Post Tagged with: "June 4"

Chinese regime turns Wukan into “war zone”

Riot police seal off Wukan streets.

Fierce clashes as protesters defy crackdown on China’s “democracy village”

Hong Kong: Federation of Students withdraws from Tiananmen vigil

Hong Kong: Federation of Students withdraws from Tiananmen vigil

Decision is not ‘radical’ but a further step backwards from mass anti-government struggle

Hong Kong: Has June 4 candlelight vigil become just a “ritual”?

Hong Kong: Has June 4 candlelight vigil become just a “ritual”?

End the monopoly of the ‘moderate’ pan-democrats! Transform June 4 into a platform to mobilise for mass struggle

Is China heading for a new Tiananmen?

Is China heading for a new Tiananmen?

26th anniversary of the Beijing massacre on June 4, 1989, is also a warning of revolutionary shocks ahead

Tiananmen massacre remembered at massive Hong Kong vigil

June 4 in Hong Kong, around 200,000 took part in 2013.

180,000 attend ‘6.4’ anniversary protest • Rival protest events show political polarisation Nate Norman and Jaco Lam, Socialist Action (CWI Hong Kong) On the 25th anniversary of the Beijing massacre, Hong Kong’s candlelight vigil commemorating those killed had a strong turnout of 180,000 people, topping the past two years’ attendance. […]