(Joshua Carroll, Danielle Kunitz, Joy Sharon Yi/The Washington Post)
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Opinion | 'They don’t want you to look into what happened': How one student learned about Tiananmen
China tried to repress the memory of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. Yaqiu Wang was a year old when the crackdown happened. Her school textbook described the June 4, 1989, event as 'a little dispute,' and she had no reason to look deeper. She did anyway.
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