A Tiananmen Leader-Turned US Army Chaplain Is Desperate to Visit His Dying Mother in China
Former Tiananmen Square leader Xiong Yan says he has spent two years asking for permission to return to visit China, but claims he is being ignored because he is still seen as a dissident.
China Wants to Rid Its Universities of 'Western Values'
The country’s leaders worry that reforms implemented more than three decades ago have allowed non-traditional ideas and teachings to undermine communist ideology and Chinese culture.
This Dissident Really Wants to Go Home, but China Refuses to Arrest Him
Wu'er Kaixi was a leader in the Tiananmen Square protests and believes he's top of Beijing's most-wanted list. Yet he says he can't get arrested as China refuses to acknowledge the 1989 demonstrations and subsequent massacre.