear above Inner Mongolia hospital; Pigs burned alive

  • China to face a less favorable situation in key markets

    China to face a less favorable situation in key markets

  • Weddings in China amid the pandemic: Jiangsu man has no choice but to marry via television

    Weddings in China amid the pandemic: Jiangsu man has no choice but to marry via television

  • Why did Ganzi Prefecture prison police torture this Tibetan to death?

    Why did Ganzi Prefecture prison police torture this Tibetan to death?

  • Chinese cyberhacking group accelerates activities, targeting government & business entities globally

    Chinese cyberhacking group accelerates activities, targeting government & business entities globally

  • Mongolian expatriates protest at the Chinese Embassy in Paris against the assimilation policy

    Mongolian expatriates protest at the Chinese Embassy in Paris against the assimilation policy

  • China: getting old before it gets rich—population decline harms its economy

    China: getting old before it gets rich—population decline harms its economy

  • People rescued from sewer after street collapses and plunges them into smelly and filthy pit

    People rescued from sewer after street collapses and plunges them into smelly and filthy pit

  • China's A-shares lose $2 trillion in 3 quarters, benchmark index falls 17%

    China's A-shares lose $2 trillion in 3 quarters, benchmark index falls 17%

  • Chinese Gen Z women face disappointment when they find their ‘foreign degrees’ lacking

    Chinese Gen Z women face disappointment when they find their ‘foreign degrees’ lacking

  • China's top 100 real estate firms' sales tumbled 45% in the first three quarters

    China's top 100 real estate firms' sales tumbled 45% in the first three quarters

Want to cause trouble for Xi? Over 200,000 people go to Tiananmen Square

Want to cause trouble for Xi? Over 200,000 people go to Tiananmen Square

China Revealed 2022-10-04 18:40:02

911 views Oct 5, 2022 October 1 was Chinese National Day. Early that morning, more than 200,000 people flocked to Tiananmen Square to watch the “flag raising ceremony.” According to Sound Of Hope, netizens mocked: Doing this before the 20th National Congress, to create some kind of pandemic outbreak, is this not causing more trouble for Xi Jinping?

Former teacher: The more corrupt an official, the more trusted

Former teacher: The more corrupt an official, the more trusted

China Revealed 2022-10-04 16:10:31

On the eve of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the CCP government reorganized a group of senior police officials in its anti-corruption campaign. For example, from September 21 to 28, the Sun Lijun political gang was prosecuted and convicted. A person familiar with the CCP's police circles revealed that in fact the more CCP police officers corrupt, the more they are trusted by their superiors. As a result, some analysts argue that corruption is not the main reason why these senior officials fall from their horses.

Chinese regime ‘forces’ celebrities to spread propaganda against Taiwan

Chinese regime ‘forces’ celebrities to spread propaganda against Taiwan

China Revealed 2022-10-04 15:27:49

During the last few months, entertainment stars have become one of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) most powerful weapons to attack Taiwan and generate a collective sentiment against its independence.

The tension between the two nations has grown out of all proportion. Especially after the visit of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan and President Joe Biden’s public comments suggesting that his country is prepared to defend Taiwan “militarily.”

Outbreak! Tianjin builds a large number of quarantine points, desperate people cried by the roadside

Outbreak! Tianjin builds a large number of quarantine points, desperate people cried by the roadside

China Revealed 2022-10-04 15:24:00

The COVID-19 pandemic in Tianjin continues to spread, and the number of positive cases continues to increase. It is reported that a large number of temporary quarantine sites have been urgently built in Tianjin, and a large number of residents have been quarantined overnight. Authorities also sealed off many communities to limit people’s freedom to enter and exit. A woman was seen crying in despair at the side of the road in the middle of the night.

Since the end of September, Tianjin has recorded continuous positive cases locally.

The open wounds of the Cultural Revolution: Red Guards seek forgiveness

The open wounds of the Cultural Revolution: Red Guards seek forgiveness

China Revealed 2022-10-04 15:22:06

The open wounds of the Cultural Revolution: Red Guards seek forgiveness

The high-ranking Chinese leader who betrayed his country to rise to power

The high-ranking Chinese leader who betrayed his country to rise to power

China Revealed 2022-10-04 15:20:04

Among all the crimes attributed to the Chinese regime, some have been carefully hushed up or cleverly disguised, given the disproportionate implications that could eventually cause their demise.

Selling ‘leftover’ food in China is a hot trend, yet with a sad story behind

Selling ‘leftover’ food in China is a hot trend, yet with a sad story behind

China Revealed 2022-10-04 10:52:57

Recently, selling “leftover” food produced by various food factories in China has become popular online. Some businesses even chant the slogan “store by weight, don’t be cheap.” Many are also happy to enjoy the relatively cheap food. However, some netizens expressed concern about the quality of this food, also suggesting that its popularity shows that Chinese people are really running out of money. This is a manifestation of how the CCP’s “zero-COVID” policy is wearing on the economy and people’s lives.

