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写真 | 2009年 05月 30日 01:36 JST

20 years since Tiananmen

<p>Pro-democracy demonstrators pitch tents in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 1989 before their protests were crushed by the People's Liberation Army on June 4, 1989.  REUTERS/File</p>

Pro-democracy demonstrators pitch tents in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 1989 before their protests were cmore

Pro-democracy demonstrators pitch tents in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 1989 before their protests were crushed by the People's Liberation Army on June 4, 1989. REUTERS/File

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<p>Hundreds of thousands of people fill Peking's central Tiananmen Square May 17, 1989 in front of the Monument to People's Heroes and Mao's mausoleum in the biggest popular upheaval in China since the Cultural Revolution of the 1960's.  REUTERS/Ed Nachtrieb </p>

Hundreds of thousands of people fill Peking's central Tiananmen Square May 17, 1989 in front of the Monumenmore

Hundreds of thousands of people fill Peking's central Tiananmen Square May 17, 1989 in front of the Monument to People's Heroes and Mao's mausoleum in the biggest popular upheaval in China since the Cultural Revolution of the 1960's. REUTERS/Ed Nachtrieb

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<p>A military helicopter drops leaflets above Tiananmen Square May 22, 1989, which state that the student protesters should leave the Square as soon as possible. On the third day of martial law, the troops had yet to enter central Beijing.   REUTERS/Shunsuke Akatsuka </p>

A military helicopter drops leaflets above Tiananmen Square May 22, 1989, which state that the student protmore

A military helicopter drops leaflets above Tiananmen Square May 22, 1989, which state that the student protesters should leave the Square as soon as possible. On the third day of martial law, the troops had yet to enter central Beijing. REUTERS/Shunsuke Akatsuka

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<p>Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-Tung, in Tiananmen Square, China on May 23, 1989.    REUTERS/Ed Nachtrieb</p>

Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-Tung, in Tiananmen Square, China on May 23, 1989. REUTERS/Emore

Workmen try to drape the portrait of Mao Tse-Tung, in Tiananmen Square, China on May 23, 1989. REUTERS/Ed Nachtrieb

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<p>Crowds of jubilant students surge through a police cordon before pouring into Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989 during a pro-democracy demonstration.  REUTERS/Stringer</p>

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Crowds of jubilant students surge through a police cordon before pouring into Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989 during a pro-democracy demonstration. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him June 4, 1989.  REUTERS/Stringer</p>

A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him June 4, 1989. REUTERS/Stringmore

A captured tank driver is helped to safety by students as the crowd beats him June 4, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>A Peking citizen stands passively in front of a convoy of tanks on the Avenue of Eternal peace in Tiananmen Square June 5, 1989.   REUTERS/Stringer</p>

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A Peking citizen stands passively in front of a convoy of tanks on the Avenue of Eternal peace in Tiananmen Square June 5, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>People queue in Beijing's Tiananmen Square December 24, 1993 to take a look at the embalmed body of the late Chairman Mao Zedong.   REUTERS/Stringer</p>

People queue in Beijing's Tiananmen Square December 24, 1993 to take a look at the embalmed body of the latmore

People queue in Beijing's Tiananmen Square December 24, 1993 to take a look at the embalmed body of the late Chairman Mao Zedong. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>A municipal electrician peers down a remote control camera overlooking Beijing's Tiananmen Square February 23, 1997.   REUTERS/Paul Barker</p>

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A municipal electrician peers down a remote control camera overlooking Beijing's Tiananmen Square February 23, 1997. REUTERS/Paul Barker

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<p>A young Chinese boy sporting a soldiers hat peers into the camera in Tiananmen Square as life returns to normal in Beijing February 26, 1997 following the six days of official mourning for the death of paramount leader Deng Xiaoping.  REUTERS/Dylan Martinez</p>

A young Chinese boy sporting a soldiers hat peers into the camera in Tiananmen Square as life returns to nomore

A young Chinese boy sporting a soldiers hat peers into the camera in Tiananmen Square as life returns to normal in Beijing February 26, 1997 following the six days of official mourning for the death of paramount leader Deng Xiaoping. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

