Election workers count votes in Wukan village, in south China’s Guangdong province on February 11, 2012, The residents were allowed to directly elect their administrators, after staging protests over local corruption. Photo: Xinhua

Five years since landmark protests, Chinese village stirs again

Residents of Wukan, who challenged the government over illegal land grabs and won, say the same abuses are continuing, and they are getting ready to fight again

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Election workers count votes in Wukan village, in south China’s Guangdong province on February 11, 2012, The residents were allowed to directly elect their administrators, after staging protests over local corruption. Photo: Xinhua
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