Louisa Lim

Tuesday 29 July 2014, 7:00 PM

Tiananmen Revisited

In the early hours of 4 June 1989, soldiers from the People‚Äôs Liberation Army opened fire on a pro-democracy protest killing untold hundreds of people. Twenty five years on the event has been commemorated around the world, but how does China remembers this defining moment in the country’s history?