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<p>Middle school girls, sitting in Tiananmen Square, study for an afternoon history exam in front of scaffolding supports for decoration June 18. Beijing is planning a seven-hour gathering in the square with 100,000 guests, but most capital residents are not invited and are encouraged by officials to watch the seven-hour extravaganza of dancing, song, fireworks, speeches and dragon-dancing on television ending with a 5:10 am July 1 flag raising.</p>

Middle school girls, sitting in Tiananmen Square, study for an afternoon history exam in front of scaffoldimore

Middle school girls, sitting in Tiananmen Square, study for an afternoon history exam in front of scaffolding supports for decoration June 18. Beijing is planning a seven-hour gathering in the square with 100,000 guests, but most capital residents are not invited and are encouraged by officials to watch the seven-hour extravaganza of dancing, song, fireworks, speeches and dragon-dancing on television ending with a 5:10 am July 1 flag raising.

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<p>Chinese visitors to Beijing's central Tiananmen Square stare at a television satellite dish set up near The Great Hall of the People June 30, 1997. The dish will be used to beam live coverage nationwide and internationally of the huge party where 100,000 guests will watch a production of dance, song and fireworks to herald the handover of Hong Kong to China. The British colony reverts to Chinese rule at the stroke of midnight, June 30.  REUTERS/Erik de Castro</p>

Chinese visitors to Beijing's central Tiananmen Square stare at a television satellite dish set up near Themore

Chinese visitors to Beijing's central Tiananmen Square stare at a television satellite dish set up near The Great Hall of the People June 30, 1997. The dish will be used to beam live coverage nationwide and internationally of the huge party where 100,000 guests will watch a production of dance, song and fireworks to herald the handover of Hong Kong to China. The British colony reverts to Chinese rule at the stroke of midnight, June 30. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

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<p>Visitors (R) to Beijing's Tiananmen Square are closely monitored by police March 15, 1998, to prevent any petitions or demonstrations.  REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

Visitors (R) to Beijing's Tiananmen Square are closely monitored by police March 15, 1998, to prevent any pmore

Visitors (R) to Beijing's Tiananmen Square are closely monitored by police March 15, 1998, to prevent any petitions or demonstrations. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>People's Liberation Army soldiers carry the flag of the Communist Youth League during a ceremony in front of the Monument to the People's Heroes in Tiananmen Square May 4, 1998.  REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

People's Liberation Army soldiers carry the flag of the Communist Youth League during a ceremony in front omore

People's Liberation Army soldiers carry the flag of the Communist Youth League during a ceremony in front of the Monument to the People's Heroes in Tiananmen Square May 4, 1998. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>Chinese soldiers adjust their caps as they perform drills outside the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square June 4, 1998, the ninth anniversary of the bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protests in the Chinese capital.  REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

Chinese soldiers adjust their caps as they perform drills outside the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmenmore

Chinese soldiers adjust their caps as they perform drills outside the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square June 4, 1998, the ninth anniversary of the bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protests in the Chinese capital. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>Chinese volunteers clean the fence enclosing Beijing's Tiananmen Square against a backdrop of the Great Hall of the People, the venue for the annual National People's Congress, or parliament, March 4, 1999.  REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

Chinese volunteers clean the fence enclosing Beijing's Tiananmen Square against a backdrop of the Great Halmore

Chinese volunteers clean the fence enclosing Beijing's Tiananmen Square against a backdrop of the Great Hall of the People, the venue for the annual National People's Congress, or parliament, March 4, 1999. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>A Chinese woman hangs her head on June 1, 1999 as she leans against a barrier on the edge of Tiananmen Square which is sealed off for renovation. REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

A Chinese woman hangs her head on June 1, 1999 as she leans against a barrier on the edge of Tiananmen Squamore

