A survivor of the Tiananmen massacre, former well-known Hong Kong politician, and now human rights activist, Mr. Lee tells Bitter Winter that Honk Kong’s fight for democracy is just as crucial for the West.
To prevent mass protests, CCP increases “stability control” over students and teachers in the months commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre and Urumqi riots.
After the folly of the “one-child policy”, here comes the folly of the “two-child policy”. And girls are still selectively aborted.
Highlighting the strong connection between the persecution that the CCP wages against religions and the 1989 massacre.
The remembrance rally of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation sent a clear message to Beijing on the 30th anniversary of the bloodshed. “Bitter Winter” was there.
June 4 commemorates Tiananmen. It is more than a memory. Persecution continues in China, and is even exported abroad through the harassment of refugees.
Thirty years after the horrible massacre, which took away their children forever, they keep on fighting for the truth. An exhibit in Washington, D.C., honors them.
Scholars from eight countries hail Tiananmen and Religious Persecution in China as a valuable tool for both classrooms and human rights events.
Our magazine joins several religious organizations, NGOs in commemorating the 30th anniversary of the June 4, 1989 massacre.