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Carbinus Dyer Jun 3
We should all aspire and do what this infamous mystery man did in the face of overwhelming odds: Stand up and defy against even the greatest of odds, not with violence, but with a pacifistic nature in mind. To ensure a better future for us all. We need heroes.
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grace pettigrew Jun 4
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The Guardian Jun 3
: hero of Tiananmen protest remembered across globe
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MySiberia__ Jun 3
in front of the Goddess of Democracy.
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Time traveler Jun 4
Never forget the power we all have to change the world.
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Natasha Fatah ⚽️ Jun 4
Replying to @NatashaFatah
29 years ago. One man in Tiananmen Square confronting of a row of military tanks. A David to China's Goliath.
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Real News China Jun 14
The reality behind this attitude of people in is their helplessness. We are forced to find ways on our own, the administration doesn't work according to our needs and we can't complain either.. This must end! Video Via
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Stephen Lord Jun 3
The world would be a better place if there were more people like this guy. : hero of Tiananmen protest remembered across globe
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Joshua Eaton Jun 4
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dwnews Jun 5
29 years after the Tiananmen Square massacre, artist has launched a campaign honoring , the protester who stood alone in front of tanks after the military brutally crushed the student protest.
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Michael Caster Jun 3
History teaches that even the most entrenched authoritarian systems are weak against coordinated civil resistance and international solidarity. This is a powerful global action.
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Brexit Bin   🇪🇺 🇬🇧 #FBPE Jun 4
29 years later ... "Society has not changed much since the massacre, for the oppression has never stopped.”...
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Ed Sander @ ChinaTalk Jun 4
'The ghosts of June 4th have not yet been laid to rest' - Liu Xiaobo
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dwnews Jun 5
In June 1989, thousands of students protested in Square for democracy and freedom - and died. 29 years later, artist is marking the massacre with a campaign honoring , the protester who stood alone in front of tanks the following day.
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Bryant Dunbar Jun 4
I will never forget seeing this man’s courage. I was a teenager. It was a powerful lesson that one person’s boldness and courage can inspire many.
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Joseph P. Lopes Jun 4
I was 15 years old & didn’t comprehend the significance of this moment in time or the utter strength & courage of this gentleman. 1 man can change the director of a tank, 1 man can stop a tank, & 1 man can make the world stop & realize what it is doing to society.
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紐西蘭六四紀念 Jun 3
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滕彪 Jun 3
Teng Biao: Did we stand on the side of the ‘Tank Man,’ or on the side of the tank?”
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🎗️2Mon Jun 18
[ebs뉴스] <뉴스G> 29년 전, 천안문 광장의 탱크맨
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Manuel Cendán Jun 17
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