The People’s Republic of China has never particularly been known for its free speech activism. As the information age has gained momentum, so have the restrictions of the Chinese government. Most recently, China blocked any Chinese search for terms related to Zencheng – a region that saw protests and riots in recent weeks.
The Zengcheng Riots
What’s been reported is that two migrant workers selling goods on the streets of Zengcheng had an altercation with security officers. The exact details are uncertain, but one of the migrants – who was pregnant – collapsed to the ground. At that point, riots began, and a large crowd gathered and fought against the police.
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