- The New York Times brings us in depth with the various photographers (yes, there was more than one) that captured the lone man standing in front of a line of tanks – possibly the most damaging photo(s) to China’s reputation ever taken.
- CNN talks to former student leader Xiong Yan, who describes meeting senior government leaders before the government crackdown.
- In case you wanted a play by play run down, the BBC has a timeline of the protests – including the tulmultuous month before the final showdown at Tiananmen.
- Banned Chinese novelist Ma Jian, who was there on the day of the protests andd recently wrote the book, Beijing Coma, on it, talks to The Guardian about China’s big attempted memory wipe.
- Never before seen footage compiled by Muriel Southerland, who was there during the protests with her handycam in tow.
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