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  • Free China The Courage To Believe Analysis

    The representation and consideration of the masses in China has always been a controversial theme to discuss. The corrupted power prefers to Vito the rise of social awareness than to push the privileged hierarchies of fascism within the political sectors. Many politicians seek to perpetuate an absolute throne above poverty by carefully constructing the destruction of stability through social resentment and polarization. The awarded documentary Free China: The Courage to Believe portrays a clear…

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  • Political Liberalization And Democracy In China Summary

    fact, around the anniversary of Tiananmen Square, the covering of any bad news is prohibited, and the government forces political dissidents to “recuperate outside of the city”. Those who do not obey, are then forced out of the city by the police and interrogated much like the story of the Honest Doctor which will be further explained later. When one person came to mourn the death of former Premier Zhao, who sided with the students during the Tiananmen Square protests, he was beaten and was not…

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  • Fifth Modernization

    political power powered several protest movements at this time; this started with the April 5th Movement in 1976 when mourners for Zhou Enlai were removed from Tiananmen Square, continuing with the Democracy Wall Movement’s and the beginning of group solidarity in China from 1978 to 1979, and culminating in the Tiananmen Square protests in June 1989. One can see that the…

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  • Student Protestors

    The leaderships’ response to the spring 1989 popular demonstrations before and after the night of June 4 was completely unnecessary and extreme. There is no justification for the slaughter of unarmed civilian protestors. The students and other protestors play a key role in the lead up to the events that unfolded, but the slaughter of hundreds if not thousands was completely uncalled for. But, no compromises were willing to be completely agreed on, multiple times, because there was always a small…

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  • Tiananmen Square Massacre

    The Tiananmen Square massacre is an important time in history for a giant protest against a communist government. The Tiananmen Square massacre may be barred from the web pages in China, but the event that happened in June 4th 1989 is widely known across the world. The Tiananmen Square massacre was a result of a prodemocracy movement by the Chinese citizens that wanted more freedom than what they currently were given by China’s policies. Many students of the country and civil workers wanted…

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  • Deng Xiaoping Summary

    reducing the State’s intervention and by using the international side of things, along with scenarios in order to benefit itself. This would be done with no use of military conflicts, nor security issues. The entire event that took place at Tiananmen Square exposed China to a strong sense of international censorship along with many punishments. Deng Xiaoping had to step up and put forward the guiding principle of the 24 characters, in order to settle and stand up for both the Chinese position…

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  • Case Study: Yonge-Dundas

    The central hub of downtown Toronto, Yonge-Dundas is a public square situated at the south-east corner of the intersection of Yonge Street and Dundas Street East across from the Toronto Eaton Centre. The site is bordered on the north by Dundas Street, on the east by Victoria Street, on the west by Yonge Street, and on the south by a former street named Dundas Square. In 1998, as part of the Yonge Street Regeneration Project, Toronto City Council approved the expropriation and demolition of the…

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