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28 years ago, we traveled to TiananmenSquare to honor the courage & sacrifice of the students, workers & ordinary citizens who stood for the dignity & human rights that all people deserve. To this day, we remain committed to sharing their story with the world. #Tiananmen30
there are 77 billion people on this planet and 1 billion of them in china do not know the facts about tiananme
There are 7.7 billion people on this planet and ~1 billion of them in China do not know the facts about Tiananmen and do not recognize this photo, which the rest of the world does. As we commemorate 30 years since the Tiananmen killings, ponder the power of propaganda.
he was a 20 year old student in beijing in the spring of 1989 when a student led pro democracy movement drew t
He was a 20-year-old student in Beijing in the spring of 1989 when a student-led pro-democracy movement drew thousands of supporters to Tiananmen Square. He photographed the protests for about 50 days.
After 3 decades, he decided to reveal the pictures.
30 years ago i sat with my mother in nh watching horrific images on tva world away in tiananmen square june 4
30 years ago, I sat with my mother in NH, watching horrific images on TV..a world away in Tiananmen Square. June 4, 1989. The anniversary remains a sensitive topic in China. But, it’s important the country neither censor its history, nor forget the courage of those that died.
our colleague talked to about the first time she heard of the tiananmen square protests what confounds me is t
Our colleague @ding_jin talked to @ChinaFile about the first time she heard of the TiananmenSquare protests. "What confounds me is that the Party expects people who don’t even know about June Fourth to nevertheless strenuously suppress mention of it."
in a pulitzer center supported article for grantee examines new revelations about the 1989 tiananmen square ma
In a Pulitzer Center-supported article for @nybooks, grantee @iandenisjohnson examines new revelations about the 1989 TiananmenSquare massacre, as well as offers a first look at Mao secretary Li Rui's personal archives.