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Port Moody, Canada

#23 Mar 6, 2013
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Xie Jingsuo, male, born on February 19, 1968, was killed at age 21, on Chang'an Boulevard, near Liubukou, in Beijing, on the morning of June 4, 1989. At the time, he was a student at the Light Industry Engineering College in Beijing. His ashes rest in Futian Public Cemetery in Beijing.

Testimony of Xie Jingrong, older sister of Xie Jingsuo:

In the afternoon of June 3, Jingsuo went to fetch his fourth sister home. When it got late and he had not come back, anxiety grew among his family and friends, since at the time the atmosphere in Beijing was so tense. The following morning, on June 4, Jingsuo had still not returned. We started to look for him on the streets and in the hospitals. We went to People's Hospital, Water Conservancy Hospital, Railway Hospital and Fuxing Hospital; we searched along Muxudi, Gongzhufen and other streets and places. We didn't find him.

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Port Moody, Canada

#24 Mar 6, 2013
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On the morning of June 7, his school informed us that we should come to claim his body at the Emergency Center. There, we were told that Jingsuo had died on June 4. The death certificate indicated that death had resulted from serious heart failure. According to a driver in the Emergency Center, however, Jingsuo was killed by gunfire in the evening of June 3 and some people brought him to the Center. We still do not know exactly when and where the tragedy happened. Six wounds were visible on Jingsuo's body, in the chest and on the back. They are clearly visible on the photos. We couldn't tell whether they were wounds caused by bullets or marks left by batons. He had clearly been shot in the genitals. We never told our parents about the circumstances of his terrible death. We don't have the heart to add to their pain.

On the morning of June 11, some faculty members of the college, his schoolmates and relatives assembled at Babaoshan to say farewell to Jingsuo. His ashes were kept there for three years, and then transferred to Futian Public Cemetery in Beijing. Since Jingsuo's death, the whole family has suffered immensely. Our hearts are grieving deeply. My parents lost their only son; as a sister I lost my dear younger brother; the family lost its only college student. The shock was too heavy to bear for my mother, who for half a year didn't go out of our home, afraid that familiar scenes from the past would cause her even more grief. Because of my mother's breakdown, we had to put a lot of energy into getting her medical treatment, comforting her and staying around her. Because he was under so much pressure, my father rapidly lost about 40 pounds and contracted several illnesses. In short, June Fourth has brought sufferings to us-our family, our relatives and close friends-and these sufferings are beyond words. Our hearts are forever filled with memories and suffering.

Xie Jingrong
February 4, 1999
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LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#25 Mar 6, 2013
China own Diaoyu wrote:
wow, so many links, the one in surrey canada seems to be very excited when mentioning this.
ha ha, you are not an expert in that, Gweilo, i know you work for epoch time...you are a secret agent...
What's the matter?

Can't you read these testimonies?

Aren't you going to LAUGH AT the SUFFERING of sincere Chinese Patriots, like you usually do, traitor?
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#26 Mar 6, 2013
Here's another. There are HUNDREDS.
Will it make you LAUGH AGAIN at the PAIN the Chinese people have suffered at the hands of your CCP?

Yang Minghu, male, born February 1, 1947, killed at age 42; before his death, he was a staff member of the legal department of the patent section of the China Trade Promotion Commission; before dawn, at about 2:00am on June 4, 1989, he received a gunshot wound at Nanchizi that split his bladder into pieces and shattered his pelvis; he died at 8:00 a.m. on June 6 at Beijing Tongren Hospital, when efforts to save his life were to no avail; his ashes rest at Wanan Cemetery in the western suburbs.

Testimony of You Weijie, widow of Yang Minghu:

In the early morning of June 4, at 1:00 a.m., Yang Minghu left the house. We had heard gunfire and gone downstairs together, where we heard our neighbors coming back from Xidan say that something was happening on the streets. Yang Minghu was worried about the students remaining in Tiananmen Square and decided to go out and have a look. He didn't believe that the people's army could use machine guns and tanks against unarmed civilians. He left the house by bicycle and went to Nanchizi on the western side of Tiananmen and stood on the side of east Chang'an Boulevard with the rest of the crowd.

