There's online outrage about excessive and senseless Covid anti-epidemic measures in Heilongjiang after two shop incidents went viral.
These are China's new rules regarding the "further optimization of the Covid-19 epidemic prevention and control."
Many commenters have a less rose-colored view of the future of 'zero Covid' than some of China's opinion makers.
What happened in Hohhot? And why did the incident receive nationwide attention? An explainer including timeline.
"In Ordos, no matter when, we will always insist on lives first, saving people first."
"Unless you shut down the entire internet in Lanzhou, there is no way for you to cover this up."
One Foxconn worker writes: "We are fully aware that in the eyes of Foxconn, production always comes first, but we really just want to live a...
A new nursery rhyme to fit Covid time? "Determined to fight the epidemic, let's do nucleic acid tests together," the children sing. "We've entered a new...
The Ruzhou girl developed a high fever on October 14, but wasn't taken to hospital until the night of October 17.
Caught in Covid measures, many Urumqi residents turn to social media for help.
“Ah, is this what they mean with ‘dynamic zero’?” The online discussions about controlling the epidemic spread are also heavily controlled.
A pop-up window doesn't seem to bring anything good these days.
Green fences bring back memories of Shanghai's lockdown earlier in 2022.
Uncertain times for tourists trapped in Xishuangbanna: "They don't know when the lockdown will be lifted and when they can go home."
The Health Code system and the ‘Green Horse’ meme have become part of everyday life in a zero-Covid China.
Political commentator Hu Xijin about China's zero-Covid Policy: " This fight is bound to be like navigating a boat against the current."
They’ve been in lockdown for 42 days already, but according to some Lhasa-based bloggers, there have been no improvements in the local epidemic situation. They say...
"I wish I could be quarantined at Disney too!" The Shanghai Disney hotel apparently is the happiest place to get locked in.
Yili residents wonder: "We've been in this epidemic for three years already, how can the measures still be so poor?"
Hashtags and online stories shared on Chinese social media in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in China's Sichuan.