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2019年06月13日

On This Day — June 13, 1989: Most wanted: The Chinese authorities broadcast the list of the 21 most wanted student leaders.
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Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
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‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

2019年06月13日

Extradition bill debate postponed for second time after Hong Kong protests
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong’s young protesters have learned the lessons of the past. They are tolerant of different views, careful with their identities and freed by a lack of leadership
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong protesters are defiant in the face of police rubber bullets: “We have to do something”
Independent, June 12, 2019

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【警暴合輯 ‧ 不斷更新】警向 6.12 手無寸鐵示威者施暴 人權組織、大律師公會批評 (Compilation: Police violence on unarmed protestors during clash on June 12, human rights organizations and Bar Association speaks out on abuse and violation of international standards)The Stand News, June 13, 2019

兩醫生工會譴責警方濫用暴力 布袋彈橡膠子彈瞄準頭部 並非驅散人群手段 (Two doctors’ associations condemn excessive violence of the police, citing grave concerns on rubber bullets and bean-bag rounds aimed at heads of protestors and journalists, and unrestrained use of tear gas, as reckless action not aimed at crowd control)
The Stand News, June 13, 2019

特首選委聯署要求林鄭月娥下台、停止警方暴力及撤回逃犯修例 (Over 200 members of Election Committee ask Carrie Lam to step down, cease police violence, and retract extradition amendments)
Inmediahk.net, June 13, 2019

Hong Kong extradition bill should be dropped because of “serious risk of human rights violations” in mainland China, say foreign lawyers
South China Morning Post, June 13, 2019

Telegram 群組管理員被捕 楊岳橋:罪行備受質疑 被捕者無責任解鎖手機 (Coordinator of protester chatgroup arrested on public nuisance charges)
The Stand News, June 12, 2019

In battle for Hong Kong, the field has tilted toward Beijing
The New York Times, June 12, 2019

2019年06月12日

Erasing history: Why remember Tiananmen
ChinaFile, June 11, 2019

Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
‐ Project subsite homepage
‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

2019年06月11日

Hong Kong democrat Ted Hui sentenced to community service for snatching gov’t officer’s phone at legislature
Hong Kong Free Press, June 11, 2019

梁君彥僅留66小時審議送中惡法 料下周四表決 (LegCo chairman fixes only 66 hours continuous meeting over 7 days for reviewing extradition amendment bill; final voting expected to take place next Thursday, June 20)
Inmediahk.net, June 11, 2019

Hong Kong businesses vow to strike as anger over extradition bill grows
The Guardian, June 11, 2019

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【反送中】中學生紛發起網上聯署罷課 英華學生:我們決定爭取屬於自己的未來 (Secondary school students jointly petition to postpone exams and start class boycott as extradition amendments set to resume reading in LegCo)
The Stand News, June 11, 2019

【逃犯條例】教協周六辦集思會 籌備全港教師罷課 (Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union to plan city-wide class boycott)
Ming Pao, June 11, 2019

【逃犯條例】52個社福、宗教團體發起6.12罷工 張超雄:迫不得已 (52 social-work and religious groups to strike on Wednesday and rally outside LegCo)
HK01, June 11, 2019

US State Department and UK’s Asia minister express support for Hongkongers protesting extradition bill
South China Morning Post, June 11, 2019

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U.S. warns extradition law changes may jeopardize Hong Kong's special status
Reuters, June 11, 2019

Armed radicals or indecisive and leaderless – who are the protesters who clashed violently with police after Hong Kong extradition bill march?
South China Morning Post, June 10, 2019

2019年06月10日

On This Day — June 9, 1989: In a speech, Deng Xiaoping states that the government has suppressed a “counterrevolutionary rebellion . . . determined by the international and domestic climate” where the “dregs of society” had sought to “establish a bourgeois republic entirely dependent on the West.”
See HRIC chronology and resources.

Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
‐ Project subsite homepage
‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

2019年06月10日
2019年06月07日

On This Day — June 9, 1989: In a speech, Deng Xiaoping states that the government has suppressed a “counterrevolutionary rebellion . . . determined by the international and domestic climate” where the “dregs of society” had sought to “establish a bourgeois republic entirely dependent on the West.”

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30 years ago: Legions of soldiers encircling Beijing
China Digital Times, June 7, 2019

30 years ago: Beijing chiefs face opposition
China Digital Times, June 6, 2019

Video: “Not double standards” – UN chief spokesperson refuses to condemn 1989 Tiananmen Massacre
Hong Kong Free Press, June 6, 2019

In the Mojave Desert, Crazy Horse keeps company with Tiananmen’s Tank Man
Radio Free Asia, June 5, 2019

As world remembers Tiananmen deaths, China says it's the victim
Bloomberg, June 4, 2019

2019年06月06日

A gay Hong Kong civil servant finally won the right to benefits for his spouse
Quartz, June 6, 2019

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同性配偶福利案終極上訴得直 判辭:不可用社會共識為由拒絕小眾利益 (Prevailing socio-moral values of society on marriage not relevant to whether infringement of rights is justified, says Court of Final Appeal)
Ming Pao, June 6, 2019

【逃犯條例】彭定康拍片轟修例損香港地位 「這修例不需要通過,亦不應該通過」(Chris Patten calls for retraction of extradition law amendments: “It doesn’t have to happen, it shouldn’t happen”)
The Stand News, June 6, 2019

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Video: Last colonial governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten, says gov’t defence of extradition bill “absolute nonsense”
Hong Kong Free Press, June 6, 2019

【逃犯條例】小店 6.9 紛罷市撐遊行 「團結先可以事成」(“It’s a little silly, but some things are more important than money”: Shops are closing on June 9 to support march against extradition law amendments)
The Stand News, June 5, 2019

吳文遠擲三文治案 律政司申上訴至終院被拒 (Court of Final Appeal rejects government’s appeal against earlier acquittal of activist Avery Ng, who tossed a sandwich at C.Y. Leung)
Inmediahk.net, June 6, 2019

Fugitives granted asylum in Germany say they faced “unfair trial” and call on international community to oppose Hong Kong’s extradition bill
South China Morning Post, June 5, 2019

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德國國會委員會主席稱程序嚴謹 「黃台仰獲批庇護 反映夠迫害證據」 (Germany’s Committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid: Granting Hong Kong activists asylum shows there are enough indicators for individual political persecution in the region)
Ming Pao, June 6, 2019

Hong Kong Tiananmen Massacre vigil organiser receives record donations, totalling HK$2.75m
Hong Kong Free Press, June 5, 2019

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Media round-up: Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Massacre vigil as covered by local newspapers
Hong Kong Free Press, June 5, 2019

2019年06月05日
2019年06月04日

On This Day — June 3, 1989:

  • 1:00 a.m. The troops have blocked off all approaches to Tiananmen Square. Various people who witnessed the killings of civilians report to the BWAF and to the students’ Command Headquarters, urging them to withdraw.
  • 2:00 a.m. The first troop transport trucks enter the square. Chai Ling and Li Lu call on those remaining on the square to gather around the Monument to the People’s Heroes.
  • 3:00 a.m. Hou Dejian and Zhou Duo negotiate with army officials to give the students time to vacate the square. Withdrawal will be unconditional, officials reply, adding that it must take place before daybreak. They indicate the southeast as the safest way to exit.
  • 4:00 a.m. On the square the lights go off. The statue of the Goddess of Democracy is toppled by a tank.
  • 4:30 a.m. The tanks and the troops stationed in the north corner of the Square begin to move forward. Students vote and eventually agree to leave. The soldiers shoot out the students’ loud speakers. Led by the Command Headquarters, the students walk away from the Monument to the People’s Heroes toward the southeast part of the square. A row of armored vehicles moves slowly toward the monument. Other troops arrive from the west, squeezing the crowd. As the students leave, army tanks crush tents on their way. The student guards are the last to leave, with soldiers about 18 feet behind them firing warning shots.
  • 5:00 a.m. As the students pass Qianmen, residents line the streets and applaud. The army throws tear gas and shoots at students and citizens near the square and in other areas of the capital. Some people are crushed under tanks. The number of victims is not known.
  • 6:20 a.m. Tanks crush retreating students.

