24th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square


    Students from Beijing University stage a huge demonstration in Tiananmen Square as they start an unlimited hunger strike as the part of mass pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


    Students from Beijing University stage a huge demonstration in Tiananmen Square as they start an unlimited hunger strike as the part of mass pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




    Enthusiastic demonstrators are cheered by bystanders as they arrive at Tiananmen Square to show support for the student hunger strike, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)


    Enthusiastic demonstrators are cheered by bystanders as they arrive at Tiananmen Square to show support for the student hunger strike, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)




    Unidentified Beijing youths chant as they drive to Tiananmen Square to lend their enthusiastic support to striking university students, on May 19, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)


    Unidentified Beijing youths chant as they drive to Tiananmen Square to lend their enthusiastic support to striking university students, on May 19, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)




    Art students put finishing touches on their [Goddess of Democracy] statue, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)


    Art students put finishing touches on their [Goddess of Democracy] statue, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)




    Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-tung in Beijing's Tiananmen Square after it was pelted with paint, on May 23, 1989. (Photo by Ed Nachtrieb/Reuters)


    Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-tung in Beijing's Tiananmen Square after it was pelted with paint, on May 23, 1989. (Photo by Ed Nachtrieb/Reuters)




    Student protestors, including one girl with a camera, struggle with soldiers from the Chinese Army, the PLA. Tiananmen Square, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)


    Student protestors, including one girl with a camera, struggle with soldiers from the Chinese Army, the PLA. Tiananmen Square, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)




    Pro-democracy demonstrators raise their fists and flash the victory sign in Beijing while stopping a military truck filled with soldiers on its way to Tiananmen Square on the day when then Prime Minister Li Peng declared Martial Law, May 20, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


    Pro-democracy demonstrators raise their fists and flash the victory sign in Beijing while stopping a military truck filled with soldiers on its way to Tiananmen Square on the day when then Prime Minister Li Peng declared Martial Law, May 20, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




    A student displays a banner with one of the slogans chanted by the crowd of some 200,000 pouring into Tiananmen Square, on April 22, 1989 in Beijing. They were attempting to participate in the funeral ceremony of former Chinese Communist Party leader and liberal reformer Hu Yaobang, during an unauthorized demonstration to mourn his death. His death in April triggered an unprecedented wave of pro-democracy demonstrations. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


    A student displays a banner with one of the slogans chanted by the crowd of some 200,000 pouring into Tiananmen Square, on April 22, 1989 in Beijing. They were attempting to participate in the funeral ceremony of former Chinese Communist Party leader and liberal reformer Hu Yaobang, during an unauthorized demonstration to mourn his death. His death in April triggered an unprecedented wave of pro-democracy demonstrations. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




    A man stands in front of a convoy of tanks in the Avenue of Eternal Peace, Tiananman Square in Beijing, June 5, 1989 in protest of the thousands of pro-democracy student demonstrators that were massacred the previous day by Chinese Troops. (Photo by Arthur Tsang/Reuters)


    A man stands in front of a convoy of tanks in the Avenue of Eternal Peace, Tiananman Square in Beijing, June 5, 1989 in protest of the thousands of pro-democracy student demonstrators that were massacred the previous day by Chinese Troops. (Photo by Arthur Tsang/Reuters)




    Chinese student protestors swarm over a captured PLA tank, Tiananmen Square Protests, Beijing, China, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)


    Chinese student protestors swarm over a captured PLA tank, Tiananmen Square Protests, Beijing, China, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)




    A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


    A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




    Exhausted, humiliated soldiers are hustled away by protesters in central Beijing, on June 3, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


    Exhausted, humiliated soldiers are hustled away by protesters in central Beijing, on June 3, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




    A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him during the bloody June 4 1989 army crackdown on the pro-democracy movement at Beijing's Tiananmen Square. (Photo by Reuters)


    A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him during the bloody June 4 1989 army crackdown on the pro-democracy movement at Beijing's Tiananmen Square. (Photo by Reuters)




    The driver of an armoured personnel carrier that rammed through student lines, injuring many, lies dead after being beaten by students who set his vehicle on fire during an army attack on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


