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

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

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

Witnessing China’s 1989 protests — 1,000 miles from Tiananmen Square
The New York Times, May 31, 2019

《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

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