Hundreds at Harvard, NYC, Chicago protest China's actions

11/30/2022 10:01:00 AM

Hundreds at Harvard, NYC, Chicago protest China's actions

Hundreds at Harvard, NYC, Chicago protest China's actions

Hundreds of people have gathered at Harvard University and near Chinese consulates in New York and Chicago to support protesters who have called for that country’s leader to step down amid severe anti-virus restrictions in the biggest demonstrations against the government in Beijing in decades.

1 / 15 Copyright 2022 The Associated Press.By November 29, 2022 at 9:02 pm EST Expand US China Protests Protesters gather near the Chinese consulate to stand in solidarity with their counterparts around the world demonstrating against China's severe anti-virus restrictions, Tuesday, Nov.The casino would be at the Medinah Temple at 600 North Wabash Ave.spent a good chunk of the summer with Apple and her son, Moses.

All rights reserved.Protesters gather near the Chinese consulate to stand in solidarity with their counterparts around the world demonstrating against China's severe anti-virus restrictions, Tuesday, Nov.Protests in China, which were the largest and most wide spread in the nation in decades, included calls for Communist Party leader Xi Jinping to step down.29, 2022, in New York.Protests in China, which were the largest and most wide spread in the nation in decades, included calls for Communist Party leader Xi Jinping to step down.— (AP) — Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday at Harvard University and near Chinese consulates in New York and Chicago to support protesters who have called for that country's leader to step down amid severe anti-virus restrictions in the biggest demonstrations against the government in Beijing in decades.(AP Photo/John Minchillo) CAMBRIDGE, Mass.“That’s what inspired my version of a latke pie—I do love an OG latke, but the pie is much easier and it’s all ready and crispy at the same time.

– Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday at Harvard University and near Chinese consulates in New York and Chicago to support protesters who have called for that country's leader to step down amid severe anti-virus restrictions in the biggest demonstrations against the government in Beijing in decades.Many who had gathered at the statue of university namesake John Harvard wore masks — not because of COVID-19 but concerned that if they are recognized by Chinese authorities, their families back home would face repercussions.About 50 protesters, mostly students at the elite Ivy League school, sang songs in both Chinese and English and chanted slogans in both languages, including, “We are not slaves, we are citizens!” “We don’t want dictatorships, we want elections!” and “Step down, Xi Jinping,” a reference to China’s president.Many who had gathered at the statue of university namesake John Harvard wore masks — not because of COVID-19 but concerned that if they are recognized by Chinese authorities, their families back home would face repercussions.In New York, about 400 people gathered across the street from the consulate, holding signs saying “Citizen Dignity Freedom” and “Free China.Relatives could face harassment or even lose a job, said Wayne, a Harvard graduate student from China participating in the demonstration who did not want his full name used out of concern for relatives at home.In New York, about 400 people gathered across the street from the consulate, holding signs saying “Citizen Dignity Freedom” and “Free China.Some chanted: “We don’t want PCR tests, we want food!” and “We don’t want a dictator, we want votes!” Protesters brought flowers, lit candles, and blocked their faces with signs, masks and with blank sheets of paper, which Chinese protesters have used as a symbol of defiance of government censorship.

” In Chicago, about 200 demonstrators gathered in front of the Chinese consulate.Some chanted: “We don’t want PCR tests, we want food!” and “We don’t want a dictator, we want votes!” Protesters brought flowers, lit candles, and blocked their faces with signs, masks and with blank sheets of paper, which Chinese protesters have used as a symbol of defiance of government censorship.She asked to be identified only as a performance artist because her parents are members of the Chinese Communist Party and she has concerns they could face arrest if she was identified.“I came because I want to do everything I can to help my people,” said a 21-year-old dressed in a hazmat suit, a reference to the suits worn by people who administer mandatory COVID-19 tests in China.She asked to be identified only as a performance artist because her parents are members of the Chinese Communist Party and she has concerns they could face arrest if she was identified.Chinese authorities' restrictive".“They would be very worried” if they knew she was protesting, she said.

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Hundreds at Harvard, NYC, Chicago protest China's actionsHundreds of people have gathered at Harvard University and near Chinese consulates in New York and Chicago to support protesters who have called for that country’s leader to step down amid severe anti-virus restrictions in the biggest demonstrations against the government in Beijing in decades

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