See HRIC chronology and resources.

China rises but 30 years after Tiananmen, crackdown remains taboo
Al Jazeera, June 4, 2019

Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
‐ Project subsite homepage
‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

30 years ago: Crackdown in Beijing
China Digital Times, June 4, 2019

Beijing silent as tight security surrounds Tiananmen Square anniversary
The Guardian, June 4, 2019

In Beijing, disappearances and security controls ensure quiet Tiananmen anniversary
Los Angeles Times, June 4, 2019

Tiananmen anniversary draws silence in Beijing but emotion in Hong Kong
The New York Times, June 4, 2019

“We must do more than remember”: what Tiananmen means to the Chinese diaspora
The Guardian, June 4, 2019

Tiananmen Square: What happened in the protests of 1989?
BBC, June 4, 2019

Reporting from Tiananmen Square in 1989: “I saw a lot I will never forget”
Al Jazeera, June 4, 2019

时报“六四”档案:“街头的痛苦、愤怒和眼泪”
”In the streets, anguish, fury and tears”
The New York Times, June 4, 2019

Interview: “The ideas the students came up with were very good”
Radio Free Asia, June 4, 2019

Tiananmen Square: Japanese diplomats feared Chinese troops would storm embassy
South China Morning Post, June 4, 2019

EU still mourns Tiananmen crackdown victims: spokeswoman
Reuters, June 4, 2019

China rises but 30 years after Tiananmen, crackdown remains taboo
Al Jazeera, June 4, 2019

“I have never again returned to Tiananmen”
Voice of America, June 4, 2019

“Bearing witness is really all we have”: Memories of covering the Tiananmen aftermath
NPR, June 4, 2019

Thirty years on, China is still trying to whitewash the Tiananmen crackdown from its history
The Conversation, June 3, 2019

Remembering June 4th
China Digital Times, June 3, 2019

Tiananmen 30 years later: “Hope has not died” say Chinese dissidents
The Christian Science Monitor, June 3, 2019

Beijing after Tiananmen: Part 1
The Diplomat, June 3, 2019

“Sacred day”: Chinese remember Tiananmen killings by fasting
The Guardian, June 3, 2019

Washington Tiananmen vigil attracts first-timers for 30th anniversary
South China Morning Post, June 3, 2019

30 Years Ago: Residents Block Army Move
China Digital Times, June 3, 2019

寻找“坦克人”:自由与反抗的神秘象征
30 years after Tiananmen, “Tank Man” remains an icon and a mystery
The New York Times, June 4, 2019

He stayed at Tiananmen to the end. Now he wonders what it meant.
The New York Times, June 3, 2019

Tiananmen Square crackdown: 21 most-wanted student leaders’ stories
South China Morning Post, June 3, 2019

2019年06月04日

Beijing wants ex-Hong Kong police chief Andy Tsang Wai-hung, who oversaw teargassing of Occupy protesters, to lead UN agency fighting drug crimes
South China Morning Post, June 5, 2019

China’s workers at constant risk from unsafe buildings and structural collapse
China Labour Bulletin, June 4, 2019

30 years after Tiananmen, China still suspicious of student-labor ties
Voice of America, June 4, 2019

Tiananmen: China rebukes Pompeo on 30th anniversary of protests
BBC, June 4, 2019

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Pompeo urges China to release human rights prisoners to mark Tiananmen crackdown
Reuters, June 3, 2019

