Protests erupt in Xi Jinping’s alma mater Tsinghua University

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Published: November 27,2022 06:06 PM
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In defiance of china’s zero-Covid policy hundreds of students on Sunday protested at President Xi-Jinping’s Alma mater Tsinghua University

November 28, 2022: In defiance of china’s zero-Covid policy hundreds of students on Sunday protested at President Xi-Jinping’s Alma mater Tsinghua University.



Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Shanghai, where people were being bundled into police cars. Students have also demonstrated at universities in Beijing and Nanjing.



Hundreds of student from Beijing’s Tsinghua University rallied at their campus on Sunday.



Meanwhile, hundreds of people gathered in downtown Shanghai on Sunday afternoon to hold what appeared to be a silent protest near where a demonstration against China’s zero-Covid policy erupted in the early hours.



Protests in China against heavy Covid-19 curbs spread to Shanghai on Sunday, with demonstrators also gathering at one of Beijing’s most prestigious universities after a deadly fire in the country’s far west sparked widespread anger.