Remembering Tiananmen Square

It may be 23 years since Chinese soldiers gunned down unarmed protesters near Tiananmen Square, but memories of that day remain raw for pro-democracy activists within and outside the country.

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    Co-curated with Hou Hanru and Phillip Tinari, the show attempts to present an intellectual history of contemporary art in China from the two decades between the generational tragedy of Tiananmen Square and the country’s geopolitical ascent represented by ...
    10/14/2017 - 3:04 am | View Link
  • In Xi Jinping's scary new China, Big Brother meets big data
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    10/13/2017 - 1:58 pm | View Link
  • World War III With China
    Midflight, the missiles suddenly nose-dive into the Pacific. In a bunker buried deep beneath Tiananmen Square, President Xi Jinping’s handpicked successor, Li Keqiang, even more nationalistic than his mentor, is outraged that Washington would attempt a ...
    10/9/2017 - 12:39 pm | View Link
  • While Persecution Spreads, So Does Hope: An Interview With Hang Tung Chow
    She is also an Executive Committee member of Amnesty International Hong Kong and Labour Action China, a member of the Tiananmen Mothers Campaign, a public speaker, and a conservationist. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Ms. Chow is currently a barrister at ...
    10/4/2017 - 7:42 pm | View Link
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    United States-China relations, more often known as U.S.–Chinese relations, Chinese–U.S. relations, or Sino-American relations, refer to international relations ...
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  • Liu Xiaobo, Chinese dissident and Nobel laureate, dies
    International criticism of the Chinese government is mounting following the death of Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights campaigner Liu Xiaobo on Thursday.
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