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June Fourth 30th Anniversary (“六四”三十周年)

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.

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

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

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