    The driver of an armoured personnel carrier that rammed through student lines, injuring many, lies dead after being beaten by students who set his vehicle on fire during an army attack on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




    A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. A govenment soldier who escaped the armored vehicle was killed by demonstrators. Pro-democracy protesters occupied the square for seven weeks; hundreds died in the early hours of June 4, 1989 when troops shot their way through Beijing's streets to retake the square. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


    A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. A govenment soldier who escaped the armored vehicle was killed by demonstrators. Pro-democracy protesters occupied the square for seven weeks; hundreds died in the early hours of June 4, 1989 when troops shot their way through Beijing's streets to retake the square. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




    People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers leap over a barrier on Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, during heavy clashes with people and dissident students. The PLA was reportedly under orders to clear the square by 6:00 am, with no exceptions. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


    People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers leap over a barrier on Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, during heavy clashes with people and dissident students. The PLA was reportedly under orders to clear the square by 6:00 am, with no exceptions. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




    Beijing residents inspect the interior of more than 20 armored personnel carriers burned by demonstrators to prevent the troops from moving into Tiananmen Square, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)


    Beijing residents inspect the interior of more than 20 armored personnel carriers burned by demonstrators to prevent the troops from moving into Tiananmen Square, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)




    Beijing's streets were bloodstained on June 4th. (Photo by AFP Photo)


    Beijing's streets were bloodstained on June 4th. (Photo by AFP Photo)




    A huge crowd gathers at a Beijing intersection where residents used a bus as a roadblock to keep troops from advancing toward Tiananmen Square in this June 3, 1989 photo. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


    A huge crowd gathers at a Beijing intersection where residents used a bus as a roadblock to keep troops from advancing toward Tiananmen Square in this June 3, 1989 photo. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




    A truck drives Chinese soldiers down Chang'an Boulevard in Beijing, on June 5, 1989, one day after violence between government troops and pro-democracy protesters left hundreds dead. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


    A truck drives Chinese soldiers down Chang'an Boulevard in Beijing, on June 5, 1989, one day after violence between government troops and pro-democracy protesters left hundreds dead. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




    Chinese onlookers run away as a soldier threatens them with a gun on June 5, 1989 as tanks took position at Beijing's key intersections next to the diplomatic compound. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


    Chinese onlookers run away as a soldier threatens them with a gun on June 5, 1989 as tanks took position at Beijing's key intersections next to the diplomatic compound. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




    A girl wounded during the clash between the army and students near Tiananmen Square is carried out by a cart, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)


    A girl wounded during the clash between the army and students near Tiananmen Square is carried out by a cart, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)




    A wall of tanks and APCs greet bicycle commuters near Tiananmen Square, on June 13, 1989, in Beijing. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)


    A wall of tanks and APCs greet bicycle commuters near Tiananmen Square, on June 13, 1989, in Beijing. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)




    A Chinese couple on a bicycle take cover beneath an underpass as tanks deploy overhead in eastern Beijing, on June 5, 1989. (Photo by Liu Heung Shing/AP Photo)


    A Chinese couple on a bicycle take cover beneath an underpass as tanks deploy overhead in eastern Beijing, on June 5, 1989. (Photo by Liu Heung Shing/AP Photo)




    A handcuffed man is led by Chinese soldiers on a street in Beijing, in June of 1989, as police and soldiers searched for people involved in the April-June pro-democracy protests. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)


    A handcuffed man is led by Chinese soldiers on a street in Beijing, in June of 1989, as police and soldiers searched for people involved in the April-June pro-democracy protests. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)




    The bodies of dead civilians lie among mangled bicycles near Beijing's Tiananmen Square after pro-democracy student demonstrations sparked a massacre on June 4, 1989. (Photo by AP Photo)


    The bodies of dead civilians lie among mangled bicycles near Beijing's Tiananmen Square after pro-democracy student demonstrations sparked a massacre on June 4, 1989. (Photo by AP Photo)

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24th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square


Students from Beijing University stage a huge demonstration in Tiananmen Square as they start an unlimited hunger strike as the part of mass pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


