Chinese Indonesians in Jakarta fear attacks on the community, as anti-China hoaxes spread on social media
As violent protests broke out in the Indonesian capital early on Wednesday, resulting in the deaths of several people, messages started circulating on social media that the deceased were shot by “police from China”.The message was followed by photos of light-skinned masked police officers that came with the caption: “China has sent security forces to Indonesia disguised as foreign workers.”In another photo, a man is pictured in a selfie that showed a light-skinned officer from Indonesia’s…... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, Chinese Indonesians in Jakarta fear attacks on the community, as anti-China hoaxes spread on social media, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
Published By: SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST - Wednesday, 22 May
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