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From Reuters: “ Tiananmen Mothers urge China to bear responsibility for ‘crimes’ ”: The Tiananmen Mothers activist group has long urged the leadership to open a dialogue and reassess the 1989 pro-democracy movement, violently suppressed on June 4 that year by the government which labeled it "...
From The Star, “ Tiananmen Mothers urge China to bear responsibility for 'crimes' ”: In an open letter released on Monday through New York-based Human Rights in China, the group cited Premier Li Keqiang's remarks on Japan's failure to reflect on its past. See HRIC press work on Tiananmen Mothers (...
From Deutsche Welle, “ ’天安门母亲’:监控已成’新常态’ ” 授权" 中国人权 "组织这封公开信的署名为"天安门母亲服务团队集体讨论",由丁子霖和蒋培坤执笔,并由129人联署。此外,公开信还附上了历年来去世的37名六四难属姓名。 See HRIC press work on Tiananmen Mothers ( 天安门母亲)
From Radio Free Asia, “ 天安门母亲:中国领导人不可能逃避“六四”大屠杀的历史责任 ”: 六四26周年纪念日来临。中国的“天安门母亲”团体星期一(6月1日)授权位于纽约的国际人权组织“ 中国人权 ”发表她们撰写的纪念“六四”惨案26周年的文章,题目是:中国领导人不可能逃避“六四”大屠杀的历史责任——纪念“六四”惨案二十六周年。 See HRIC press work on Tiananmen Mothers ( 天安门母亲)
From BBC中文网, “ ‘天安门母亲’敦促中国领导人承担责任 ”: 在“六四”事件二十六周年即将到来之际,“天安门母亲”授权 中国人权 发表她们撰写的纪念文章。 See HRIC press work on Tiananmen Mothers ( 天安门母亲)
At the request of the Tiananmen Mothers, Human Rights in China (HRIC) is issuing the following essay by the group to commemorate the victims of June Fourth on its 26th anniversary. Quoting Premier Li Keqiang’s March 2015 speech that Japan’s leaders today bear historical responsibility for Japan’s...
An appeal by Ding Zilin (丁子霖) , a founding member of the Tiananmen Mothers, to the Chinese authorities to conclude the trial of Gao Yu (高瑜), the widely admired veteran journalist. Gao, 70, was tried in November 2014 for leaking an internal Communist Party document, and faces a life sentence. The...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] On the afternoon of February 2, 2015, the Tiananmen Mothers in Beijing gathered for their annual Spring Festival reunion activities. They once again reserved four tables, but the number of attendees this year was clearly smaller than in prior years, to the...
( Part 1 ) ( Part 2 ) ( Part 3 ) Remembering My Son Jielian on the 25th Anniversary of His Death [Translation by Human Rights in China] After my son Jielian sacrificed himself, some friends whom we didn’t know that well consoled us: “Please accept the fact and move on! Fortunately Jielian had an...
( Part 1 ) ( Part 2 ) ( Part 4 ) Remembering My Son Jielian on the 25th Anniversary of His Death [Translation by Human Rights in China] On the afternoon of June 5, 1989, I was lying in bed. First, several doctors from the school suddenly came to our house to give me a shot. At almost the same...


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