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The Spirit of Freedom: From Tiananmen to Iran to the Berlin Wall

The 25th anniversary of 4 June massacre is an heritage not only to the Chinese people but also to many others seeking for freedom like today Iranian peoples.
“The students of Tiananmen Square are part of the history of Iranians fight for freedom,” said Ms. Momeni. “And today as a student and as an activist, I’m deeply honored to present this award to all the nameless students of the 1989 pro-democracy movement in China.”

Hong Kong Remembers Tiananmen Protests

Hong Kong recall Tiananmen Square protest on June 1989 with tens of thousand gathered to to mark the 25th anniversary of the massacre, a thing that could not be seen in Beijing.
t has been 25 years since China’s crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square. China’s leadership has taken great steps to silence any discussion of the events of 1989, the massive protest rallies that took place that spring in Beijing and other cities and the bloody crackdown that followed.

EU Condemns China Arrests Before Tiananmen Massacre Anniversary

“We are deeply concerned by the recent arrests and detentions of a large number of peaceful human rights defenders, lawyers and intellectuals,” said EU foreign affairs and security policy chief Catherine Ashton.
Beside human rights activists detained ahead of the 25th anniversary of the 1989 crackdown, Beijing police have also detained a Chinese news assistant for a Japanese newspaper.

Chinese People living in the US are Eager to Quit the Communist Party

A middle-aged Chinese man came with his 70-year-old mother to the information display area. When a practitioner asked her if she knew about the movement of Quitting the Party and its affiliates, she wanted to withdraw and gave her real name.
A middle-aged Chinese man told practitioners that his family had already quit the Party and its affiliates. He said, “The CCP is so rotten! We will see the end of it very soon!”

US Group To Honor Two Jailed Chinese Dissidents

Chinese Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo and New Citizen’s Movement founder Xu Zhiyong, both detained in jail in China will be presented with a award by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) in Washington
It is to to mark the 25th anniversary of the bloody military crackdown on the student in 1989.
The Democracy Award is a small-scale replica of the Goddess of Democracy constructed by students in Tiananmen Square

Chinese Peasants Lose Land and Life to Finance Local Governments

Chinese farmers, driven to fury and desperation when during a decade their lands are stolen without compensation, gathered to protest in Taiping. Yunnan Province.
Armed hired gangsters es were unleashed on the unarmed crowd of peasants’ resulting in two men allegedly beaten to death and, at least 20 villagers injured,.

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