Since the afternoon of November 27, netizens have updated the list of Chinese universities participating in the “white paper revolution” and posted it on social networks. The number of universities on the list has increased to 103.

All of mainland China has been shaken by videos of the protests spreading across the country.

A female speaker from Tsinghua University, known as the Harvard of China, said in the footage, “If we dare not speak out because we are afraid of being arrested, I think our people will be disappointed with us. As a student of Tsinghua University, I will regret it for the rest of my life.”

At the well-known Jiaotong University in Xi’an, students called for “democracy and rule of law, and freedom of speech.”

Protesters in many cities also clashed with police and were violently suppressed.

According to the news on social media, from the night of November 27, street protests broke out in cities such as Beijing, Tianjin, Zhengzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing, Chengdu, Wuhan and Guangzhou, Urumqi, among others.

On Wangping Street in Chengdu, thousands of citizens took to the streets on the evening of November 27 to the shouts of “Emperor no” and “Freedom of speech, freedom of press”. They chanted together in the street with great enthusiasm.

Chongqing city residents also staged a fierce protest against the police.

On Hanzheng Street  in Wuhan tens of thousands of people also took to the streets

Another video shows some protesters trying to overthrow a police car.

However, in the end, the protesters were suppressed and beaten; many were kidnapped and taken away.

In addition, on the evening of November 27, the Hanzhen police urgently recruited a large number of part-time workers with high salaries to disperse the protesters.

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