"June 4, 1989: Media and Mobilization Beyond Tiananmen Square"
Until Mon Sep 10 2012
Photograph: Courtesy Museum of C
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Time Out says
Wed May 16 2012
While protestors in China were asking for democratic reforms in the spring of 1989, a sympathetic movement sprang up in the U.S., documenting actions overseas and forming its own protests in solidarity. The Museum of Chinese in America traces the events, including the bloody response by the Chinese government, through their coverage in Asian-American–focused and mainstream publications.