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    Posted September 16, 2012 by
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    RIOTS IN SHENZHEN AT CPC HEADQUARTERS - SEPTEMBER 16, 2012

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     admanyc captured photos and video of anti-Japanese protesting in Shenzhen, China, on September 16. He says the Chinese people are protesting what they see as the annexation of their islands by the Japanese. 'to the citizens this is an act of aggression and they are demanding that the government of China take military action against the Japanese,' he said. He says when he saw the protesting he was amazed. 'I couldn’t believe I actually walked into it. I knew these protests were happening around China. The Chinese publications and media do play it up, almost to the point of inciting these protests. I had to stay and watch. This was history,' he said.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Today I literally walked into a riot opposite one of the shopping malls here in Shenzhen and just outside the Shenzhen Municipal Office for the CPC. This was with regard to the Daiyou/Senkaku Islands debate. Now that Japan has bought/annexed the islands the Chinese citizens are up in arms about this. They have been rioting all week. First they attacked the Japanese embassy in Beijing. Now they are attacking the government offices, Japanese stores, and anyone else it seems who will listen to them.

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