THEY KILL STUDENTS, DON’T THEY?

Thousands of Chinese and foreign tourists flocked to Tiananmen Square on Saturday, the anniversary of the deadly 1989 crackdown on mass pro-democracy protests, amid a noticeable police presence.

The sensitive anniversary of the brutal June 4 army action in the heart of Beijing comes as the Chinese government wages its toughest clampdown on dissent in years, rounding up dozens of lawyers, writers and artists in recent months.

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THEY KILL STUDENTS, DON’T THEY? — 3 Comments

  1. No, Tracey. It is and has always been this blog’s practice to allow anything on it to be used by others, even without asking or crediting.

    Freely I steal, freely I give.