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

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

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