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BEIJING – All is quiet in Tiananmen Square today, save for the footsteps of undercover police and the occasional hum of an overhead drone.
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the crushing of the Tiananmen Square protests, which left hundreds dead. What do you think?
(BEIJING) – Executives at Jeep reacted swiftly today, after one of their vehicles ploughed into Tiananmen Square, killing five and injuring several franchises.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – A freelance journalist who has prepared an in-depth scoop about the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre is simply waiting for the right time to file it, friends said yesterday.
HONG KONG – Events marking the 15-year anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the mainland were overshadowed this weekend by the arrival of an ominous personality vacuum.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) — “Panguso”, a government-sponsored search engine, has quickly become the country’s leading search engine, according to official figures.
BEIJING (Agencies) – Leaked US embassy cables from 1989 have revealed that the man blocking a tank during demonstrations in Tiananmen Square was mistakenly trying to hail a bus.