People in China are dissatisfied with excessive pandemic measures, and protests have broken out in many cities since November 26. Hong Kong media reported that a large number of white anti-riot vehicles appeared on the streets of Shanghai on November 27. It was also reported that many armored vehicles appeared in Xuzhou city, Jiangsu province on November 28, sparking many public discussions.
Some people believe that the vehicles in Xuzhou were sent to Nanjing or Shanghai, but others think it was just ordinary training.
On the morning of November 29, some netizens posted articles saying that there were many military vehicles moving on the streets of Xuzhou, and they didn’t know which direction those vehicles were going.
A video posted by a media channel called Anderson, shows a lot of armored vehicles.
Someone said that “there is no need to make a fuss,” and Xuzhou is not under lockdown. Another said, “These armored vehicles are just ordinary means of transportation”.
However, there are also many people who consider the situation to be unusual, saying that for whatever reason, at this time, it is easy to think of them as military vehicles on the street.
Some reports show images of anti-lockdown and people getting arrested for protesting and continue to circulate on social media. Among them, people from the Lijiao Arch in Guangzhou city, Guangdong province gathered on the streets at 11 p.m. on November 28 to demand the lockdown end, and even toppled nucleic acid testing counters. People in Jianxi District, Luoyang City, Henan Province (Henan) also took to the streets; Some protesters in Shanghai claimed foreign reporters had been beaten by the police, and that most of those arrested were women. Recently, many video game players discovered that a large number of anti-Chinese government slogans such as “Be free or die” appeared in some video games, causing lively discussions.