Students from Beijing University stage a huge demonstration in Tiananmen Square as they start an unlimited hunger strike as the part of mass pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




Enthusiastic demonstrators are cheered by bystanders as they arrive at Tiananmen Square to show support for the student hunger strike, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)


Enthusiastic demonstrators are cheered by bystanders as they arrive at Tiananmen Square to show support for the student hunger strike, on May 18, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)




Unidentified Beijing youths chant as they drive to Tiananmen Square to lend their enthusiastic support to striking university students, on May 19, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)


Unidentified Beijing youths chant as they drive to Tiananmen Square to lend their enthusiastic support to striking university students, on May 19, 1989. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)




Art students put finishing touches on their [Goddess of Democracy] statue, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)


Art students put finishing touches on their [Goddess of Democracy] statue, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)




Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-tung in Beijing's Tiananmen Square after it was pelted with paint, on May 23, 1989. (Photo by Ed Nachtrieb/Reuters)


Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-tung in Beijing's Tiananmen Square after it was pelted with paint, on May 23, 1989. (Photo by Ed Nachtrieb/Reuters)




Student protestors, including one girl with a camera, struggle with soldiers from the Chinese Army, the PLA. Tiananmen Square, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)


Student protestors, including one girl with a camera, struggle with soldiers from the Chinese Army, the PLA. Tiananmen Square, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)




Pro-democracy demonstrators raise their fists and flash the victory sign in Beijing while stopping a military truck filled with soldiers on its way to Tiananmen Square on the day when then Prime Minister Li Peng declared Martial Law, May 20, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


Pro-democracy demonstrators raise their fists and flash the victory sign in Beijing while stopping a military truck filled with soldiers on its way to Tiananmen Square on the day when then Prime Minister Li Peng declared Martial Law, May 20, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




A student displays a banner with one of the slogans chanted by the crowd of some 200,000 pouring into Tiananmen Square, on April 22, 1989 in Beijing. They were attempting to participate in the funeral ceremony of former Chinese Communist Party leader and liberal reformer Hu Yaobang, during an unauthorized demonstration to mourn his death. His death in April triggered an unprecedented wave of pro-democracy demonstrations. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


A student displays a banner with one of the slogans chanted by the crowd of some 200,000 pouring into Tiananmen Square, on April 22, 1989 in Beijing. They were attempting to participate in the funeral ceremony of former Chinese Communist Party leader and liberal reformer Hu Yaobang, during an unauthorized demonstration to mourn his death. His death in April triggered an unprecedented wave of pro-democracy demonstrations. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




A man stands in front of a convoy of tanks in the Avenue of Eternal Peace, Tiananman Square in Beijing, June 5, 1989 in protest of the thousands of pro-democracy student demonstrators that were massacred the previous day by Chinese Troops. (Photo by Arthur Tsang/Reuters)


A man stands in front of a convoy of tanks in the Avenue of Eternal Peace, Tiananman Square in Beijing, June 5, 1989 in protest of the thousands of pro-democracy student demonstrators that were massacred the previous day by Chinese Troops. (Photo by Arthur Tsang/Reuters)




Chinese student protestors swarm over a captured PLA tank, Tiananmen Square Protests, Beijing, China, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)


Chinese student protestors swarm over a captured PLA tank, Tiananmen Square Protests, Beijing, China, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/Associated Press)




A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




Exhausted, humiliated soldiers are hustled away by protesters in central Beijing, on June 3, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


Exhausted, humiliated soldiers are hustled away by protesters in central Beijing, on June 3, 1989. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him during the bloody June 4 1989 army crackdown on the pro-democracy movement at Beijing's Tiananmen Square. (Photo by Reuters)


A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him during the bloody June 4 1989 army crackdown on the pro-democracy movement at Beijing's Tiananmen Square. (Photo by Reuters)




The driver of an armoured personnel carrier that rammed through student lines, injuring many, lies dead after being beaten by students who set his vehicle on fire during an army attack on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


