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CRF 2004, No.2 - Tiananmen: The Once and Future China

Letter From the Editor

News Update

[CRF No.2, 2004 cover]
History: Setting the Record Straight

Memory: Honoring the Debt

Vision: Moving Forward

Regular Features

  • Up Front With Wang Yu
    Wang Yu interviews participants of the 1989 Democracy Movement.

  • Cultural Reviews
    After Tiananmen: Global Media and the Spring of 1989
    Gina Marchetti describes how Tiananmen has made its presence felt in global cinema over the past 15 years.

    Toronto Exhibition Commemorates Tiananmen
    Artists from around the world exhibited paintings and photographs at an exhibition in Toronto commemorating the 15th anniversary of June 4th.

  • Resource List
    A list of Internet resources relating to the 1989 Democracy Movement.

  • In Custody
    A list of people still in prison or executed for crimes related to the 1989 Democracy Movement.

  • Prisoner Profile
    The continued political persecution of Zhang Ming, a veteran of Tiananmen.

  • Action
    What you can do about the issues discussed.

  • Bulletin
    HRIC's activities March through May 2004.

  • Open Forum
    Feedback from our readers.

  • Incorporating Responsibility 2008 Campaign Update
    HRIC and the International Federation for Human Rights present a preliminary assessment of the EU/China Human Rights Dialogue.

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