Discontent has spread on Chinese social media since Shanghai began its lockdown in late March. Now, it is moving to the real world.
The dramatic drop in cases has allowed more than half of the city’s 25 million residents to leave their homes — and many are venting heavy frustrations in a month of isolation with inadequate conditions. food through public disobedience.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/shanghai-residents-protest-lockdown-with-marches-smashed-vegetables-and-art-projects-11651483851 Shanghai Residents Protest Lockdown With Marches, Smashed Vegetables and Art Projects