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LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#27 Mar 6, 2013
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Around 2:30 a.m., the martial law troops burst forth from the public security bureau compound and fired into the crowd. Yang Minghu was struck by a bullet, and after 3:00 a.m. the people took him by flatbed tricycle to Tongren Hospital. He was wounded in his bladder, which was shot to pieces, and his pelvis was shattered. The hospital sewed up his bladder. But because his pelvis was so shattered and some capillaries were destroyed, the doctors had no way of operating on him. Yang Minghu's spirit struggled with death for two days and two nights in the hospital. During this time, he bled away the blood transfusions that were given to him. Finally, on June 6, at 8 o'clock, he died of an infection in his abdominal cavity and heart failure. Immediately before his death, in a feeble voice from deep within his chest, he apologized to me, saying "Forgive me! Forgive me!" He didn't have the strength to say more.

Yang Minghu died with many regrets, because he was in the prime of life, because there was so much he needed to do and especially because his death struck such a huge blow to his family. At that time, we had a young child, and together we planned to raise and educate him. Now that burden falls on me alone. Our child early on lost his father's love, early on had to deal with the kind of emotional wounds no child should have to bear. At the time of Minghu's death, my child was not quite five years old, just at the stage of becoming aware, yet he would never be able to be educated by his father. At the factory where I work, business is bad, the factory is changing and from my perspective, the difficulty of shouldering the burden of a child's education by myself is beyond words. The bloody reality of June Fourth shocks me, and I am appalled that the government would employ such brutal and cruel methods against its own people.

You Weijie
January 28, 1999
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Port Moody, Canada

#28 Mar 6, 2013
Catherine Xu wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd like to listen with respectful attention.
I bought some book about this event from HongKong and Taiwan, but the one who went through or listened for someone who experienced this tragedy has say in the matter.
Xiao Bo, male, born in June 1962, was a native of Longshan County, Hunan Province. He was accepted to Beijing University in 1978 and received a master's degree in 1985. He stayed on there to teach in the chemistry department. He was killed in the late hours of June 3, at Muxudi. A bullet hit him in the left side of his chest and ripped through his aorta. His body was identified on June 5, at Fuxing Hospital. He was only 27 years old. His ashes are kept in Longshan, at his family's home.

As June Fourth victims' families, we have had to endure our suffering in silence for a long time....I only want to ask, "When can we get justice?"

Testimony of Liu Tianai, widow of Xiao Bo:

At the time of Xiao's death, I was in my hometown in Hunan, recuperating after the birth of twins. I received news that he and an old classmate of his had arranged to meet at Muxudi on the night of June 3. Xiao had heard that the situation there was very tense. As the advisor to all chemistry students in the class of 1989, he was concerned that some of his students might be in danger. According to the friend who accompanied him, shortly after they got to Muxudi, the street lights went out. The crowd became restless, and there was a burst of gunfire. The two got separated, and Xiao's friend ended up spending the night hiding under Muxudi bridge. When he went back to Beijing University, he discovered that Xiao Bo had not returned. He quickly gathered a group of students to search for him. They searched until June 5, when they found his body at Fuxing Hospital.

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Port Moody, Canada

#29 Mar 6, 2013
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Xiao died of a gunshot wound to the chest. The bullet severed his aorta, causing him to lose a lot of blood. Fuxing Hospital had not made preparations to provide emergency care for gunshot victims, so there wasn't enough blood for transfusions. The hospital had only prepared large quantities of eyedrops and gauze, thinking that, at worst, the troops would use tear gas to disperse the crowds. A significant number of victims died in the same way that Xiao did, because there was not enough blood. A nurse at the hospital said that before he was shot, he had helped bring another victim to that very hospital for emergency treatment. The nurse said that she was very impressed by Xiao Bo, and never thought that he would be shot himself and be brought back to the hospital on a stretcher. Before he died, he kept his hand firmly pressed against his chest wound, trying to stop the bleeding. He also told the people around him that he had a pair of new-born twins, and asked people to tell Beijing University to look after them...

On June 16, in deep grief, I managed to hurry from my hometown in Hunan to Beijing. I was accompanied by Xiao's father, uncle and my younger brother. Two days later, we said our final farewells to him at Babaoshan. After the cremation, his ashes were placed at Laoshan Memorial Hall. Then in 1992, they were brought to his family's home in Hunan.

