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LinkedIn censoring posts about Tiananmen Square

Mountain View - In a sign of China's growing international clout and Western corporations' growing willingness to play by Beijing's rules, the popular business networking site LinkedIn is blocking content relating to the Tiananmen Square massacre anniversary.

On this Day: Tiananmen crackdown and the Ayatollah's funeral

On this day 25 years ago the Beijing authorities violently cracked down on a student demonstrations and Iran's Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was laid to rest.

Photo Essay: Beijing's Tiananmen Square Special

Beijing - One of the largest city squares in the world, Tiananmen has been the site of political turmoil and draws millions of tourists to see its war memorials, Mao's tomb, museums, government offices, and military parades.

Op-Ed: It Was 20 Years Ago When Peace Meant Death

A lone man holding shopping bags stared down the line of tanks sent in to kill. He looked at the machine murderers that had killed hundreds. He was peaceful. So were the bodies laying broken on the street in Tiananmen Square.

Twitter Being Shut Down in China Comes as Little Surprise

Just days before the 20th anniversary of protests in Tiananmen Square, China has shut down the popular social networking service, Twitter. Technology has become increasing influential in global and domestic politics.

China Shuts Down Twitter Before Tiananmen Square Anniversary

Twenty years ago students gathered in Beijing's Tiananmen Square for a peaceful protest. When the protest ended broken bodies littered the square. China is now in the process of shutting down social network sites before the anniversary.

Charter 08 Moves on, despite Chinese Government's opposition

In China, the pro-democracy movement makes a steady movement even as the government mounts effort to curbing it. The campaign has gathered momentum as nearly 8,100 people with it.

Demonstrators March Through Hong Kong, Preparing For Tiananmen Square's Anniversary

While China is recovering from the 7.5 magnitude earthquake, it seems that it may have to deal with another issue that could add to a potential PR nightmare as it hosts the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Live Broadcasts From Tiananmen Square Could Be Barred During Olympic Games

Media outlets across the world could receive a severe hurting during the Olympics in Beijing, China, which are set to begin on August 24. China’s government might do away with live TV broadcasts from Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
 

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My first  predawn view of Tiananmen Square
My first, predawn view of Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with an elderly Chinese couple in Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with an elderly Chinese couple in Tiananmen Square
Chinese tourists pose in front of the right-hand statues to the People s Heros
Chinese tourists pose in front of the right-hand statues to the People's Heros
A lone guard in front of Chairman Mao s Tomb
A lone guard in front of Chairman Mao's Tomb
An even closer look
An even closer look
The Great Hall of the People to the right of Tiananmen Square
The Great Hall of the People to the right of Tiananmen Square
A Chinese soldier among the crowds in Tiananmen Squire  Beijing
A Chinese soldier among the crowds in Tiananmen Squire, Beijing
A Chinese soldier mingles with the crowd in Tiananmen Square
A Chinese soldier mingles with the crowd in Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with some Chinese girls in Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with some Chinese girls in Tiananmen Square
A Chinese tourist poses in Tiananmen Square
A Chinese tourist poses in Tiananmen Square
The National Museum of China to the left of Tiananmen Square
The National Museum of China to the left of Tiananmen Square
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Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China
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Tourists leave Tiananmen Square to pass beneath the famous gate to the Forbidden City
Tourists leave Tiananmen Square to pass beneath the famous gate to the Forbidden City
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with some Chinese girls in Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with some Chinese girls in Tiananmen Square
James Gormley  standing in front of Tian anmen Gate (in Tian anmen Square) in June 2001  which was t...
James Gormley, standing in front of Tian'anmen Gate (in Tian'anmen Square) in June 2001, which was the original entrance to the Forbidden City.
The central Monument to the People s Heros
The central Monument to the People's Heros
Guards by the left-side statues to the Heros of the People
Guards by the left-side statues to the Heros of the People

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