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Comment: Re:They shouldn't give in (Score 4, Interesting) 193

by euniana (#17077166) Attached to: How the Chinese Wikipedia Differs from the English
As of the time of this post, the opening paragraph of the Chinese version reads something like this:

"June 4th Incident", also called "'89 Minyun" [short for Democratic Movement], , "'89 Xueyun" [short for Students' Movement], "June 4th Massacre", "June 4th Wave", "'89 Democratic Movement", "'89 Students' Movement", "Tiananmen Massacre", "Tiananmen Incident", etc, officially called "The Disturbance", "Counter-revolutionary riot", and in recent years "the Political Turmoil between Spring and Summer of 1989" by the PRC government, hereafter abbreviated to "64" [June 4th].

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