Xiao Bo's death struck me like a thunderbolt from nowhere. I had given birth to twins just 70 days earlier. In my state of sorrow and shock, I stopped lactating and soon after found out that my older child had developed a mild brain disorder. I searched everywhere for effective treatment, to little avail and great expense. I've suffered much hardship due to Xiao's death in the so-called "turmoil." The relevant offices at Beijing University ignored my requests to use one of their empty campus apartments while I sought medical care for my child. They also warned me not to take my children for walks in the campus grounds. If anyone asked, I was not to say that Xiao Bo was the father of my children. They also rejected my requests to receive the proper subsidies for my child's medical costs. Although I graduated from the Central Minorities University Department of Dance in 1987, I still have not been allowed to complete my application for cadre status because no one would verify that Xiao was "wrongfully killed." The whole situation causes me great sorrow.

It has been ten years since his death, and we still have not received an "explanation." As June Fourth victims' families, we have had to endure our suffering in silence for a long time. We never speak a single word about these painful matters, particularly not in front of our elders and children. I only want to ask, "When can we get justice?"

Liu Tianai
China own Diaoyu

Kowloon, Hong Kong

#30 Mar 6, 2013
the one in surrey canada, i said this is a plot, have you heard "do the killing with somebody's hands"

i worry about japan now, yes both of them are trying to trick China into war..??...so that they can have excuse to attack and contain China.

understand.??...China own diaoyu island...

wa ha ha ha ha ha.....how about Chavez, the modern weapons work. understand.??

if you are cunning enough, you can do the killings with somebody's hand. yes, i will teach you the trick of how to do it...

yes, do the killings with someone else's hand, you don't have to do it yourself, if you are cunning you can set up a plot, and use other to do it for you......like the agent war.....you sell weapon and let them have war themselves....
China own Diaoyu

Kowloon, Hong Kong

#31 Mar 6, 2013
yes, the surrey guy, if you are cunning, you can bring 2 parties into war....i will teach you the method...you are a young hayena
China own Diaoyu

Kowloon, Hong Kong

#32 Mar 6, 2013
how about the killings of children in viet.??
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#33 Mar 6, 2013
^Someone seems frantically DESPERATE to avoid the TRUTH!

Is it because the TRUTH makes the Chinese Communist Party look like murderers and traitors?
China own Diaoyu

Kowloon, Hong Kong

#34 Mar 6, 2013
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP wrote:
^Someone seems frantically DESPERATE to avoid the TRUTH!
Is it because the TRUTH makes the Chinese Communist Party look like murderers and traitors?
stupid, the war in viet cause many children their lives.
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#35 Mar 6, 2013
China own Diaoyu wrote:
<quoted text>
stupid, the war in viet cause many children their lives.
Saved millions from degenerate Communist dictatorships like that of your CCP, most likely. That, however, is the nature of war between countries.

Do you weep for the Japanese children killed in their beds in WWII as well? Or is THAT suffering not something you can exploit for your dictatorship's "special needs", and perhaps it runs counter to current Chinese Communist Party hate propaganda to do so?

So your "compassion" is as FAKE as your joke congress in Beijing,eh?

It must be the GUILT you Chinese Communist Party mass-murderers work so hard to suppress, that makes you so desperately immoral.

You should feel guilty.

But did you even bother to read the sworn testimonies on this thread of Chinese who were on Tiananmen Square when the CCP committed its horrible crime of political terror against Chinese patriots?

I doubt it.

You don't have the guts.
CCP are SCUM

Surrey, Canada

#36 Mar 7, 2013
See? You hide from the facts when not laughing at the murders of Chinese patriots.

Scumbag.
CCP are SCUM

Surrey, Canada

#37 Mar 7, 2013
Catherine Xu wrote:
<quoted text>
But a majority of the Chinese are deceived, and don't recognize the nature of CCP. Even some of them knows, they may surrender to the interest and benefit, dare not to change the current situation! And we don't have the freedom of speech in china. Only in hongkong can we say something against CCP in public. How pathetic!
I see the Chinese Communist Party thugs have now cut off your internet connection, or worse.