A Chinese woman hangs her head on June 1, 1999 as she leans against a barrier on the edge of Tiananmen Square which is sealed off for renovation. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>A Chinese People's Liberation Army soldier stands guard while a construction worker struggles to carry a heavy load at Tiananmen Square in Beijing June 3, 1999.  REUTERS/Natalie Behring  </p>

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A Chinese People's Liberation Army soldier stands guard while a construction worker struggles to carry a heavy load at Tiananmen Square in Beijing June 3, 1999. REUTERS/Natalie Behring

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<p>A Chinese worker walks along the ledge of a construction site on Beijing's Tiananmen Square December 10, 1999.  REUTERS/Natalie Behring</p>

A Chinese worker walks along the ledge of a construction site on Beijing's Tiananmen Square December 10, 19more

A Chinese worker walks along the ledge of a construction site on Beijing's Tiananmen Square December 10, 1999. REUTERS/Natalie Behring

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<p>A Chinese man holds aloft an umbrella to shield his wife from harsh sunlight as she takes photos of his parents-in-law in front of a giant portrait of Sun Yat-Sen on Tiananmen Square, which was crowded with Chinese enjoying their week-long Labour Day holiday, May 2, 2000. REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

A Chinese man holds aloft an umbrella to shield his wife from harsh sunlight as she takes photos of his parmore

A Chinese man holds aloft an umbrella to shield his wife from harsh sunlight as she takes photos of his parents-in-law in front of a giant portrait of Sun Yat-Sen on Tiananmen Square, which was crowded with Chinese enjoying their week-long Labour Day holiday, May 2, 2000. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>Chinese policemen use a telescope to monitor Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 4, 2001.   REUTERS/Stringer</p>

Chinese policemen use a telescope to monitor Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 4, 2001. REUTERS/Stringer<more

Chinese policemen use a telescope to monitor Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 4, 2001. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>Chinese policemen arrest a Falun Gong follower on Beijing's Tiananmen Square on New Year's day, January 1, 2001.  REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

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Chinese policemen arrest a Falun Gong follower on Beijing's Tiananmen Square on New Year's day, January 1, 2001. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>Members of the banned Falun Gong sect wave and shout from inside a police bus after their arrest in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 1, 2000.  REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

Members of the banned Falun Gong sect wave and shout from inside a police bus after their arrest in Beijingmore

Members of the banned Falun Gong sect wave and shout from inside a police bus after their arrest in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 1, 2000. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Chinese workers decorate Beijing's Tiannamen Square September 14, 2000, ahead of the country's national day celebrations October 1. REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

Chinese workers decorate Beijing's Tiannamen Square September 14, 2000, ahead of the country's national daymore

Chinese workers decorate Beijing's Tiannamen Square September 14, 2000, ahead of the country's national day celebrations October 1. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>A Chinese worker paints a platform as he is surrounded by flags in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on September 24, 2001.  REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

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A Chinese worker paints a platform as he is surrounded by flags in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on September 24, 2001. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Students from a Chinese police school perform martial arts to celebrate International Children's Day which falls on June 1 in Beijing Tiananmen Square May 31, 2002. REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

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Students from a Chinese police school perform martial arts to celebrate International Children's Day which falls on June 1 in Beijing Tiananmen Square May 31, 2002. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Chinese students ride past Tiananmen Square during a performance to celebrate the upcoming International Children's Day which falls on June 1 in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 31, 2002. REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

Chinese students ride past Tiananmen Square during a performance to celebrate the upcoming International Chmore

Chinese students ride past Tiananmen Square during a performance to celebrate the upcoming International Children's Day which falls on June 1 in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 31, 2002. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Chinese TV producers film the Monument to the People's Heroes in Beijing's Tiananmen Square August 8, 2002, ahead of the 16th Communist Party Congress. REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

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Chinese TV producers film the Monument to the People's Heroes in Beijing's Tiananmen Square August 8, 2002, ahead of the 16th Communist Party Congress. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Chinese Commerce and Industry police scrape rubbish off the ground near Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 14, 2002. REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

Chinese Commerce and Industry police scrape rubbish off the ground near Tiananmen Square in Beijing Octobermore

