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China: Three sentenced to death for 2013 Tiananmen Gate attack

Jun 16, 2014

China: Three sentenced to death for 2013 Tiananmen Gate attack

A court in western China sentenced three people to death for planning a deadly car ramming at Beijing's iconic Tiananmen Gate last year. #World #China #NewsTracker #Death sentence #Tiananmen Square #Beijing #Xinjiang #Tiananmen Square protests #car accident #militants #Tiananmen Gate #Uighurs
Tiananmen crackdown and the persistence of Chinese memory

Jun 04, 2013

Tiananmen crackdown and the persistence of Chinese memory

China has reinvented itself - economically and politically - several times over since the bloody crackdown on the student protest movement of 1989. Yet, many Chinese citizens cling on to the memories for a reason. #China #Tiananmen Square #EyeOnChina #Democracy #Tiananmen Square protests #June 4 1989 #China Student protests
Will US protection of Chinese dissident fray relations with China?

Apr 29, 2012

Will US protection of Chinese dissident fray relations with China?

In 2001, relations between Beijing and Washington suffered a plunge after a collision between a Chinese fighter jet and US surveillance plane. Will US protection of Chen Guangcheng do the same? #United States #China #NewsTracker #Tiananmen Square protests #Bo Xilai #Blind people
Two of a kind: Why China is betting on Narendra Modi

Aug 29, 2011

Two of a kind: Why China is betting on Narendra Modi

If China's leaders are signalling they can do business with Modi by rolling out the red carpet, it's because they see a bit of themselves in Modi. #HowThisWorks #BJP #Narendra Modi #Chinese government #Tiananmen Square protests #Communist Party

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Two of a kind: Why China is betting on Narendra Modi

Jul 02, 2014

Sinosphere Blog: In Hong Kong, a Potent Visual Echo of Tiananmen

Amid the protesters in the city on Tuesday was a papier-mâché replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue, the icon of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, this one built by students born years after Beijing’s bloody crackdown... #Beijing #Hong Kong
Two of a kind: Why China is betting on Narendra Modi

Jul 10, 2014

Sinosphere Blog: Police Detain Party Critic for Role in Tiananmen Commemoration

Murong Xuecun, a prominent critic of the Communist Party whose real name is Hao Qun, was detained by the police in Beijing for his role in a small commemoration of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests... #Beijing #Communist Party #China