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Echoes of Tiananmen have emerged this week in areas as diverse as a Beijing Cirque du Soleil...
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Former Premier Zhu Rongji kept a low profile in all black and shades during the National Day parade in Beijing on Thursday. The photo below, one of the only ones that has emerged of Zhu from that day, has generated discussion...
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