China's lockdown protests reverberate abroad

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HISTORY: Dozens of protesters rallied in Hong Kong on Monday to show solidarity with rare displays of defiance in mainland China over the weekend.
In a city no stranger to anti-government protests, people brought flowers and candles.
"I'm here because I don't entirely agree with mainland China's COVID policy," says this resident.
After extraordinary protest scenes in China over the weekend, small vigils and protests have emerged in a number of cities around the world...
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... a demonstration of civil disobedience unprecedented since President Xi Jinping took power a decade ago.
The demonstrations were triggered by an apartment fire in the Chinese region of Xinjiang, which killed ten people.
Many speculated that COVID curbs hampered the rescue — which city officials denied.
China's tough COVID policy has become a lightning rod for frustration, despite keeping the country's death toll much lower than many other countries.
In Sydney, about 200 people gathered outside City Hall to show their support for the protesters.
"...as Australians, we must be a voice for China."
Similar scenes played out in London and Tokyo over the weekend.
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People gathered in front of the US State Department in Washington on Monday.
...with White House National Security spokesman John Kirby adding:
"Our message to peaceful protesters is the same and consistent: people should be given the right to assemble and peacefully protest or dictate any policy or law they are grappling with."
And British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly issued this warning:
"Well, anti-Chinese government protests are rare and when they happen I think the world should pay attention, but I think the Chinese government should pay attention."
Still, Chinese artist and dissident AI Weiwei, speaking from his home in Portugal, said he was skeptical of protests that would rock the government.
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"It's very easy to just arrest them and move on."
On Monday, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said Beijing was not aware of any protests abroad demanding an end to its zero-COVID policy.
Asked about the protests at home, he said the question did not reflect what actually happened.
... adding that China believed the fight against COVID would be successful with the Party's leadership and the people's cooperation.

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