Hong Kong's Tiananmen Square commemorations have been seen as a rallying point for democracy. Now, with China encroaching and the US in turmoil, things are different.
On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre Australia needs a politician to stand up to China, as Bob Hawke did. But pollies with that moral rectitude are thin on the ground.
Australian-Chinese artist Guo Jian has been detained by China's feared State Security Bureau on the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Tony Abbott must call for his immediate release.
The Communist Party only has one option: it has to avoid a bust at all costs, and continue to make like the fireworks and boom, writes Matthew Clayfield, a freelance correspondent, in Beijing.
An official Beijing newspaper made a quiet but unprecented mention of the Tiananmen Square Massacre yesterday. Why did they do it and -- more importantly -- why were they allowed to?
Crikey readers defend and lambast The Chaser for their Make a Realistic Wish skit, while one reader remembers Tank Man.
China will one day have to deal with Tiananmen, but it's impossible to say how long that might take.
The truth about Tiananmen is still being supressed in China -- but it's a double-edged sword for the government, who are no longer able inspire fear in young Chinese, says Gordon Chang.