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Shanghai residents are protesting closure with marches, smashed vegetables and art projects

Dissatisfaction has been widespread on Chinese social media ever since Shanghai started a rigid shutdown in late March. Now it’s moving into the real world.

Sharply declining case numbers have allowed more than half of the city’s 25 million residents to step out of their homes – and many derive a month’s frustration at being isolated with inadequate food through public acts of disobedience.

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