Amid Crackdown, China’s Dissidents Fight to Keep the Spirit of Tiananmen Alive
When NPR reporter Louisa Lim brought the iconic photograph of “Tank Man”—the young Chinese man who stood before a column of tanks on June 5, 1989, just one day after the massacre at Tiananmen Square—to the campuses of four prestigious universities in Beijing, only 15 of the 100 students she randomly interviewed could identify the picture.
In her book, Lim wrote:
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