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Lee Cheuk-yan

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China tries to stop Hong Kong building Tiananmen Square Museum


The world’s first permanent museum dedicated to China’s Tiananmen Square massacre is hoping to open – sparking tensions in host city Hong Kong. The planned opening comes ahead of a key anniversary of the bloody crackdown, which saw hundreds killed when Chinese troops opened fire on pro-democracy protesters, on June 3/4, 1989. But the bid … Continue reading

Demand in China, Hong Kong for investigation of June 4 leader’s bizarre death


Hong Kong’s Singtao Daily reports that since democracy movement leader Li Wangyang’s bizarre death in Shaoyang, Hunan, the authorities have urged his relatives to cremate Li’s body. However, the relatives have insisted that a detailed autopsy should be carried out in a lawyer’s presence. Li’s relatives and friends have already entrusted Guangzhou lawyer Tang Jingling … Continue reading

Bizarre “suicide” in Hunan of June 4 leader is suspected murder


Singtao Daily gives a comprehensive report today that Li Wangyang, a June 4 democracy movement leader who was imprisoned for 21 years, was found dead in a bizarre manner in a hospital in Hunan. He looked to have died of suicide, hanging on a piece of white cloth, but his feet had not left the … Continue reading

180,000 mourners in Hong Kong for June 4 remembrance, a new record


Hong Kong media Ming Pao and SCMP report that 180,000 people attended the candle light vigil in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park, to commemorate those killed in the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre. However police put the number at just 85,000. According to SCMP’s description, waving candles and singing, the crowd spread across six soccer pitches and the … Continue reading

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