Prize-winning Chinese American writer Yiyun Li says that today's young Chinese may have only a vague sense of what happened at Tiananmen Square in June, 1989, yet the events of that month are 'never forgotten.'
Remembering D-Day, World War I, the Polish elections, Tiananmen Square. What do they have in common? A love of freedom.
Arrests and detentions are up, and security officials have at times barred tourists from the square. June 4 is also 'Internet maintenance day,' with many sites being taken down for 'fixes.'