There have been small commemoration ceremonies in Hong Kong this week to mark the 20th anniversary of the suppression of the Chinese pro-democracy movement in Tiananmen Square.
The Communist junta ruling China has ordered a major security crackdown today in places like occupied Tibet in fear of commemorations occuring even closer to home.
That's 20 years more of oppression, murder, denial of human rights and democracy, of internal exile, re-education gulags, slave labour, all facilitated by China's trading partners in the West, who are happy to turn a blind eye so long as the junta prop up the dollar and they can get their goods made cheaply in Chinese sweatshops and gulag workcamps.
Remember Tiananmen Square today, please. More here: Skin Flicks: Tiananmen: 20 years of silence and oppression