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2011 Chinese pro-democracy protests

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China's fears of a 'Jasmine' revolt

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The 2011 Chinese pro-democracy protests, also known as the Chinese Jasmine Revolution, refer to public assemblies in over a dozen cities in China starting on 20 February 2011, inspired by and named after the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia; the actions that took and take place at protest sites, and response by the Chinese government to the calls and action.
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  • Protest aims 

  • February 2011 

  • March 2011 

  • Government reaction 

  • Reactions 

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