China: Hundreds Protest Communist Censorship by Holding Up Papers Saying... Nothing

Hundreds, potentially thousands, have protested against communism throughout China this week by holding up blank pieces of paper, symbols representing everything the government allows them to say without fear. The "white paper" protests are part of a larger movement against dictator Xi Jinping, the Communist Party, and the implementation of brutal "zero-Covid" lockdowns and camp internments that have endured for over two years. The blank paper as a sign of dissent originated in the anti-communist Hong Kong protests of 2019, silenced by police brutality, mass arrests, and forcing dissidents into exile. Images and videos are being shared using the hashtags #BlankPaperRevolution and #WhitePaperRevolution.