[China] Students Protest after ‘freedom of thought’ cut

Author: GM09

Dec 18, six days after the Chinese Communist Party forcefully deleted ‘freedom of thought’ and ‘independence of research’ from the charters of Fudan University, the students burst into dissatisfaction and sang the school song in the school cafeteria. After that, there was a chatting log exposed, saying that Fudan University is enabling the face-recognition system to find out and threaten those who participated in the theme-song protest.

At the same time, the Chines Communist Party blocks all related information online. The totalitarian regime suspended QQ accounts and made social media posts unavailable.

Source: GNews-CN

Editor: GM09

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