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One year after protests shook China, participants ponder the meaning of the brief flare of defiance

  • China experienced a wave of protests against COVID-19 measures and government authoritarianism, with participants facing ongoing harassment from authorities.
  • These protests marked the first street demonstration for many young people in China and were met with swift government suppression.
  • Exiled activist Li Houchen wrote a book to expose state censorship and document the events of the protests, emphasizing the suppression of collective memory in China.
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