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Los Angeles Times Staff WritersDriven by a desire to vent rage and sorrow kindled by historic events in their homeland, Chinese scattered throughout the world have turned to a collection of computer networks they have fashioned into a high-tech version of Chinese wallposters. From...
The Associated PressExiled student leaders, Hong Kong citizens and Taiwan's president on Friday challenged China's silence on the 21st anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown with tributes outside the mainland - and on the Internet. Tens of thousands of people...
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Chicago Tribune foreign correspondentZhao Ziyang, the former leader of China's Communist Party who spent the last 15 years of his life under house arrest, came to symbolize an incident that the nation's political elite want to ignore but the world cannot forget: the Tiananmen massacre....
Tribune foreign correspondentAlong a narrow mud road that cuts through the unending farmland of central China sits a peasant village so modest it hardly deserves its evocative name. At the end of the lane is the dirt-floored hovel of Bai Li Yun, an illiterate farmer who cannot...
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