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Chinese angry protests do not go unnoticed in Taiwan


REPORT – In Formosa, some want to believe that the Chinese revolt against the drastic measures of the zero-Covid policy is unprecedented since the Tiananmen revolution in 1989.

In Taipei

It is not common to hear the International sung within the social movements of the Taiwanese capital.

Rather than a political message, on an island where communist ideology has never taken hold, it can be seen as a sign of support for the Chinese people.

Sunday, November 27, as groups of angry citizens erupted across China, a hundred Taiwanese gathered in Freedom Square, Taipei, wanted to show their solidarity with the demonstrators on the other side of the strait.

The rally, announced only in the middle of the afternoon, did not attract crowds, but it was very symbolic.

Some messages in simplified Chinese characters, typical of the mainland (Taiwan and Hong Kong maintain the traditional system), were scattered around a sign in tribute to the victims of the Urumqi fire.

“I want to eat, I don't want Covid tests!”


“Give me freedom or give me death!”


“To arms, citizens!”...

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Source: lefigaro

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