Chinese Commerce and Industry police scrape rubbish off the ground near Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 14, 2002. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Chinese policemen (L) gather at a passageway under Tiananmen Square before starting their patrol during the 16th Communist Party congress in Beijing November 12, 2002. REUTERS/China Photo</p>

Chinese policemen (L) gather at a passageway under Tiananmen Square before starting their patrol during themore

Chinese policemen (L) gather at a passageway under Tiananmen Square before starting their patrol during the 16th Communist Party congress in Beijing November 12, 2002. REUTERS/China Photo

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<p>Attendants hold umbrellas as they wait for delegates to emerge from a session of the National People's Congress, or parliament, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 11, 2003.  REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

Attendants hold umbrellas as they wait for delegates to emerge from a session of the National People's Congmore

Attendants hold umbrellas as they wait for delegates to emerge from a session of the National People's Congress, or parliament, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 11, 2003. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>A view of Tiananmen Gate seen through a iron chain in Bejing April 28, 2003. REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

A view of Tiananmen Gate seen through a iron chain in Bejing April 28, 2003. REUTERS/Guang Niu

A view of Tiananmen Gate seen through a iron chain in Bejing April 28, 2003. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>A child wears a mask as she is carried by her mother in a passageway under Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 5, 2003. REUTERS/Wilson Chu</p>

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A child wears a mask as she is carried by her mother in a passageway under Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 5, 2003. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

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<p>Hundreds of thousands of revelers converge on Tiananmen Square to celebrate the 54th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China October 1, 2003. REUTERS/Andrew Wong</p>

Hundreds of thousands of revelers converge on Tiananmen Square to celebrate the 54th anniversary of the foumore

Hundreds of thousands of revelers converge on Tiananmen Square to celebrate the 54th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China October 1, 2003. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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<p>An elderly Chinese souvenir vendor waits for customers near Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 10, 2003.  REUTERS/Guang Niu</p>

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An elderly Chinese souvenir vendor waits for customers near Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 10, 2003. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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<p>Red flags frame a kite in the shape of a jet plane at Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 23, 2004. REUTERS/China Photos  </p>

Red flags frame a kite in the shape of a jet plane at Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 23, 2004. REUTERS/Cmore

Red flags frame a kite in the shape of a jet plane at Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 23, 2004. REUTERS/China Photos

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<p>A cyclist rides down the Avenue of Eternal Peace through Beijing's Tiananmen Square, which is packed with thousands of tourists on May 1, 2004 at the start of a week-long national holiday for China. REUTERS/Wilson Chu  </p>

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A cyclist rides down the Avenue of Eternal Peace through Beijing's Tiananmen Square, which is packed with thousands of tourists on May 1, 2004 at the start of a week-long national holiday for China. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

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<p>A Chinese visitor lies in the shadow of a lamp on the ground at Beijing's Tiananmen Square June 2, 2004.  REUTERS/Staff  </p>

A Chinese visitor lies in the shadow of a lamp on the ground at Beijing's Tiananmen Square June 2, 2004. Rmore

A Chinese visitor lies in the shadow of a lamp on the ground at Beijing's Tiananmen Square June 2, 2004. REUTERS/Staff

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<p>A Chinese worker drives a tractor to plough the lawn in Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 19, 2005. REUTERS/China Newsphoto</p>

A Chinese worker drives a tractor to plough the lawn in Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 19, 2005. REUTEmore

A Chinese worker drives a tractor to plough the lawn in Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 19, 2005. REUTERS/China Newsphoto

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<p>Chinese paramilitary policemen patrol at Tiananmen Square in Beijing November 18, 2005. </p>

Chinese paramilitary policemen patrol at Tiananmen Square in Beijing November 18, 2005.

Chinese paramilitary policemen patrol at Tiananmen Square in Beijing November 18, 2005.

