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Tiananmen Massacre – Australian Reporter’s Recount of EventsRead More»

Tiananmen Massacre – Australian Reporter’s Recount of Events

After the massacre, the streets of Beijing had a chilling atmosphere. (Image: Secret China) By Yi Ming, 13 hours ago Peter Ellingsen (Yilin Sen) was from Australia and served as a media reporter in China during 1988-1991; he was also in Tiananmen Square and personally witnessed the terrible massacre. The Apple Daily reported the unforgettable [...]

Date:06/04/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

The Killing Didn’t End After TiananmenRead More»

The Killing Didn’t End After Tiananmen

By Gary Feuerberg, Epoch Times | June 5, 2015Last Updated: June 5, 2015 10:08 pm Student displays a banner with one of the slogans chanted by the crowd of some 200,000 pouring into Tiananmen Square 22 April 1989 in Beijing in an attempt to participate in the funeral ceremony of former Chinese Communist Party leader [...]

Date:06/06/2015 | Category:China News

In Step With Tradition, Chinese Activists Plan Hunger Strike to Mark TiananmenRead More»

In Step With Tradition, Chinese Activists Plan Hunger Strike to Mark Tiananmen

By Jenny Li, Epoch Times and Larry Ong, Epoch Times | June 3, 2015Last Updated: June 3, 2015 8:45 pm Students from Beijing University stage a huge demonstration 18 May 1989 at Tiananmen Square as they start an unlimited hunger strike as the part of mass pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government. (Catherine Henriette/AFP/Getty Images) [...]

Date:06/04/2015 | Category:China News

Princeling Openly Criticizes Xi Jinping For Hardline StanceRead More»

Princeling Openly Criticizes Xi Jinping For Hardline Stance

By Annie Wu, Epoch Times | July 2, 2013Last Updated: July 2, 2013 6:35 pm A photo of Hu Dehua, son of former Chinese Communist Party leader, Hu Yaobang. In a speech given in April, Hu Dehua openly criticized current Party leader Xi Jinping for his hardline position. (Weibo.com) More in Chinese RegimeChinese Woman in [...]

Date:07/03/2013 | Category:China News

Heroes of Tiananmen Square, Where Are They Now?Read More»

Heroes of Tiananmen Square, Where Are They Now?

By Epoch Times | June 4, 2013Last Updated: June 4, 2013 7:10 am Tweet The main participants in the 1989 Chinese student movement enjoy their freedom. Upper row (L to R) Fang Lizhi, Yan Jiaqi, Wang Juntao, Bao Zunxin. Lower row (L to R) Wu'er Kaixi, Chai Ling, Wang Dan, Feng Congde. (AFP/University of Arizona, [...]

Date:06/04/2013 | Category:China News

The Tanks of Tiananmen Crushed Idealism, TooRead More»

The Tanks of Tiananmen Crushed Idealism, Too

By Matthew Little, Epoch Times | June 4, 2013Last Updated: June 4, 2013 7:34 am Tweet A Chinese paramilitary policeman stands guard on Tiananmen Square on June 3, 2013, in Beijing. (Feng Li/Getty Images) Two doctoral students said without a second thought, ‘Why would the people’s army suppress us?’ The students’ naiveté and earnestness make [...]

Date:06/04/2013 | Category:China News

Tiananmen Square Protests: The Banners of Justice (Photos)Read More»

Tiananmen Square Protests: The Banners of Justice (Photos)

By Daniel He | June 4, 2013Last Updated: June 4, 2013 5:18 am Tweet APRIL 18: Students hold aloft a banner calling for 'Freedom & Democracy Enlightenment' on the Martyr's Monument in Tiananmen Square festooned with a large portrait of Hu Yaobang, surrounded with wreaths dedicated to him by people from many universities. (64memo.com) More [...]

Date:06/04/2013 | Category:China News

Sexual Torture Practiced at MasanjiaRead More»

Sexual Torture Practiced at Masanjia

By Carol Wickenkamp, Epoch Times | April 29, 2013Last Updated: April 30, 2013 10:16 am The dissident intellectual Lin Zhao (1932–1968) was executed, after being sentenced to 20 years in jail for "counter-revolutionary activities." Police tried to prevent Chinese gathering on the 45th anniversary of her death at her grave in Jiangsu Province on April [...]

Date:05/03/2013 | Category:China News

Chinese ‘Patriotic’ Speaker Ruined His Career in United StatesRead More»

Chinese ‘Patriotic’ Speaker Ruined His Career in United States

By Jenny Yang, Epoch Times and Alex Wu, Epoch Times | April 8, 2013 Qu Xiao photographed in his home in his later years. During a speaking tour in 1991, Qu Xiao was derided while on stage after he gave a speech extolling the Communist Party; from that day forth his career was finished. (blog.wanxia.com) [...]

Date:04/10/2013 | Category:China News