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2020/06/12 | Voice of America

Zoom Temporarily Suspends Account After Hosting Tiananmen Square Event

Humanitarian China, an organization focused on providing relief for political prisoners and activists, had its Zoom account shut down. "It seems possible Zoom acted on pressure from the CCP," the organization said in a statement.

2020/06/04 | TNL Staff

Taipei Holds Tiananmen Vigil in Solidarity With Hong Kong

Taipei holds its annual Tiananmen vigil and shows support for Hong Kong, where the memorial was banned for the first time in 30 years.

2019/08/29 | TIME

Canada Deports a Tiananmen Activist With Mental Health Problems

Canada has deported Chinese dissident Yang Wei on the grounds that his violent tendencies would threaten public safety.

2019/07/26 | Allan Au

A Journalist’s Decision: What Happened Before Li Peng’s 1991 TVB Interview?

In 1991, two TVB reporters had the opportunity to interview Li Peng exclusively for the first time after the Tiananmen Massacre, but as journalists, they were faced with an ethical dilemma.

2017/06/08 | TNL Staff

CARTOON: China Rebuffs Taiwan President's Comments on Tiananmen Massacre

China hit back at President Tsai-Ing-wen’s tweets that called for China to adopt democratic reforms.

2016/11/08 | Johan Lagerkvist

Trump, Tiananmen and the Rise of Authoritarianism

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

2015/10/15 | Sid Weng

Japan Displeased with Inclusion of the Nanjing Massacre in the Memory of the World by UNESCO

During Chinese State Councilor Yang Jie-chi’s visit to Japan, UNESCO decided to include the 1937 Nanjing Massacre documents in the Memory of the World. Tokyo remains suspicious about the credibility of these documents and protests against the decision. Japan is also considering suspending its funding for UNESCO.