On Tiananmen anniversary, Canada says it has real concerns over China's human rights
Reuters, June 4, 2019

UK urges China to respect rights on Tiananmen crackdown anniversary
Reuters, June 4, 2019

China issues U.S. travel alert warning of harassment of Chinese travelers by law enforcement bodies
Associated Press, June 4, 2019

Taiwan urges China to “repent” for Tiananmen Square crackdown
Al Jazeera, June 3, 2019

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Taiwan urges China to 'repent' for Tiananmen, China paper says event is merely history
Reuters, June 2, 2019

Chinese daily: Tiananmen “immunized China against turmoil”
Agence France-Presse, June 3, 2019

“We stopped the turbulence”: Tiananmen crackdown was “correct”, says China
Sydney Morning Herald, June 3, 2019

China warns students, academics of risks of studying in U.S.
Reuters, June 3, 2019

China offers money to Tibetans to display portraits of Xi Jinping
Radio Free Asia, June 3, 2019

2019年06月04日

Tiananmen Square massacre marked with Hong Kong vigil
The Guardian, June 4, 2019

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Hong Kong prepares for commemoration of 1989 Tiananmen crackdown
Al Jazeera, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong holds somber Tiananmen vigil as Beijing goes into lockdown
Reuters, June 3, 2019

“Record turnout of over 180,000” at Hong Kong candlelight vigil to mark Tiananmen crackdown’s 30th anniversary but for many, city’s controversial extradition bill was extra spur
South China Morning Post, June 5, 2019

Hong Kong remembers Tiananmen, concerned about its own future
Agence France-Presse, June 4, 2019

In Hong Kong, a publisher struggles to document Tiananmen’s carnage
The New York Times, June 4, 2019

83% of young Hongkongers say Beijing was in the wrong over the Tiananmen Massacre – HKU survey
Hong Kong Free Press, June 4, 2019

The Hong Kong teachers whose lives are inexorably linked to Tiananmen Square crackdown making sure their pupils are taught about events of 1989
South China Morning Post, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong's students remember Tiananmen because those on the mainland can't
Sydney Morning Herald, June 4, 2019

Video: “We don’t need to chant slogans” – 100 attend “alternative” Hong Kong Tiananmen vigil
Hong Kong Free Press, June 4, 2019

Extradition law is 'final nail' in Hong Kong's coffin: activist
Reuters, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam ‘will not simply follow orders from Beijing’ on extradition requests and can refuse transfer of fugitives accused of crimes against defence or foreign affairs
South China Morning Post, June 4, 2019

Hong Kong pupils petition against extradition bill as protests build
Reuters, June 4, 2019

【逃犯條例】覆美國會議員聯署信 林鄭:指修例損害法治、人權 沒有根據 (Extradition law: Carrie Lam replies to joint letter from US Congress: No evidence that Extradition Law amendments harm rule of law and human rights)
The Stand News, June 4, 2019

Remembering Tiananmen Square is dangerous, even in Hong Kong
The Atlantic, June 3, 2019

Former Tiananmen student leader barred from Hong Kong vigil
Sydney Morning Herald, June 3, 2019

Prosecutors in mainland China can reopen criminal cases years later and seek fugitive transfers, Hong Kong security chief John Lee admits
South China Morning Post, June 3, 2019

2019年06月04日
2019年06月03日

The new Tiananmen Papers: Inside the secret meeting that changed China
Foreign Affairs, May 30, 2019

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中共秘密资料揭开“六四”镇压背后的权力游戏
New documents show power games behind China’s Tiananmen crackdown
The New York Times, May 31, 2019

從北京警察到六四抗暴者:他牽着兩歲女兒,目睹世界翻轉 (From a Beijing police officer to a participant in civil disobedience in June Fourth: Sun Liyong witnessed the world turn upside down as he held his daughter’s hand)
The Initium, June 3, 2019

