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Human Rights in China has learned that Chinese authorities are preventing Ding Zilin ( 丁子霖 ) , a key member of the Tiananmen Mothers , and her husband from returning to Beijing until after June 4, the 25th anniversary of the violent government crackdown on the 1989 Democracy Movement. According to...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] After Wu Lihong and I visited Xiao Zongyou and his wife, we decided to visit Wu Guofeng’s (吴国锋) parents, Wu Dingfu ( 吴定富 ) and his wife, who live in the suburbs of Chengdu in Xinjin County, Wujin Township. The drive from Chengdu to Xinjin County is actually...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] After visiting families of victims in Guangzhou and Nanning, we headed to Sichuan. There is only one train every day from Nanning to Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan. The trip, a 32-hour ride, would take us through Guangxi and Guizhou Provinces. Along the way,...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] In mid-November 2013, Guo Liying and I traveled to Henan, Hubei, and Jiangxi Provinces in central China to visit the families of victims of June Fourth. We went first to Zhengzhou in Henan to visit Mr. Sun Chengkang and his wife Mrs. Yu Qing, the parents of...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] Our next stop was Yongning District, Nanning City, Guangxi Province, to visit Lai Bi’s father, Lai Yundi (赖运迪). Yongning was originally one of Guangxi Province’s Zhuang ethnic minority autonomous counties, bordering Nanning city. With the development and...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] This is a moving story. The searching for Chen Yongting’s family touched the hearts of many people. This is also a sad story: behind this peasant boy from a remote mountain village going to school in Beijing was the heavy burden of his impoverished parents and...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] On the 25th anniversary of the June Fourth Tragedy Shortly after the 24th anniversary of June Fourth last year, some of us—June Fourth victims’ family members residing in Beijing—were thinking about the same questions with sadness. In all these years, and...
Today, HRIC launches a new advocacy initiative: “June Fourth at 25: Resisting Enforced Amnesia, Building a Just Future.” Since the military crackdown on the 1989 Democracy Movement, known as June Fourth, HRIC has provided advocacy support and solidarity to individuals and groups—particularly the...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] On Sunday October 13, 2013, I traveled down south with Wu Lihong to visit and interview families of Tiananmen victims. The interviews started in Guangzhou. The first family is from Guangzhou's Huadu District. This is the present home of the parents of Tian...
In an open letter to members of China’s legislature and political advisory body, the Tiananmen Mothers urge them to break the 25-year government silence on the June 4, 1989 military crackdown on the Democracy Movement that year, and begin discussion on a resolution. The letter calls on the deputies...

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