Protesters in the southern Chinese city of Wukan have organized food rationing, as a nine-day police blockade has prevented supplies from entering the area, Bloomberg reported. Villagers have been allowed to leave and return from town, as long as they do not bring in food. The blockade began after the death of a protest leader in police custody on December 10. Protests have been taking place in Wukan for several months in response to allegations that local officials made illegal land grabs. Several thousand protesters are planning to march to Lufeng, a neighboring town, on Wednesday unless their demands are met, including returning farmland and replacing local officials.