Français : Manifestations de la place Tiananmen
Deutsch : Tian'anmen-Massaker
Esperanto : Protestoj sur Tian An Men-placo
Português : Protesto na Praça Tiananmem em 1989
Italiano : Protesta di Piazza Tien an men
Nederlands : Studentenopstand 1989
한국어 : 톈안먼 사건(천안문사건 天安門事件)
日本語 : 六四天安門事件（ろくよんてんあんもんじけん）
Bahasa Indonesia : Demonstrasi Tiananmen 1989
العربية : مظاهرات ساحة تيانانمن
警告！ 太多死難者的相片 ( 六四事件相片可能引起不安 )
Warning: June 4 photos might contain explicit pictures depicting victims of a violent crime. Viewer discretion is advised.作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:20
胡耀邦逝世以前，北京學生討論中國民主前途早已相當熱烈。圖為北京大學的“民主沙龍”四月五日的一次集會，中為歷史系學生王丹，右為方勵之夫人，北大教師李淑嫻。“民主沙龍”的創辦人劉剛也是方勵之和李淑嫻的學生。 Beijing University student Wang Dan, center, talks to students gathering in a pavilion on the Bel [ing University campus for "Democracy Salon" To his right stands Li Shuxian, wife of China's most famous dissident, Fang Lizhi. The school authorities have prohibited the meeting. (April 5) 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:28
April 17th. In April flowers were dedicated to Hu Yaobang, the disgraced former Party Secretary, who were sympathetic to pro-democracy advocates. His death on April 15th marked the beginning of the student movement. 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:30
April 18th. Students hold aloft a banner calling for "Freedom & Democracy Enlightment" on the martyrs monument in Tiananmen Square festooned with a great portrait of Hu Yaobang, surrounded with wreaths dedicated to him by people from many universities.
April 18th. During Hu Yaobang’s memorial, a couplet on the wall of the People’s University lampooned the communist bureaucracy: “Seeking not accomplishment, but faults free, one shall achieve immortality”; “Be an obedient bureaucrat rather than a bureaucrat of integrity and has one’s young life cut short”.
紀念碑上胡耀邦的巨幅畫像，週圍有許多學校獻的花圈，及要求自由與民主的橫幅。 April 18th. Students hold aloft a banner calling for "Freedom & Democracy Enlightment" on the martyrs monument in Tiananmen Square festooned with a great portrait of Hu Yaobang, surrounded with wreaths dedicated to him by people from many universities. 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:38
April 19th. Students held a sit-in in front of a living wall of police guarding communist party headquarters. During the night, the police dispelled with force the students, which caused more protests later.
April 20th. The first march organized by the Beijing University Student Union Preparation Committee, protesting the violent acts of the army and police the night before at the gate of Xinhua Men. The Beijing University Student Union Preparation Committee was formed only a day before.
April 21st. Students from Beijing University of Engineering carried a banner, top reading "Democracy Bathed in Blood" as they marched into Tiananmen Square early Saturday morning to join tens of thousands of other students. The students planned to spend the night in the square and waited for the memorial service of Hu Yaobang later in the day. 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:46
學生們手挽手，準備參加追悼中共前總書記胡耀邦的儀式。（4∕22） Left: Students link arms in solidarity at dawn in Tiananmen Square after spending the night there in order to be on hand for memorial services for the late purged party chief Hu Yaobang. (April 22) 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:48
下跪請願 / Kneeling to protest
After the memorial service for Hu Yaobang, Guo Haifeng and two others were kneeling in front of the eastern steps of the Great Hall of the People, presenting their petition. They were not received by Premier Li Peng, who was then inside the building. Recently, in his memoir, Li Peng denied he was aware of the petition.
April 22nd. Students from various universities of Beijing participated in Hu Yaobang’s memorial service held on the Tiananmen Square. Afterwards, they issued a petition of seven points. This picture shows students from the University of Public Administration and Law participating in Hu Yaobang’s memorial service. The backdrop shows article 35 of the Chinese Constitution and Hu’s picture.
April 25th. One of the additions to the many posters up at Peking University was this slogan from the American Revolution written on a bedsheet.
April 26th. The People’s Daily, the mouth piece of the communist party, published an editorial, entitled: “Must resolutely oppose any unrest”. This editorial is accusing the student movement as a planned conspiracy against the party as well as socialism. The April 26 editorial triggered a strong reaction within the student movement 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 10:55
The April 27th march was a protest to the April 26th editorial. More than a million students and citizens took part in this march. The impact of this march was so high that it was beyond anyone’s estimation. The Chinese authority was forced to reconsider and to avoid violent suppression. Banners among marchers include: “Long live democracy, long live the people”; “Long live to the integrity of the Chinese Communist Party”
April 28th. A student at Peking University pointed to a map of Thursday's march route on a poster up on campus Friday as he recounted a tale of how marchers push through police lines on their way to Tiananmen Square.
April 28th. Students took notes of the posters on college campuses in Beijing. Some of the posters were written by students who came from out of town. 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:01
April 29th. Due to the pressure from the April 27th march, the Chinese authority conducted an insincere dialogue with students. The spokes person for the government, Yuan Mu, seated at the head table, was actually lecturing the students. The student representatives were pre-selected from government recognized student unions. The Beijing Independent Student Union which was just formed the day before, refused to accept this as a true dialogue. 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:02
五月四日, 面對聲勢浩大的遊行隊伍, 警察束手無策。（Chinese police try in vain to contain a huge crowd of student marchers.）
May 4th. Chinese students shouted with joy after breaking through a police blockade. 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:09
May 4th. A senior professor, who participated in the May 4th Movement seventy years ago, was speaking to the crowd in support of the students’ petition in front of the Shanghai municipal government.
Wall posters at Beijing University. "Go on strick!" 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:14
1989年5月6日 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:15
Beijing University campus
Beijing University - students on strike
1989年5月9日 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:15
May 10th. Bicycle demonstration on May 10th was probably the first of the kind in the world, which fit well into China’s state of reality.
May 10th. The marvelous scene when the bicycle demonstration reached the Tian’anmen Square. One student got his mouth and forehead bound with bandages, which read “Return my human rights – I want to speak out”, a sign of supporting the petitions by journalists and reporters in Beijing.
May 13th. Students’ hunger strike started in the afternoon of May 13th, 1989. That same day, students braved a chilly night in the Tiananmen Square. At the time, most students believed the government will yield to their demands soon. This belief led them to not prepare with beddings or overcoats.
5pm, May 14th, flags in the Tiananmen Square declared: “Democratic dialogue” At this time the actual dialogue between the government and students were not broadcasted on TV as the government promised. One professor pleaded: “save my students”. Behind him a banner said: “Teachers and students will live or die together”.
北大絕食/I love life. I need food. But I’d rather die without democracy. 人民兒女 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:28
May 15th. “Democracy…Our common ideal”. Students marching with a banner in Russian, welcoming the visiting Soviet leader Gorbachev, who advocated Glasnost and new thinking.
May 15th. A Beijing university student sit bound in a cardboard box as the strike for democracy continues for the third day in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. The box indicates he cannot use his hands so he cannot eat.
北大教授聲援絕食學生 作者: WongManTaks 時間: 2007-6-7 11:47
May 15th. Pupils went to streets to supporting the just actions of big brothers and sisters, and they carried signs that read “down with corruption”.