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Photographer Shares Long-Hidden Photos of Tiananmen Protests

For 30 years, photographer Liu Jian hid 2,000 photographs he started taking  April 16, 1989, as mourners began amassing in Beijing's Tiananmen Square the day after the death of reformer Hu Yaobang, a onetime Communist Party leader. The mourners, mostly students at first, made it clear they wanted what Hu wanted: more rights for common people and a more democratic government. Liu bicycled to the square each day as the protests grew, his Nikon camera on his back. A...

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