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(Listen to the podcast) HRIC Introduction In this segment of the HRIC podcast series, “A Contested History,” a mainlander working in Hong Kong talks about the significance of the annual June 4th candlelight vigil held in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park that commemorates the victims of the military...
Fang Lizhi ( On the Eve of the Explosion ), a prominent astrophysicist accused of being a key instigator of the 1989 protests, went into exile in 1990. He is now a Professor of Physics at the University of Arizona, and is co-chairman of HRIC.
United States June 1 , San Francisco: Seminar on the Tiananmen Massacre , 2-5pm, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall (旧金山国父纪念馆), 2121, 836 Stockton Street, 94108. June 1 , San Francisco; Candlelight Vigil , 7pm, Chinatown Portsmouth Square (旧金山中国城花园角). June 1 , Washington D.C.: Candlelight Vigil, 6:30-9:...
Today, on the 25th anniversary of the tragic events in Tienanmen Square, we remember those who lost their lives striving for democracy. I appeal to the Chinese leadership to release all those still detained in connection with the events of 4 June 1989. It is deplorable that recently there has been...
“On behalf of all Canadians, we join with Chinese citizens and people around the world in commemorating the 25th anniversary of the violent crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989. “Canada urges China to break its silence on these events by openly...
In the lead up to the 25th anniversary of a horrific episode of government-ordered military violence against unarmed civilians, the Chinese authorities have redoubled their efforts—by criminal detention and other means of control—to suppress remembrances of what happened in June 1989. The Tiananmen...

A timeline of the developments surrounding the extradition amendments introduced by the Hong Kong SAR government, which triggered a series of mass demonstrations, including a march of an estimated two million people on June 16, 2019, the largest in Hong Kong’s history.

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