Workers unite students: the backbone in the late stage of 1989 democratic movement --Interview with Li Jinjin, legal advisor of Beijing Workers’ Autonomous Federation
“The working class is the most advanced social class, we must shoulder the backbone of the democratic movement.”
Workers' Declaration (21 May, 1989)
Sowing seeds in the wilderland. Three post-80s teachers passing down the memories of June 4 Massacre
“The fight against autocracy and dictatorship is the fight between remembrance and oblivion.” Holding on to memories of June 4 is a great and long-lasting battle between Hong Konger and the Chinese Communist Party. In the battleground of education, the Chinese Communist Party is also mindful of its importance.
Protecting the June Fourth Memory, from 1989 to now
Three decades ago, a widespread democracy movement took place in Beijing. People in Mainland, Hong Kong and overseas, all held their breath while witnessing the development of the movement. They hoped that this movement would finally bring some changes to the corrupted dictatorship of China. When the shooting broke out on June 4, 1989, their hope was devastated, but the tears and bloodshed on the Tiananmen Square have never vanished from their memories. Until now, people in Hong Kong still mourn for the victims.