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SHAO JIANG: Remembrance and Resistance:the 26th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre (Beijing Massacre 1989)

On Thursday the 4th of June, 7pm-9pm, around 110 people gathered outside the Chinese Embassy in London to commemorate victims of the Tiananmen Massacre in 1989. Commemorators read out the names of known victims of the massacre, and mark their names on a street map of Beijing showing the places where most of these victims were killed or the hospitals to which their bodies were taken. Continue reading

Tens of Thousands Gather in Hong Kong to Mark Tiananmen Massacre

HK64More than 100,000 people gathered in Hong Kong on Saturday to mark the 27th anniversary of a military massacre that put a bloody end to the 1989 democracy movement on Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, although cracks were beginning to appear in the city’s pro-democracy camp. Continue reading

At least three activists detained in Beijing over Tiananmen Massacre commemoration

At least three activists have been detained in Beijing ahead of June 4 over a 1989 Tiananmen Massacre commemoration meeting that took place in Zhao Changqing’s home. Human rights activists Zhao Changqing, Zhang Baocheng, Xu Caihong were detained in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Continue reading

Chinese Students in US Urge Justice for Tiananmen Massacre

83C45454-24AE-468B-B3CB-4DEE08537734_w640_r1_sFILE – Portraits of victims of the June 4, 1989 bloodshed are displayed at the June 4 Memorial Museum run by pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong.

William Gallo
Last updated on: June 04, 2015 8:47 AM

WASHINGTON—A group of Chinese college students studying overseas is distributing an open letter calling for Communist Party leaders to be held accountable for the atrocities committed 26 years ago Thursday, when Chinese forces violently dispersed pro-democracy Continue reading

Baidu Doesn’t Censor Searches for “Tiananmen Massacre” On Its Japan Search Engine

Thursday, May 29, 2014
Below, the left-hand screenshot was taken on May 28, 2014, and shows that when a user in Japan searches for “Tiananmen Massacre” (天安门大屠杀) in Chinese on Baidu.com, Baidu informs them that “In accordance with relevant laws, Continue reading