tiananmen square crackdown
People were warned not to attend a banned vigil remembering the deadly Tiananmen Square crackdown as authorities mute China’s last pro-democracy voices.
Today marks the 24th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. The crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on June 4, 1989, killed hundreds. While the topic is taboo in China, social media is changing the way the country commemorates this day. Helen Gao and David Wertime join Josh to discuss.
A woman at the centre of China's biggest political scandal in two decades, wife of deposed political leader Bo Xilai, had
The United States Congress says to the people of China and freedom-loving people everywhere: Your cause is our cause. We will never forget, and we will continue to push for freedom.
Without a basic grounding in the truth about Tiananmen, there is no moral foundation for China's rise. The Chinese government must come to terms with its own history.
Censored in Chinese media and left out of official histories, there has been little to keep memory of Tiananmen Square going.
Some call it the "Tiananmen Square Massacre," others say the "Tiananmen Square Crackdown," and in China it is known merely