China

Album: Speaking of Dreams (1989)
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  • In June 1989, hundreds of unarmed people, mostly students, protesting peacefully in Tiananmen Square, were massacred in one of the most shameful incidents in modern history. The world watched in horrified fascination as a solitary, anonymous unarmed student faced down the might of the Red Army.
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