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<p>A snowman sits as travelers visit Tiananmen Square in Beijing February 6, 2006. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV</p>

A snowman sits as travelers visit Tiananmen Square in Beijing February 6, 2006. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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A snowman sits as travelers visit Tiananmen Square in Beijing February 6, 2006. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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<p>Police officers escort a man to a waiting police vehicle for questioning after he started shouting at Tiananmen Square in Beijing June 4, 2006. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV  </p>

Police officers escort a man to a waiting police vehicle for questioning after he started shouting at Tianamore

Police officers escort a man to a waiting police vehicle for questioning after he started shouting at Tiananmen Square in Beijing June 4, 2006. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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<p>A girl waves a national flag in front of paramilitary policemen during a flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 1, 2006. REUTERS/Joe Chan </p>

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A girl waves a national flag in front of paramilitary policemen during a flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square in Beijing October 1, 2006. REUTERS/Joe Chan

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<p>A woman walks in Tiananmen Square next to the Great Hall of the People, the venue of the National People's Congress, in Beijing March 11, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee </p>

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A woman walks in Tiananmen Square next to the Great Hall of the People, the venue of the National People's Congress, in Beijing March 11, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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<p>People await the flag raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 5, 2007.   REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV   </p>

People await the flag raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 5, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortemore

People await the flag raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 5, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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<p>A man takes a photo of himself near a red wall beside the Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 7, 2007.  REUTERS/Jason Lee </p>

A man takes a photo of himself near a red wall beside the Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 7, 2007. REUTmore

A man takes a photo of himself near a red wall beside the Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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<p>Performers attend a rehearsal for the ceremony of the one-year countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing late August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Joe Chan </p>

Performers attend a rehearsal for the ceremony of the one-year countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games,more

Performers attend a rehearsal for the ceremony of the one-year countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing late August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Joe Chan

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<p>Chinese children rest on a sidewalk after their parents were asked to leave the area near Tiananmen Square, the venue of the 2008 Olympic countdown event in Beijing August 8, 2007.  REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV</p>

Chinese children rest on a sidewalk after their parents were asked to leave the area near Tiananmen Square,more

Chinese children rest on a sidewalk after their parents were asked to leave the area near Tiananmen Square, the venue of the 2008 Olympic countdown event in Beijing August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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<p>A man tries to sell watches bearing Chairman Mao Zedong's image and a book of his quotations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 13, 2007.   REUTERS/David Gray  </p>

A man tries to sell watches bearing Chairman Mao Zedong's image and a book of his quotations in Beijing's Tmore

A man tries to sell watches bearing Chairman Mao Zedong's image and a book of his quotations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 13, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>Military delegates take souvenir photos in Tiananmen Square ahead of the concluding session of the 17th Party Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 21, 2007.  REUTERS/Jason Lee</p>

Military delegates take souvenir photos in Tiananmen Square ahead of the concluding session of the 17th Parmore

Military delegates take souvenir photos in Tiananmen Square ahead of the concluding session of the 17th Party Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 21, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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<p>Police arrest a protester in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 21, 2007 as delegates from China's Communist Party Congress leave after the concluding session.      REUTERS/David Gray   </p>

Police arrest a protester in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 21, 2007 as delegates from China's Communismore

Police arrest a protester in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 21, 2007 as delegates from China's Communist Party Congress leave after the concluding session. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>The Great Hall of the People is reflected in a tuba played by a soldier for the welcoming ceremony for Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 24, 2007.     REUTERS/David Gray  </p>

The Great Hall of the People is reflected in a tuba played by a soldier for the welcoming ceremony for Costmore

The Great Hall of the People is reflected in a tuba played by a soldier for the welcoming ceremony for Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias in Beijing's Tiananmen Square October 24, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>A worker prepares the red carpet before a ceremony for Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias, outside the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square, Beijing October 24, 2007.     REUTERS/David Gray   </p>

A worker prepares the red carpet before a ceremony for Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias, outside the Greamore

A worker prepares the red carpet before a ceremony for Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias, outside the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square, Beijing October 24, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>A parliamentary policeman listens to his superior yell orders as he stands in front of the portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong before clearing people out of Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 2, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray    </p>

A parliamentary policeman listens to his superior yell orders as he stands in front of the portrait of Chaimore

