The icon for WeChat, the multi-purpose social media app that is ubiquitous in mainland China. Photo: Shutterstock
The icon for WeChat, the multi-purpose social media app that is ubiquitous in mainland China. Photo: Shutterstock
Yue Parkinson
Opinion

Opinion

Yue Parkinson

Finding the courage to criticise Covid-19 injustice in China

  • Amid China’s pandemic turmoil in 2022, many turned to platforms like WeChat to vent their frustration
  • As a Chinese living in the UK, I feel fortunate, and guilty, to have the freedom to speak out, relatively untouched by the strict censorship

The icon for WeChat, the multi-purpose social media app that is ubiquitous in mainland China. Photo: Shutterstock
The icon for WeChat, the multi-purpose social media app that is ubiquitous in mainland China. Photo: Shutterstock
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