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Shedding light on Tiananmen Square

Candlelight illuminates faces in a crowd of tens of thousands in a rain-drenched Hong Kong park. Dressed in black, they are there to remember the 24th anniversary of the bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. (SOUNDBITE) (English) LEE CHEUK-YAN, LEGISLATOR AND CHAIRMAN OF HONG KONG ALLIANCE IN SUPPORT OF PATRIOTIC DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENTS: "We in Hong Kong had a voice for them. Voice for Tiananmen mothers, voice for the mainland compatriots who cannot memorize, cannot even commemorate June 4." On June 3 and June 4, 1989, China's leaders ordered troops to open fire on demonstrators and sent in tanks to crush a student-led campaign movement, killing hundreds. Marking the anniversary in Taiwan, hundreds of students wore masks calling for China to release Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, a dissident involved in the 1989 protests who has been serving an 11-year sentence. China has censored any mention of the anniversar

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