All kinds of protest slogans appear on the streets of Shanghai

All kinds of protest slogans appear on the streets of Shanghai Sun Chunlan inspects the century-old Menghua Street from high altitude  There was a sudden silent protest on the streets of Shanghai. On Sunday night, someone hung up signs in the city with slogans such as "List of the Dead", "People are dying" and "This content cannot be viewed due to violations." On a silent street, the slogans are shocking. In addition, CCTV news broadcast Sun Chunlan's arrival in Shanghai to inspect Menghua Street, a century-old street, and it was revealed that the filming was taken on the roof of a state-owned enterprise building.  Shanghai residents seem to have lost their patience with the city government's "clearing" and "closing the city" policies. After the article "Dead in Shanghai" was blocked last week, this Sunday evening, some residents tied red letters "List of the dead", "People are dying", "People are dying" on the roadside tree trunks and traffic light poles. Slogans such as "This content cannot be viewed due to violations" and "Against unlimited lockdowns". The signs imply that in a city of 26 million, death is not too far off for everyone.  Protest slogans reflect people's dissatisfaction with the closure of the city  In an interview with this station on Monday, Shanghai resident Zhao Xiao said that some people took advantage of the night to hang these written slogans in prosperous areas to express their dissatisfaction with the closure of the city:  "There is a lot of public grievances in Shanghai now. For example, I have a friend who experienced the epidemic in Wuhan, and this time she experienced the epidemic in Shanghai, which is rather unfortunate. We all went to ask her if Shanghai was worse than Wuhan. There are many political factors involved in the epidemic.”  Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan, who is guiding the fight against the new crown epidemic in Shanghai, has been busy with inspections and investigations in the past two weeks. The official news recently broadcast Sun Chunlan's arrival in Shanghai to inspect the "residential area". Among them, Sun Chunlan was listening to the TV footage of Menghua Street, a century-old street, and was found by residents to be filmed on the rooftop of the top floor of the headquarters building of the state-owned enterprise Shanghai Yuyuan Group.  Zhang Qing, a Chinese scholar of literature and history, said in an interview with this station on Monday that there has been a "troika" of management from central to local management in Shanghai's epidemic prevention and control recently, and Sun Chunlan's actions in Shanghai do not seem to be comfortable. He said:  "Sun (Vice Premier), Li (Secretary), and Gong (Mayor) each sing their own tune, show her what she wants Sun to see, and she can't see what she doesn't want to see. She wants to go. The locality is strictly regulated. Another one, each district and county is also doing its own thing. The clearing faction and the coexisting faction are incompatible with each other. Depending on the situation, when will the so-called “no-go” come.”  According to a post by a resident of Xinyuan Community in Jiangnan District, Minhang District, the community was closed from March 2 to April 17. All residents have undergone no less than 30 aggregate nucleic acid tests and more than ten antigen tests. In the past week, nucleic acid and antigen tests have been carried out once a day. Finally, a community that has been closed for one and a half months has tested positive. In this regard, the residents ridiculed, "Medical staff, you have worked hard, Comrade Mayor, you have achieved your wish."  Scholar Zhang Qing said that many residents who originally showed "negative" nucleic acid results became positive because they went downstairs many times to line up for nucleic acid testing. He said that residents queuing for nucleic acid testing was a key factor in the outbreak:  "One is the cluster nucleic acid detection, because they have no chance to contact the outside world at all, and there are only two opportunities, one is to do nucleic acid, the other is to pick up express delivery, that is, group purchase of goods."   Several administrative districts in Shanghai cancel group purchases to stop the virus  At present, Shanghai's epidemic prevention policy can be described as changing day by day. The Xuhui District government issued the "Notice on Suspension of Group Buying" last Friday (15), overturning the supply mechanism that encouraged residents to buy food in groups two weeks ago. The announcement stated that in order to cut off the transmission of the epidemic, it was decided that from Monday (18th) to April 25th, the community will stop group purchases for one week. Zhang Qing said that the current policy can be described as changing rapidly: "Now it is said that there is a problem with the group-purchased cars (virus)."  Shanghai resident Mr. Zheng told this station that several district governments in Shanghai have decided to cancel group purchases:  "Chuansha does not allow group purchases, and ordinary people are afraid to eat food provided by the government. The government's food has already had quality problems, such as the pork provided by the Meilong Town Group, and there have been quality accidents."  One resident cried for help without Coca-Cola for two weeks  A Shanghai resident complained in the group that they couldn't drink Coca-Cola because of the cancellation of the group purchase. She cried:  "I waited all day for Coke, but I didn't get it, so I canceled my order. Why, I don't have to eat vegetables or meat, I just want Coke. My two It's been a week, and I haven't had a glass of Coke, do you understand how I feel when I can't drink Coke?"   China's economic growth target of 5.5% is difficult to achieve due to Shanghai's closure  The impact of Shanghai's continued closure on the economy continues to expand. Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory has been suspended for more than half a month so far. In May, domestic OEMs in China, as well as related technology and industrial industries involving Shanghai's supply chain, will be completely shut down. .  According to comprehensive media reports, since March, the epidemic in Shanghai and Jilin, the two major automobile cities, has caused many car factories to stop production, and the production of car factories has dropped sharply. Among them, the production of FAW Hongqi in March fell by 73% year-on-year, FAW-Volkswagen fell by 45.8%, and SAIC-GM. Down 31.3%, Beijing Benz down 30.7%, BMW Brilliance down 51%, SAIC Maxus down 34%.  Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory stopped production on March 28, and it has been more than half a month so far. Another local electric car factory, Weilai Automobile, also announced the suspension of production on the 9th of this month.  Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei's consumer business and in charge of smart car solutions, said on Saturday in a circle of friends that if Shanghai cannot resume work and production, all technology and industrial industries involving Shanghai's supply chain will be completely shut down after May, especially the automotive industry.  The New York Times reported citing experts as saying that there are currently 45 cities and 373 million people under some form of lockdown in China, accounting for about a quarter of the entire population; in view of this, China's 5.5% economic growth target for 2022 will Impossible to achieve.

