Tiananmen Square massacre
China’s Top Influencer Is Cancelled Over a Piece of Cake
The career of the country’s “Lipstick King” is in jeopardy after he accidentally touched on Beijing’s taboo in his livestream.
Hong Kong University Tears Down Memorial for Tiananmen Victims
The statue was removed as people slept last night, and with it came down one of the last public symbols of freedom of expression in Hong Kong.
Why Asking What Day It Is Could Get You in Trouble in China
A social media giant may have waded into a political minefield without knowing it.
They Condemned Beijing for Crushing Tiananmen Protests. Now They Work for the Government.
Pro-Beijing politicians, business executives, and singers were among the staunch supporters of China’s pro-democracy movement in 1989.
Chinese General Who Defied Orders to Crush Tiananmen Protests Dies at 85
‘I would rather be killed than become a sinner of history,’ said Xu Qinxian, who commanded the elite 38th Army.
Zoom Shut Down a Chinese Dissident's Account After He Held a Tiananmen Square Memorial
Zhou Fengsuo says his account was locked at the behest of the Chinese government.
Hong Kongers Defied a Ban on the Tiananmen Square Massacre Vigil
For the first time in 30 years, Hong Kong banned a vigil for the massacre because of coronavirus. Some worry it could set a precedent.
Hong Kong's Youth Won't Let China Erase the Memory of Tiananmen
“I first came because I felt that the June 4 incident was tragic. But now I think that June 4 has more and more to do with Hong Kong’s political situation, or the things we’re fighting against.”
China Detains Two Men for Selling Booze Commemorating Tiananmen Square Massacre
State authorities in the Southwestern province of Sichuan just detained two men for trying to sell and promote limited-edition bottles of baijiu bearing labels that commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.