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Tiananmen Square: a Stage for History


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An Open Space special. One of China's foremost film-makers, Su Xiaokang , was forced to flee to exile in Paris after the massacre in Tiananmen Square last year. With fellow exiles, key figures on the authorities' wanted list, he traces the struggle for democracy back to its origins 70 years ago. The 4 May Movement of 1919 still serves as an inspiration to the students of today. This is the first opportunity for a western audience to hear the story from a Chinese perspective and to meet people whose lives were changed by these dramatic events.
Producers Lucy Parker and Su Xiaokang
Editor Tony Laryea


Unknown: Su Xiaokang
Producers: Lucy Parker
Producers: Su Xiaokang
Editor: Tony Laryea

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Tiananmen Square: a Stage for History

BBC Two England, 2 May 1990 20.10

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