Sun Chunlan inspects the century-old Menghua Street from high altitude

There was a sudden silent protest on the streets of Shanghai. On Sunday night, someone hung up signs in the city with slogans such as "List of the Dead", "People are dying" and "This content cannot be viewed due to violations." On a silent street, the slogans are shocking. In addition, CCTV news broadcast Sun Chunlan's arrival in Shanghai to inspect Menghua Street, a century-old street, and it was revealed that the filming was taken on the roof of a state-owned enterprise building.

Shanghai residents seem to have lost their patience with the city government's "clearing" and "closing the city" policies. After the article "Dead in Shanghai" was blocked last week, this Sunday evening, some residents tied red letters "List of the dead", "People are dying", "People are dying" on the roadside tree trunks and traffic light poles. Slogans such as "This content cannot be viewed due to violations" and "Against unlimited lockdowns". The signs imply that in a city of 26 million, death is not too far off for everyone.

Protest slogans reflect people's dissatisfaction with the closure of the city
In an interview with this station on Monday, Shanghai resident Zhao Xiao said that some people took advantage of the night to hang these written slogans in prosperous areas to express their dissatisfaction with the closure of the city:

"There is a lot of public grievances in Shanghai now. For example, I have a friend who experienced the epidemic in Wuhan, and this time she experienced the epidemic in Shanghai, which is rather unfortunate. We all went to ask her if Shanghai was worse than Wuhan. There are many political factors involved in the epidemic.”

Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan, who is guiding the fight against the new crown epidemic in Shanghai, has been busy with inspections and investigations in the past two weeks. The official news recently broadcast Sun Chunlan's arrival in Shanghai to inspect the "residential area". Among them, Sun Chunlan was listening to the TV footage of Menghua Street, a century-old street, and was found by residents to be filmed on the rooftop of the top floor of the headquarters building of the state-owned enterprise Shanghai Yuyuan Group.