Good luck, Catherine. Do not forget that FREE CHINA has many friends in the world outside.

Some day we will dance on the grave of the Chinese Communist Party regime. It is inevitable and the tide of history.
HeyHeyHoHo CCP HasGotToGo

Surrey, Canada

#38 Mar 7, 2013
Catherine, here is a list of some known victims of the Tiananmen Square Massacre :


Number

1

Name

Jiang Jielian

Sex

M

Age

17

Home Location

Beijing Municipality

Work Unit / School

Second year student of Class 4 of the High School of China People's University


Circumstances of Death

Jiang left home at around 10:30 p.m. on June 3,1989. At about 11:00 p.m. behind the long flower bed in front of Building No.29 at Muxudi, a bullet went through the left-side of his back and came out his chest. He was taken to the Beijing Children's Hospital for emergency treatment, which failed to save him. The hospital certified that he was "dead on arrival." He was cremated on June 7 at Babaoshan and his ashes are kept at home.
HeyHeyHoHo CCP HasGotToGo

Surrey, Canada

#39 Mar 7, 2013
Number
2
Name
Wang Nan
Sex
M
Age
19
Home Location
Beijing Municipality

Work Unit / School
Second year student at Yuetan High School Beijing

Circumstances of Death

Wang left home with a camera at 11 p.m. on June 3, 1989. In the early morning of June 4, he was shot at the south entrance of Nanchang Street. The bullet hit him in the head. Troops prevented a medical emergency team from giving him treatment. He died two or three hours later. Together with other corpses, his body was buried in front of Beijing City No.28 Middle School, to the west of Tiananmen Square. On June 7, due to the pungent smell of these corpses, the school complained to the authorities and the bodies were exhumed. Since Wang had been wearing army clothing, he was thought to be a soldier of the martial law troops. His body was therefore taken to Huguosi Hospital and was located by his family on June 16. On June 26, Beijing Public Security Bureau issued a certificate stating that he had "died when outside," making it possible for his body to be cremated at Babaoshan. Ashes of his remains are now in the Remains Hall of Wanan Public Cemetery.
HeyHeyHoHo CCP HasGotToGo

Surrey, Canada

#40 Mar 7, 2013
Number
3
Name
Yang Minghu
Sex
M
Age
42
Home Location
Beijing Municipality

Work Unit / School

Legal Division of the China International Trade Promotion Association

Circumstances of Death

Yang was shot by the martial law troops outside the Public Security Bureau at East Chang'an Boulevard in the early morning of June 4, 1989. He was hit in the abdomen by an exploding bullet. He was taken to the Tongren Hospital for emergency treatment. His bladder and pelvis were shattered. After an operation, high fever persisted. He died on June 7, 1989. After cremation, his ashes were placed in the Remains Hall of Wanan Public Cemetery.
HeyHeyHoHo CCP HasGotToGo

Surrey, Canada

#41 Mar 7, 2013
Number
4
Name
Xiao Jie
Sex
M
Age
19

Home Location
Sichuan Province

Work Unit / School

Student of the class of 1988, Journalism Department, China People's University

Circumstances of Death

Xiao had a train ticket to Chengdu, Sichuan dated June 5, 1989. At about 2:00 p.m., he was walking on the south side of Nanchizi. When he was crossing the road, he passed over the red enforcement line and when he failed to heed the "stop" shout of the martial law troops, he was shot dead by a bullet in the back which came out through the chest. At about 4:00 p.m., the Public Security Bureau, having found his student ID on his body, informed the university to collect his corpse.
HeyHeyHoHo CCP HasGotToGo

Surrey, Canada

#42 Mar 7, 2013
Number
5
Name
Chen Laishun
Sex
M
Age
23
Home Location
Beijing Municipality

Work Unit / School

Graduate of the photography class for the Xinhua News Agency, Journalism Department, Chinese People's University

Circumstances of Death

On the night of June 3, 1989, while taking photographs on top of a building by the northwest side of the Great Hall of the People, Chen was hit in the head by a bullet and killed instantly. After his death, his classmates pooled together enough money to purchase a plot of land near Jinshan Cemetery at Hongqi Village in Xiangshan to bury his remains. A gravestone was also erected there.

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