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Protestors to Mark the 24th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre in 1989

On Tuesday the 4th of June, 7pm-9pm, around 120 protesters gathered outside the Chinese Embassy in London to commemorate victims of the Tiananmen (Beijing) Massacre in 1989. Protesters read out the names of known victims of the massacre. This year, the vigil saw more young people joining the June Fourth commemoration. Although the Chinese regime has continued to suppress the truth about what happened 24 years ago, more and more young people have started to look for the truth.




The 24th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre


RFA in Chinese


BBC in Chinese


Epoch Time in Chinese

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Would it be better if the protest is held during daytime when the embassy is still open?

nl2012 11 years ago