1989 Participant's Profile: Duan Changlong (段昌隆) | Countdown for China | 15 May 2014 | Amnesty International UK

1989 Participant's Profile: Duan Changlong (段昌隆)

Duan Changlong (段昌隆),Graduate of Qinghua University (admitted in 1984) Chemical Engineering Department. On the night of June 3, 1989, Duan left home on his bicycle, and encountered the martial law troops involved in a confrontation with a crowd of people in the vicinity of the Minorities Palace. He went up to mediate and was shot in the chest at close range by a small pistol. He died in the early morning of June 4 at the Posts Hospital. His ashes are kept at the Wanan Public Cemetery in the western suburbs.

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