Proposing a Chinese day of fast, Citizens Movement in China
China Change, June 2, 2019

六四30年祭:后89时代的人生启蒙 (June Fourth at 30: Inspiration for the post-89 generation: Interview with Chinese youngsters who grew up behind the firewall)
Voice of America, June 2, 2019

On 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre, China says crackdown was “correct” policy
Agence France-Presse, June 2, 2019

Three decades after Tiananmen, China’s youth loses faith in US
Financial Times, June 2, 2019

半生被稱劊子手,戒嚴部隊軍官:「我也是六四受害者」(Martial law officer who spent half of his life condemned as a murderer: “I am a June Fourth victim too”)
The Initium, June 1, 2019

小天安门:美国议员回忆成都“六四”
Witnessing China’s 1989 protests — 1,000 miles from Tiananmen Square
The New York Times, May 31, 2019

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《重返天安門》:其他的天安門事件——成都大屠殺 (The other Tiananmen: Massacre in Chengdu)
The News Lens, June 2, 2019

China’s other Tiananmens: 30 years on
The Guardian, June 2, 2019

A massacre, erased: China tried to repress the memory of the brutal crackdown in Tiananmen Square. Thirty years later, Beijing is still terrified of its legacy.
Washington Post, May 31, 2019

Dissident political scientist Yan Jiaqi believes only vindication for Tiananmen Square democracy movement will bring China justice
South China Morning Post, May 31, 2019

Surviving Tiananmen: “I might have been one of the hundreds or thousands who lost their lives”
The Guardian, May 30, 2019

“30 years after Tiananmen, the world is having a taste of the consequences of nurturing China”
CIVICUS, May 30, 2019

2019年05月31日

China’s “black week-end”
New York Review of Books, June 27, 2019 Issue

Tiananmen 1989: Three decades behind China’s gate of darkness
China Heritage, May 31, 2019

【六四三十】亞視六君子李玉蓮:六四是香港人要記住的感情和責任 (Hong Kong ATV journalist: June Fourth is a sentiment and responsibility that Hong Kong must remember)
Inmediahk.net, May 31, 2019

“Pillar of Shame” artist Jens Galschiøt erects Danish highway sign honouring 1989 Tiananmen Massacre victims
Hong Kong Free Press, May 31, 2019

天安门母亲张先玲:和平理性坚持抗争30载 (Interview with a Tiananmen Mother, Zhang Xianling: It has been a peaceful and rational 30-year-long fight)
Voice of America, May 30, 2019

Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
‐ Project subsite homepage
‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

Four is forbidden: Finding my way to the truth about Tiananmen
ChinaFile, May 30, 2019

China military says shouldn’t say Tiananmen protests were “suppressed”
South China Morning Post, May 29, 2019

30 years ago: Goddess of democracy erected
China Digital Times, May 30, 2019

China: Tiananmen injustice fuels repression 30 years on
Human Rights Watch, May 30, 2019

Many Chinese know little about the bloodshed in Beijing 30 years ago
Economist, May 30, 2019

Photos of the Tiananmen Square protests through the lens of a student witness
The New York Times, May 30, 2019

Tiananmen 30 years on: Why another pro-democracy uprising would be “impossible” in China
South China Morning Post, May 30, 2019

US calls Tiananmen Square “full-on massacre” as anniversary nears
Voice of America, May 30, 2019

The unsung heroes of Beijing, 1989: Remembering the civilian resistance
Radio Free Asia, May 30, 2019

June 4, 1989: A personal recollection: Looking back on Tiananmen
Brookings, May 29, 2019

2019年05月31日

【律師會改選】人權律師帝理邁成票王 其餘 4 人來自流傳中聯辦推薦名單 (Law Society election results: 1 human rights lawyer as well as 4 pro-Beijing candidates endorsed by Liaison Office take seats)
The Stand News, May 31, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam survives first no confidence vote, as democrats cite “lies” over extradition row
Hong Kong Free Press, May 30, 2019