The driver of an armoured personnel carrier that rammed through student lines, injuring many, lies dead after being beaten by students who set his vehicle on fire during an army attack on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, June 4, 1989. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. A govenment soldier who escaped the armored vehicle was killed by demonstrators. Pro-democracy protesters occupied the square for seven weeks; hundreds died in the early hours of June 4, 1989 when troops shot their way through Beijing's streets to retake the square. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


A student protester puts barricades in the path of an already burning armored personnel carrier that rammed through student lines during an army attack on anti-government demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, early June 4, 1989. A govenment soldier who escaped the armored vehicle was killed by demonstrators. Pro-democracy protesters occupied the square for seven weeks; hundreds died in the early hours of June 4, 1989 when troops shot their way through Beijing's streets to retake the square. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers leap over a barrier on Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, during heavy clashes with people and dissident students. The PLA was reportedly under orders to clear the square by 6:00 am, with no exceptions. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers leap over a barrier on Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, during heavy clashes with people and dissident students. The PLA was reportedly under orders to clear the square by 6:00 am, with no exceptions. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




Beijing residents inspect the interior of more than 20 armored personnel carriers burned by demonstrators to prevent the troops from moving into Tiananmen Square, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)


Beijing residents inspect the interior of more than 20 armored personnel carriers burned by demonstrators to prevent the troops from moving into Tiananmen Square, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)




Beijing's streets were bloodstained on June 4th. (Photo by AFP Photo)


Beijing's streets were bloodstained on June 4th. (Photo by AFP Photo)




A huge crowd gathers at a Beijing intersection where residents used a bus as a roadblock to keep troops from advancing toward Tiananmen Square in this June 3, 1989 photo. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


A huge crowd gathers at a Beijing intersection where residents used a bus as a roadblock to keep troops from advancing toward Tiananmen Square in this June 3, 1989 photo. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




A truck drives Chinese soldiers down Chang'an Boulevard in Beijing, on June 5, 1989, one day after violence between government troops and pro-democracy protesters left hundreds dead. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)


A truck drives Chinese soldiers down Chang'an Boulevard in Beijing, on June 5, 1989, one day after violence between government troops and pro-democracy protesters left hundreds dead. (Photo by Jeff Widener/AP Photo)




Chinese onlookers run away as a soldier threatens them with a gun on June 5, 1989 as tanks took position at Beijing's key intersections next to the diplomatic compound. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)


Chinese onlookers run away as a soldier threatens them with a gun on June 5, 1989 as tanks took position at Beijing's key intersections next to the diplomatic compound. (Photo by Catherine Henriette/AFP Photo)




A girl wounded during the clash between the army and students near Tiananmen Square is carried out by a cart, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)


A girl wounded during the clash between the army and students near Tiananmen Square is carried out by a cart, on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)




A wall of tanks and APCs greet bicycle commuters near Tiananmen Square, on June 13, 1989, in Beijing. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)


A wall of tanks and APCs greet bicycle commuters near Tiananmen Square, on June 13, 1989, in Beijing. (Photo by Sadayuki Mikami/AP Photo)




A Chinese couple on a bicycle take cover beneath an underpass as tanks deploy overhead in eastern Beijing, on June 5, 1989. (Photo by Liu Heung Shing/AP Photo)


A Chinese couple on a bicycle take cover beneath an underpass as tanks deploy overhead in eastern Beijing, on June 5, 1989. (Photo by Liu Heung Shing/AP Photo)




A handcuffed man is led by Chinese soldiers on a street in Beijing, in June of 1989, as police and soldiers searched for people involved in the April-June pro-democracy protests. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)


A handcuffed man is led by Chinese soldiers on a street in Beijing, in June of 1989, as police and soldiers searched for people involved in the April-June pro-democracy protests. (Photo by Manuel Ceneta/AFP Photo)




The bodies of dead civilians lie among mangled bicycles near Beijing's Tiananmen Square after pro-democracy student demonstrations sparked a massacre on June 4, 1989. (Photo by AP Photo)


The bodies of dead civilians lie among mangled bicycles near Beijing's Tiananmen Square after pro-democracy student demonstrations sparked a massacre on June 4, 1989. (Photo by AP Photo)

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