Rappler's latest stories on Tiananmen Square protests
Thirty years after the killings of June 4, 1989, the Chinese government still keeps a lid on what really happened and how many died on that fateful day.
Semi-autonomous Hong Kong has seen tens of thousands gather at the candlelit vigil in Victoria Park since 1990, while any mention of Beijing's brutal crackdown on students calling for democracy on June 4, 1989, remains strictly censored in the mainland
UPDATE Hong Kong and Macau are the only places in China where the brutal military intervention is openly commemorated
Authorities launch a major push every June 4 to prevent discussion of the violently crushed 1989 pro democracy protests
Hong Kong will be the only Chinese city to openly mark the 24th anniversary of the bloody crackdown in Tiananmen Square
Hundreds of pro democracy activists marched through central Hong Kong on May 27 to mark the 23rd anniversary of the crushing of the Tiananmen Square protests in Beijing