Chinese security personnel typically react quickly to shut down public expressions of dissent, often detaining those involved.
China’s latest product-safety scare emerged more than a week ago with news that major pharmaceutical manufacturer Changchun Changsheng Biotechnology had fabricated records and was ordered to cease production of rabies vaccines.
The government has said the suspect vaccine did not enter the market, but the case has provoked unusually strong outrage from Chinese consumers fed up with recurring safety scandals.
The protester’s banners bore headlines saying “Vaccines?” and messages including “Please give the victims justice”.
As information about the vaccine scandal emerged over the past two weeks, parents vented anger online, prompting the ruling Communist Party’s Internet censors to swoop in and purge mention of the issue.
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