How Much Do Young Chinese Know About the Tiananmen Square Massacre?

The famous 'Tank Man' photo.

Tiananmen Square massacre’s iconic picture known as Tank Man is unfamiliar to most young Chinese today. (Image: Michael Mandiberg via Flicker)

Authorities Removed Pillar of Shame Memorial in Hong Kong

Orange 'Pillar of 'Shame statue.

The Hong Kong ‘Pillar of Shame’ on the campus of the University of Hong Kong. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

5 Atrocities Committed by the CCP

Female Falun Gong practitioner meditates wearing a white top with heart, liver, and kidney drawn on with price tags showing how much money the Chinese Communist Party makes when they kill someone and use the organs for a transplant surgery.

The history of the Chinese Communist Party is marked by the massive use of violence against the Chinese people as a means of total control. (Image: via Flying Cloud Productions)

Why Do Hong Kong People Persist in Mourning June 4th, Which Had Nothing to Do With Them?

Hong Kong Tiananmen candlelight vigil.

The people of Hong Kong hold a candlelight vigil in memory of all those who perished, their dreams cruelly crushed, and paid the ultimate sacrifice at Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989. (Image: Garry Knight via Flickr)

June 4, 1989: Tiananmen Square Was a Killing Ground

A painting of Chinese prodemocracy protestors.

A photo of a painting depicting Chinese prodemocracy protestors during June 4, 1989. (Image: Thierry Ehrmann via Flickr)

Future of Hong Kong’s Vigil Honoring Tiananmen Square Massacre Victims in Doubt

Candlelight vigil for Tiananmen Square Massacre.

People join a vigil for the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989 in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park on 4 June, 2015. (Image: Jess Yu via Dreamstime)

Vindictive: Sentencing of Jimmy Lai Signals CCP Intention to Crush Hong Kong

HK billionaire and pro democracy veteran Jimmy Lai sentenced

Nine Hong Kong veteran pro-democracy activists and lawmakers, including the founder of Next Media, Zhiying Jimmy Lai, were sentenced to prison for their participation in pro-democracy protests in August 2019. (Image: via

Tiananmen Square Wristwatch Withdrawn From Sale by UK Auction House

A Tiananmen Square wristwatch.

A UK auction house specializing in luxury watches and unique pieces of jewelry has withdrawn a watch given as a reward to Chinese soldiers who participated in the Tiananmen Square Massacre. (Image: via Fellows)

Remembering the Tiananmen Square Massacre

The Statue of Democracy at Tiananmen Square in 1989.

The Statue of Democracy at Tiananmen Square in 1989. (Image: via Public Domain)