Blogger exposes ‘black technology’ for making food in China

Blogger exposes ‘black technology’ for making food in China

China Revealed 2022-10-04 06:09:41

Recently, the famous blogger once again exposed the food safety problem in mainland China – the foods that people usually eat are “synthesized” from food additives. In just a short time, the number of followers of this blogger who specializes in this type of video has reached nearly 9 million. However, this blogger took the initiative to cancel his account under pressure from the customer service of the official Chinese media and video platform, which attracted the attention of netizens.

Expert: Issuing too much currency causes the yuan devaluated, inflation is imminent

Expert: Issuing too much currency causes the yuan devaluated, inflation is imminent

China Revealed 2022-10-04 01:52:16

After the domestic and foreign yuan rates fell below 7.25, the Central Bank of China took action to curb the depreciation of the yuan. It did recover to 7.10 on September 30. But to the world the yuan is depreciating. Yang Bin, a mainland economic scholar, said to The Epoch Times that the current Chinese economy is more pessimistic than in 2008. The over-issue of currency has led to a loss in the value of the yuan and inflation is coming.

‘Resist authoritarianism’: Human rights advocates rally in Taiwan on China’s National Day

‘Resist authoritarianism’: Human rights advocates rally in Taiwan on China’s National Day

China Revealed 2022-10-03 17:50:27

About 20 Taiwanese human rights organizations gathered at the Bank of China’s Taipei branch on September 30 to demonstrate against the abuses and authoritarianism of the Chinese regime on the occasion of China’s National Day.

Chinese elementary school students must wear masks to eat

Chinese elementary school students must wear masks to eat

China Revealed 2022-10-03 17:43:18

The Chinese Communist Party’s “zero-COVID” policy is causing more and more funny and sad stories. Some places even require people to wear masks when eating.

NTDTV reported on October 2 that, a video posted on the internet shows Chinese elementary school students eating lunch in class without taking off their masks. In the video, the elementary school students are sitting in a classroom using the same utensils to eat.

Except for a very small number of students, others wear masks to eat. Every time they take a bite, they move the mask, put food in their mouths and then replace the mask. Students wearing masks to eat shows that this is clearly the “initiative” of the school.

Beijing ‘scolded’ for order not to lock people in

Beijing ‘scolded’ for order not to lock people in

China Revealed 2022-10-03 13:21:25

Beijing ‘scolded’ for order not to lock people in

China: Property crisis could lead to regime collapse

China: Property crisis could lead to regime collapse

China Revealed 2022-10-03 05:18:21

The recent crisis in China’s real estate market has put the concerns about social instability and the risk of a liquidity crisis in the financial system in the CCP’s face. So how will the CCP solve or at least mitigate the situation? The solution seems to be to pour money into real estate acquisitions. But where will this money come from?

To answer this question, first of all, we need to know that China has two “mysterious” public debt-raising instruments that are not on the official books, namely local government financial vehicles (LGFV) and special local government bonds.

Facebook removes fake accounts created by the CCP to influence US politics

Facebook removes fake accounts created by the CCP to influence US politics

China Revealed 2022-10-02 15:32:32

Meta, the parent company of the popular social network Facebook issued a notice on Tuesday, September 27, announcing that it had removed “inauthentic” accounts based in China. They were intended to influence other users regarding U.S. policy issues.

According to the report the “influence operation” also appeared on other social networks such as Instagram and Twitter. All appeared to be aimed at interfering in the U.S. midterm elections in November.

The Chinese Communist Party revives old methods of Mao Zedong

The Chinese Communist Party revives old methods of Mao Zedong

China Revealed 2022-10-02 15:16:40

In the run-up to the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), to be held in Beijing on October 16, violence against citizens has been supported by the new Penal Code.The new law allows the impunity of the uniformed, the elimination of habeas corpus, expulsion from workplaces and schools, and the entry of China into a new era of red terror.

In June, a law came into force that obliged educational centers to hire police officers as vice chairmen. This measure cleared all doubts about totalitarian rule in China and gave shape to the new Maoist code.

China’s currency crisis: regime urges banks to sell dollars, buy yuan

China’s currency crisis: regime urges banks to sell dollars, buy yuan

China Revealed 2022-10-02 14:43:09

In view of the deep fall of the yuan, the People’s Bank of China has reportedly told the country’s main state-owned banks to prepare to get rid of their dollar holdings and exchange them for offshore yuan.

Official sources informed Reuters that the communist regime’s banking authorities have taken the decision as an emergency measure in the face of the crisis shaking the yuan, this being the latest effort to strengthen its currency.

Employment difficulty: Young Chinese have to pay to work

Employment difficulty: Young Chinese have to pay to work

China Revealed 2022-10-02 14:22:54

Official data shows that the unemployment rate for Chinese youth in July, especially those aged 16 to 24, hit 19.9%, the highest on record. Recently, there was a rumor that if you want to work at Hunan Television, you must pay a fee. In this regard, some netizens complained, “The company hiring free labor is not enough. They have to extort some money.”

