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Tiananmen’s ‘Most Wanted’ – Four inspiring activists remember the crackdown – Part Two

Headline Title:  Tiananmen’s ‘Most Wanted’ - Part Two 03 June 2014 In the second of a two-part series, two individuals whose names appeared in China’s “Most Wanted” list for their role in the Tiananmen protests in 1989 shared their experiences with Amnesty International.See the first part here.Shao Jiang: ‘In China, you still can’t talk about what happened’When Shao Jiang and a small group of friends gathered in secret in a university dormitory near Beijing in 1989, they never imagined they were writing history.An 18-year-old student leader at the time, he used to smuggle pro-democracy…

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