How China Is Erasing Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Square Memories

Deutsche Welle

Authorities in Hong Kong have been actively removing books about the Tiananmen Square Massacre from library shelves to silence the past. But communities overseas are keeping the legacy alive.


Hong Kong Tiananmen Vigil Officially Banned

Voice of America

Hong Kong police formally banned the annual Tiananmen candlelit vigil to mourn victims of the crackdown. The vigil has taken place uninterrupted for 30 years.


More Reasons Why Chinese Accusations of Western Media Bias Fall Short

Global Voices

Further analysis of Chinese claims that it is victimized by Western media bias fails to prove much beyond the commitment of English-language journalists to document human rights violations in China.


Trump, Tiananmen and the Rise of Authoritarianism

Johan Lagerkvist

Even if he loses the presidential election , the legacy of Trump is likely to linger in the increasingly divisive politics of the United States.


The World's Only Tiananmen Square Museum May Be Closing

Jessie Guy-Ryan

A legal fight plus an ideological shift among young activists could end one of the few places where Chinese citizens can learn about the June 4th Massacre.

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