People Power in Guangzhou

Middle-class protesters in southern China mobilize against a planned waste incinerator.
2009-11-24
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Demonstrators protest the planned construction of a waste incineration plant in the Panyu district of Guangzhou, Nov. 23, 2009.
Demonstrators protest the planned construction of a waste incineration plant in the Panyu district of Guangzhou, Nov. 23, 2009.
Photo provided by demonstrator.
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Unstable China, because the leaders not much think about the welfare of the people so the people suffering unavoidably. Therefore, they must come together to raise their concerns and demand whatever they deem unjust for themselve. Communist China first liberated people then suppressed later. When just coming to power, Mao Tsetong let people critized the government but this practice not lasts long only a blink of eyes then oppression took place. What's the differences between Communist and Dictatorship??

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