“China’s Freedom” or “Things You Can Do in China (You Can’t Do in America”, posted June 13, 2021, by the Living in China channel, run by a young man from the UK, similar in spirit to the Barrett Channel.
In a relatively small city in China’s interior, he shows you can drink in public (you can’t in the US) even though you can’t carry weapons (you can often in the US).
He also notes that the public spaces are very clean (like Singapore’s).
He also notes there is almost zero street crime.
But there is no “freedom of reach” with political speech. Chinese society demands more mandatory socialization of everyone. He doesn’t mention the social credit score. Or the difficulty of many people in transcending and moving out of rural poverty.
Wikipedia picture: Guangzhou skyline, Wikipedia embed, click for attribution