Zhang Qing, a Chinese scholar of literature and history, said in an interview with this station on Monday that there has been a "troika" of management from central to local management in Shanghai's epidemic prevention and control recently, and Sun Chunlan's actions in Shanghai do not seem to be comfortable. He said:

"Sun (Vice Premier), Li (Secretary), and Gong (Mayor) each sing their own tune, show her what she wants Sun to see, and she can't see what she doesn't want to see. She wants to go. The locality is strictly regulated. Another one, each district and county is also doing its own thing. The clearing faction and the coexisting faction are incompatible with each other. Depending on the situation, when will the so-called “no-go” come.”

According to a post by a resident of Xinyuan Community in Jiangnan District, Minhang District, the community was closed from March 2 to April 17. All residents have undergone no less than 30 aggregate nucleic acid tests and more than ten antigen tests. In the past week, nucleic acid and antigen tests have been carried out once a day. Finally, a community that has been closed for one and a half months has tested positive. In this regard, the residents ridiculed, "Medical staff, you have worked hard, Comrade Mayor, you have achieved your wish."

Scholar Zhang Qing said that many residents who originally showed "negative" nucleic acid results became positive because they went downstairs many times to line up for nucleic acid testing. He said that residents queuing for nucleic acid testing was a key factor in the outbreak:

"One is the cluster nucleic acid detection, because they have no chance to contact the outside world at all, and there are only two opportunities, one is to do nucleic acid, the other is to pick up express delivery, that is, group purchase of goods." 

Several administrative districts in Shanghai cancel group purchases to stop the virus
At present, Shanghai's epidemic prevention policy can be described as changing day by day. The Xuhui District government issued the "Notice on Suspension of Group Buying" last Friday (15), overturning the supply mechanism that encouraged residents to buy food in groups two weeks ago. The announcement stated that in order to cut off the transmission of the epidemic, it was decided that from Monday (18th) to April 25th, the community will stop group purchases for one week. Zhang Qing said that the current policy can be described as changing rapidly: "Now it is said that there is a problem with the group-purchased cars (virus)."

Shanghai resident Mr. Zheng told this station that several district governments in Shanghai have decided to cancel group purchases:

"Chuansha does not allow group purchases, and ordinary people are afraid to eat food provided by the government. The government's food has already had quality problems, such as the pork provided by the Meilong Town Group, and there have been quality accidents."

One resident cried for help without Coca-Cola for two weeks

A Shanghai resident complained in the group that they couldn't drink Coca-Cola because of the cancellation of the group purchase. She cried:

"I waited all day for Coke, but I didn't get it, so I canceled my order. Why, I don't have to eat vegetables or meat, I just want Coke. My two It's been a week, and I haven't had a glass of Coke, do you understand how I feel when I can't drink Coke?"

China's economic growth target of 5.5% is difficult to achieve due to Shanghai's closure

The impact of Shanghai's continued closure on the economy continues to expand. Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory has been suspended for more than half a month so far. In May, domestic OEMs in China, as well as related technology and industrial industries involving Shanghai's supply chain, will be completely shut down. .

According to comprehensive media reports, since March, the epidemic in Shanghai and Jilin, the two major automobile cities, has caused many car factories to stop production, and the production of car factories has dropped sharply. Among them, the production of FAW Hongqi in March fell by 73% year-on-year, FAW-Volkswagen fell by 45.8%, and SAIC-GM. Down 31.3%, Beijing Benz down 30.7%, BMW Brilliance down 51%, SAIC Maxus down 34%.

Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory stopped production on March 28, and it has been more than half a month so far. Another local electric car factory, Weilai Automobile, also announced the suspension of production on the 9th of this month.

Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei's consumer business and in charge of smart car solutions, said on Saturday in a circle of friends that if Shanghai cannot resume work and production, all technology and industrial industries involving Shanghai's supply chain will be completely shut down after May, especially the automotive industry.

The New York Times reported citing experts as saying that there are currently 45 cities and 373 million people under some form of lockdown in China, accounting for about a quarter of the entire population; in view of this, China's 5.5% economic growth target for 2022 will Impossible to achieve.
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