Hong Kong gov’t announces new concessions to extradition bill after pressure from pro-Beijing camp
Hong Kong Free Press, May 30, 2019

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【逃犯條例】被指無法處理台灣殺人案 林鄭:修例後會睇下 (Government concessions specify requests must originate from central authorities, casting doubt on Taiwan’s ability to initiate requests; Carrie Lam: “We’ll look into it after amendments are done”)
The Stand News, May 31, 2019

【逃犯條例】英加外長:修例或損《中英聯合聲明》保障之權利自由 促港府與各方溝通 (UK foreign secretary and Canadian foreign minister issue joint statement warning negative impacts on human rights, urging meaningful engagement and proper consideration of alternatives and safeguards)
The Stand News, May 30, 2019

Hong Kong school head called police over student-backed petition opposing controversial extradition bill
Hong Kong Free Press, May 30, 2019

“Inconsistent with the right to equality”: Hong Kong court declares male gay sex laws unconstitutional
Agence France-Presse, May 30, 2019

Hong Kong wants to build massive artificial islands. More than 1 million people could live on them. But they will cost a fortune
Economist, May 30, 2019

2019年05月29日

On This Day — May 30, 1989: Three leading members of the BWAF detained: Members of the Beijing Workers’ Autonomous Federation are detained by the Beijing Public Security Bureau, which had ordered the workers to vacate the place they were occupying the night before. The BWAF moves its headquarters to the northwest of the square.
See HRIC chronology and resources.

Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
‐ Project subsite homepage
‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

Video: Canadian journalist shares newly restored footage of Tiananmen Massacre horror
Hong Kong Free Press, May 30, 2019

六四30周年:天安门事件如何影响港台的社会与学生运动 (June Fourth 30th anniversary: How did the Tiananmen massacre affect society and student movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan?)
BBC, May 30, 2019

30 years ago: Students renew call for change
China Digital Times, May 29, 2019

Chinese artist mentions Tiananmen Massacre anniversary in award speech
Radio Free Asia, May 29, 2019

Hong Kong teacher hopes new book on Tiananmen Square crackdown can educate younger readers
South China Morning Post, May 29, 2019

Why Hong Kong maths teacher who witnessed Tiananmen Square crackdown holds special history lessons once a year for his students
South China Morning Post, May 29, 2019

Hong Kong student unions to host Tiananmen Massacre forum, amid lingering rift with vigil organisers
Hong Kong Free Press, May 29, 2019

2019年05月28日

On This Day — May 29, 1989: Goddess of Democracy erected: During the night, students of the Central Academy of Fine Arts assemble the 37-foot-high statue of the Goddess of Democracy, built in two days out of plaster and Styrofoam. It stands opposite the giant portrait of Mao Zedong.
See HRIC chronology and resources.

Hong Kong has kept flame of Tiananmen Square crackdown alive for 30 years – but is the fire burning out?
South China Morning Post, May 29, 2019

30 years after Tiananmen, a Chinese military insider warns: Never forget
The New York Times, May 28, 2019

30 years ago: Students urge end to siege of square
China Digital Times, May 28, 2019

30 years on, Chinese dissident Wang Dan reflects on the Tiananmen Massacre
Agence France-Presse, May 28, 2019

Relatives of Tiananmen Massacre victims pay respects at cemetery
Radio Free Asia, May 28, 2019

Why we remember June Fourth
ChinaFile, May 28, 2019

Related:
HRIC’s “Unforgotten” project: profiles of June Fourth Victims
‐ Project subsite homepage
‐ HRIC statement
‐ Profiles of the “Unforgotten”

Hong Kong activist keeping promise he made 30 years ago to ensure Tiananmen Square crackdown is not forgotten
South China Morning Post, May 28, 2019

30 years ago: Li Peng tightens grip
China Digital Times, May 27, 2019

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