'Coercion, bribery, and deception: Tactics allegedly used by CCP to dominate the world'

'Coercion, bribery, and deception: Tactics allegedly used by CCP to dominate the world'

China Revealed 2022-10-02 08:48:57

A recent report by a U.S. political research group presents a large network of Chinese Communist Party influence that is throughout the world, infiltrating government organizations and democratic institutions.

The Washington-based group was founded in 1983 and aims to strengthen civil society, political parties, and shore up democracy in weak regions. With profound changes occurring globally since the onset of the pandemic and a war raging in Europe, the Chinese Communist Party has been pushing forward on new fronts and taking advantage of the opportunities that have arisen.

The International Republican Institute set out to analyze the influence of the CCP and its tactics in 12 countries to see the impact on democracy and governance.

One of the most important points of the report is the continuing infiltration of democratic governments in countries where the CCP has the most influence.

Person searching ‘Liangjiahe dumplings’ on Baidu was ‘invited for tea’ by the police

Person searching ‘Liangjiahe dumplings’ on Baidu was ‘invited for tea’ by the police

China Revealed 2022-10-02 05:28:57

Some Chinese netizens were “invited for tea” by the police (come to the investigation station or warn them) after they searched for the image “Liangjiahe dumplings” on Baidu. Police said they were looking for “reactionary content.”

‘Even a worm will turn’: University students in Zhengzhou simultaneously protest

‘Even a worm will turn’: University students in Zhengzhou simultaneously protest

China Revealed 2022-10-02 05:22:56

On the evening of September 28, students from many universities in Zhengzhou, Henan province, China gathered to protest on campuses, chanting slogans and demanding the lockdown end. They questioned why teachers can come and go freely but students cannot? Does the virus only find students and not teachers?

  • Want to cause trouble for Xi? Over 200,000 people go to Tiananmen Square

    Want to cause trouble for Xi? Over 200,000 people go to Tiananmen Square

  • Former teacher: The more corrupt an official, the more trusted

    Former teacher: The more corrupt an official, the more trusted

  • Chinese regime ‘forces’ celebrities to spread propaganda against Taiwan

    Chinese regime ‘forces’ celebrities to spread propaganda against Taiwan

  • Outbreak! Tianjin builds a large number of quarantine points, desperate people cried by the roadside

    Outbreak! Tianjin builds a large number of quarantine points, desperate people cried by the roadside

  • The open wounds of the Cultural Revolution: Red Guards seek forgiveness

    The open wounds of the Cultural Revolution: Red Guards seek forgiveness

  • The high-ranking Chinese leader who betrayed his country to rise to power

    The high-ranking Chinese leader who betrayed his country to rise to power

  • Selling ‘leftover’ food in China is a hot trend, yet with a sad story behind

    Selling ‘leftover’ food in China is a hot trend, yet with a sad story behind

  • Blogger exposes ‘black technology’ for making food in China

    Blogger exposes ‘black technology’ for making food in China

  • Expert: Issuing too much currency causes the yuan devaluated, inflation is imminent

    Expert: Issuing too much currency causes the yuan devaluated, inflation is imminent

  • ‘Resist authoritarianism’: Human rights advocates rally in Taiwan on China’s National Day

    ‘Resist authoritarianism’: Human rights advocates rally in Taiwan on China’s National Day

  • Chinese elementary school students must wear masks to eat

    Chinese elementary school students must wear masks to eat

  • Beijing ‘scolded’ for order not to lock people in

    Beijing ‘scolded’ for order not to lock people in

  • China: Property crisis could lead to regime collapse

    China: Property crisis could lead to regime collapse

  • Facebook removes fake accounts created by the CCP to influence US politics

    Facebook removes fake accounts created by the CCP to influence US politics

  • The Chinese Communist Party revives old methods of Mao Zedong

    The Chinese Communist Party revives old methods of Mao Zedong

  • China’s currency crisis: regime urges banks to sell dollars, buy yuan

    China’s currency crisis: regime urges banks to sell dollars, buy yuan

  • Employment difficulty: Young Chinese have to pay to work

    Employment difficulty: Young Chinese have to pay to work

  • 'Coercion, bribery, and deception: Tactics allegedly used by CCP to dominate the world'

    'Coercion, bribery, and deception: Tactics allegedly used by CCP to dominate the world'

  • Person searching ‘Liangjiahe dumplings’ on Baidu was ‘invited for tea’ by the police

    Person searching ‘Liangjiahe dumplings’ on Baidu was ‘invited for tea’ by the police

  • ‘Even a worm will turn’: University students in Zhengzhou simultaneously protest

    ‘Even a worm will turn’: University students in Zhengzhou simultaneously protest

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