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The SupChina Quiz: May 35th

It’s the last Thursday of the month, which means it’s quiz time! Last month was a quiz in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement. Today, with the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests just around the corner, we present…

The date that shall not be mentioned

Twelve questions to test how much you know about the events leading up, during, and after June 4, 1989. Let us know how you do — tweet your score @supchinanews.


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Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and editor-at-large of SupChina.

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  1. Huan Reply

    I was in southwest of Tiananmen Square the whole night in 64 except 2-3clock as I lived in Xijiaominxiang. I didn’t witness any killing inside and around the Sqaure, though shots were continuously fired. Liu Xiaobo proved it in a video interview and Zhou Duan, one of Four Gentlemen in Square, also admitted no blood shed in Square In his intervew of yesterday by NYT. I met some foreign reporters I know, Jaime Florcrus and John Liu there and I think they could honestly prove no Tiananmen Massacre. Assange made same conclusion as he got the telegraphs from US embassy confirming the truth.
    I don’t in any way mean there is no blood shed at all in city. My parents lived in Muxidi, I can also prove a few dozen people killed there as bullets strayed and killed their neighbor at home.
    I really think media should also respect history if it wanted Communists to do the same. Otherwise I and many others would think west and its media are just in ally of demonizing China as part of war to make China slow down and to avoid being overpassed and replaced as number one. And actually no Chinese leader is interested to become a superpower to police the shithole world.

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