Tiananmen anniversary sparks protest art

This article was originally published under the headline “#TankMen2018, a global work of protest art” on 7-June-2018 by The Economist. Link to original article: HERE

To commemorate the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, people are dressing up as the famous dissident icon.

IN 1989 Fengsuo Zhou was a student at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Like many of his classmates, he went to Tiananmen Square Continue reading “Tiananmen anniversary sparks protest art”

Higher turnout at Tiananmen massacre commemoration

This article was originally published under the headline “Hong Kong June 4 Vigil Turnout Up From Last Year” on 5-June-2018 by China Digital Times. Link to original article: HERE

Hong Kong’s annual candlelight vigil in commemoration of the lives lost in the crackdown on protesters in Beijing on June 4, 1989 this year attracted 115,000 people–5,000 more than last year–according to organizers. The figure provided by local police, however Continue reading “Higher turnout at Tiananmen massacre commemoration”