Author: Mengyu Dong
Fang Lizhi, the prominent astrophysicist who was sheltered by the US embassy and then fled China after the 1989 pro-democracy protests, denies any role behind the movement in his newly-published posthumous autobiography. From Minni Chan at South China Morning Post: A public letter that he wrote on January 6, 1989, urgin
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