No More Tiananmen Square ‘Incidents’

Giovanni Navarria
Jun 4, 2019 · 12 min read

The CCP can count on Online Vigilantes and the Internet to stop it.

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Chairman Mao portrait on the Heavenly Gate in Tiananmen square (Photo by: Giovanni Navarria)
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Chairman Mao Mausoleum in Tiananmen square (Photo by: Giovanni Navarria)
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Protesters in Hong Kong, November 2014 (Photo by: Pasu Au Yeung — CC BY 2.0)

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