A parliamentary policeman listens to his superior yell orders as he stands in front of the portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong before clearing people out of Tiananmen Square in Beijing March 2, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>A paramilitary policeman throws the Chinese flag as he raises it in front of the portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong hanging in Beijing's Tiananmen Square March 5, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray   </p>

A paramilitary policeman throws the Chinese flag as he raises it in front of the portrait of Chairman Mao Zmore

A paramilitary policeman throws the Chinese flag as he raises it in front of the portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong hanging in Beijing's Tiananmen Square March 5, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>A Buddhist monk arrives for the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing's Tiananmen Square March 10, 2008.     REUTERS/David Gray  </p>

A Buddhist monk arrives for the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing's Tiananmen Square March 10, 20more

A Buddhist monk arrives for the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing's Tiananmen Square March 10, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>A paramilitary police officer gestures towards a photographer to stop taking pictures, as tourists are cleared from Tiananmen Square for a ceremony for the 2008 Olympic torch's arrival in Beijing, March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin </p>

A paramilitary police officer gestures towards a photographer to stop taking pictures, as tourists are cleamore

A paramilitary police officer gestures towards a photographer to stop taking pictures, as tourists are cleared from Tiananmen Square for a ceremony for the 2008 Olympic torch's arrival in Beijing, March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin

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<p>Chinese President Hu Jintao hands the Olympic torch to Olympic hurdler and gold medalist Liu Xiang (L) during the "Welcome Ceremony for the Olympic Flame and the Launching Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay" at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV </p>

Chinese President Hu Jintao hands the Olympic torch to Olympic hurdler and gold medalist Liu Xiang (L) durimore

Chinese President Hu Jintao hands the Olympic torch to Olympic hurdler and gold medalist Liu Xiang (L) during the "Welcome Ceremony for the Olympic Flame and the Launching Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay" at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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<p>A paramilitary policeman watches visitors at Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 1, 2008.  REUTERS/Reinhard Krause </p>

A paramilitary policeman watches visitors at Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 1, 2008. REUTERS/Reinhard Kramore

A paramilitary policeman watches visitors at Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 1, 2008. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause

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<p>A crowd observe a three-minute silence in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 19, 2008, for those who have died in the massive earthquake that struck Sichuan Province last week.   REUTERS/David Gray  </p>

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A crowd observe a three-minute silence in Beijing's Tiananmen Square May 19, 2008, for those who have died in the massive earthquake that struck Sichuan Province last week. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>China's national flag flies at half-mast at Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 19, 2008. China began three days of national mourning for more than 30,000 victims of an earthquake that struck a week ago. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV</p>

China's national flag flies at half-mast at Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 19, 2008. China began three daymore

China's national flag flies at half-mast at Tiananmen Square in Beijing May 19, 2008. China began three days of national mourning for more than 30,000 victims of an earthquake that struck a week ago. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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<p>A man takes a photograph before the start of the flag raising ceremony at dawn in Beijing's Tiananmen Square June 4, 2008.     REUTERS/David Gray  </p>

A man takes a photograph before the start of the flag raising ceremony at dawn in Beijing's Tiananmen Squarmore

A man takes a photograph before the start of the flag raising ceremony at dawn in Beijing's Tiananmen Square June 4, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>Pictogram sculptures of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games are hanged to the construction site of an Olympic exhibit near the Monument to the People's Heroes on Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 23, 2008.  REUTERS/Jason Lee</p>

Pictogram sculptures of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games are hanged to the construction site of an Olympic exmore

Pictogram sculptures of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games are hanged to the construction site of an Olympic exhibit near the Monument to the People's Heroes on Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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<p>Visitors gather at Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 27, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Lee </p>

Visitors gather at Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 27, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Lee

Visitors gather at Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 27, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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<p>A couple walks under heavy rain at Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 31, 2008. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen</p>

A couple walks under heavy rain at Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 31, 2008. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen

A couple walks under heavy rain at Beijing's Tiananmen Square July 31, 2008. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen

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