Gao Heng asked to commemorate Tiananmen with prayer and repentance. He was told this is a criminal offense in China.
Rose Tang, then a student protest leader, discusses with Bitter Winter those terrible hours and their implications for the current situation.
Activists and advocates of the 1989 student protest, which was violently crushed by the regime, continue to be monitored and suppressed to this day.
After General Yang Baibing, another symposium celebrates Wang Fang, who as Minister of Public Security shared responsibility for the students’ carnage.
On September 9, the Party honored the centenary of the birth of Yang Baibing, the general who in 1989 ordered to shoot unarmed protesters in Tiananmen Square
Challenging the CCP’s prohibition, a massive democratic crowd gathered in Victoria Park on June 4. Bitter Winter publishes exclusive images of what happened.
Tomorrow’s event in Rome stands as a crucial symbol for the entire world. Bitter Winter will be there
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.