- On May 19, the video shows cars parked on the roadside in Shanghai that hadn’t been driven for months after the lockdown was implemented.
- May 17, Shangqiu, Henan Province. People returning to their hometowns from other place “enjoyed” the blockade quarantine treatment imposed by the local government leaders personally.
- On May 20, a 64-year-old resident of Shanghai jumped off a building after stabbing a community management cadre with a fruit knife over a Community Pass issue. The CCP police habitually claims that the man is suffering from “depression”.
- On May 20, Guigang, Guangxi, a trader clashed with city management officials over the so-called Jeeves, chasing and stabbing the officials with a knife in the street, resulting in one person having a large gash cut out of his back, and the suspect has now been arrested.
- On May 18, a serious leakage and piping occurred at Jinsha Lake Station on Hangzhou Subway Line 1 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, but the CCP officials said the accident was caused by the backflow of water from the nearby lake.
- May 17, Shanghai: The CCP regime is increasingly controlling speech in Communist China. This is well illustrated by this college student’s interview at the station about how he was able to grab a train ticket to leave Shanghai.
- On May 20, Shanghai, the CCP regime used the pandemic as an excuse to implement lockdowns in many parts of the country, resulting in the migrant worker in Shanghai not being able to go home to pay their respects even after the death of their family member, but to mourn through the cell phone screen.
- On May 19, Shanghai, under the ground of controlling the pandemic, the local CCP government forbade normal market trading in the city, and the people who lacked supplies had to buy daily necessities secretly.
- May 19, Guangzhou, Guangdong. Xianhezhuang hot pot restaurant expanded 800 franchises in two years, and was questioned by investors for “cutting leeks” (swindle). Franchisees collectively protested in front of the stores to defend their rights.
Edited by：【Himalaya London Club UK】