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Communist Beijing can’t Black out Hong kong’s 180K Candles! 6’4 Tiananmen Student Massacre! Free Liu Xiaobo 劉曉波 and all political prisoners!

This annual event in Hong kong’s Victoria Park is way beyond explanation in its 23 rd year!

If you need it explained, chances are you are from Mainland China where the Communist Ministry of Propaganda has been blacking out all images of Tank man online!

If that is the case, fear not, there are 800milliion like you in Southern China who found a way to celebrate with Hong kong!

You are ALL welcomed to our Annual Candlelight Vigil. This year 2012, it was huge! Come and see the photos ! Celebrate Creative Free speech in Hong kong! Lets hear it for Hope and Freedom! Hong kong Welcomes your Creative FREE SPEECH!! 

So as usual things kicked off a little earlier in New York:

‎6.4 Commemoration Event takes place in:
New York Washington DC Boston Los Angeles San Francisco
Vancouver Calgary Toronto Germany France Netherland Australia Japan Taiwan Shandong Guizhou Fujian Hong Kong
What does this tell you? We never “F O R G E T”!!

Then at Free Liu Xiaobo’s, PEN got news that Beijing had banned all journalists AND beaten up a group of people trying to host a peaceful rememberance event at Tiananmen!

In the meantime, of course different lobbyist got ready to Support Free LIu Xiaobo in Victoria Park, in Hong kong! What do you think we are in Hong Kong? Uncivilised Barbarians? Of course not! We celebrate the 1st Nobel Peace Laureate of Chinese Descent and hope he will get out of his 11 yrs of prisons imposed on him by the Beijing Communist government very very soon! XO

Why is that? Because we Use Our Conscience in Hong kong!



El 4 de junio de 2012. ¡Se cumplen 23 AÑOS ! ¡SOMOS ANÓNIMOS, NO PERDONAMOS, NO OLVIDAMOS.




… esta noche….
(foto directamente de la fuente!)

Translated by Gervasio Orellana, Chile with thanks from the group!

(c) Miranda Legg, Hong kong 2009

Let Us never EVER forget why we had to do this in Hong kong! Because each year, the Communist Beijing Government refused to accept responsibility and denies the Tiananmen Student Massacre which occurred on the 4th June 1989 where they used Tanks to kill their own people! This is what to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) what it means to be “By the people, for the people!”

Let US NEVER EVER Let them use the GREAT Firewall of China to Deny what Tank Man did all those years ago!!!!!!! WE ARE ALL TANK MAN!!!!!! 

AND FINALLY, What can you do?

These are the lists of “SENSITIVE WORDS” CCP Communist Chinese Party has paid Millions to “Black out” on the internet!

Please USE these words as often as you can in as many places as you can! Lets cost them some money! 🙂

source: China digintal times: Sensitive words:tiananmen edition

As of June 4, the following search terms are blocked on Weibo (not including the “search for user” function):

Individual Chinese characters:

fire (火): as in candle flame (烛火), torch (火炬), oil lamp (圣火)
candle (烛): as in [wax] candle (蜡烛), candlelight (烛光); Sina Weibo removed the candle emoticon over the weekend.
blood (血): as in bloody suppression (血腥镇压), bloody incident (流血事件)
people (民): as in People’s Liberation Army (人民解放军), democracy (民主)
movement (运): as in democracy movement (民运), student movement (学运)
move (动): as in student movement (如学生运动), memorial event (悼念活动), mobilize troops (出动军队)
government (政): as in Fang Zheng(方政), regimental commissar (团政委), one-party dictatorship (一党专政)
crush (碾): as in Fang Zheng‘s legs were crushed (方政被碾断双腿), crush and destroy (碾毁)
tǎn (坦): as in tank (坦克)
ceremony (祭): as in ceremony for Tiananmen victims (祭奠六四遇难者)
Numerals and Words Related to the Date of the Tiananmen Massacre:

8, 8 (八), eight (捌), eight: All forms of “eight” and other forms of the numbers below.
9, 9 (九), nine (玖), nine
6, 6 (六), six (陆), six
4, 4 (四), four (肆), four
23, 23 (廿三), 23 (二十三): Today is the 23rd anniversary of the massacre.
35, 35 (三十五): Netizens call today May 35th to get around the censors.
Other Related Terms:

anniversary (周年)
today (今天): searching for today’s date.
yesterday (昨天)
tomorrow (明天)
that year (那年): netizen code for 1989.
declaration (宣言): as in “Hunger Strike Declaration” (绝食宣言)
commemorate (纪念): commemorate 6.4 [as Tiananmen is frequently referred to] (纪念六四), Heroes Monument (英雄纪念碑), etc.
redress (平反): recall 6.4
Victoria Park (维园): An annual candlelight vigil is held in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park to remember the Tiananmen massacre.
park (公园)
recall (追思)
mourn (悼念): as in mourn 6.4
silent tribute (默哀)
evening event (晚会)
black clothes (黑衣): Netizens called for people to walk in the streets wearing black clothes to remember Tiananmen.
go into the street (上街)
never forget (勿忘): as in never forget 6.4 (勿忘六四), never forget the national calamity (勿忘国难)
never forget (毋忘): same as above
(Tian)anmen Mothers ((天)安门母亲)
Little Secretary (小秘书): as in the Sina Weibo “Little Secretary”
Twitter (推特): Chinese-language tweets tend to be democracy activists. During sensitive times, many share information about gatherings.
ism (主义): as in “overthrow socialism” (推翻社会主义)
autonomous (自治): as in “Peking University Student Government”(北大自治会)
Names of People Active in Tiananmen:

Bei Dao 北岛: On the eve of the Tiananmen Massacre, poet Bei Dao submitted a plea for political reform to the central government.
Yuan Mu (袁木): Former State Council Information Office spokesman and apologist for the regime. In April 1989 he spoke with 45 students in 16 high schools.
Deng Liqun (邓力群): leftist influence within the Party
Chen Xitong (陈希同): then-mayor of Beijing. He recently said Tiananmen was an avoidable tragedy.
Yan Jiaqi (严家其): sociology student who went into exile in the U.S
Han Dongfang (韩东方): Capital Autonomous Workers Federation leader during Tiananmen
Feng Congde (封从德): retested
Zhai Weimin (翟伟民): major player in the Capital Autonomous Federation of University Students
Chen Ziming (陈子明): currently a contributing writer to Deutsche Welle’s “China Observer” column

The four listed above were all ordered under arrest by the Ministry of Public Security.

Retested Names:

Wu’er Kaixi (吾尔开希)
Liu Xiaobo (刘晓波)
Chai Ling (柴玲)
Wang Dan (王丹)
Ding Zilin (丁子霖)
(Fang) Lizhi ((方)励之)
(Hu) Yaobang ((胡)耀邦)
(Zhao) Ziyang ((赵)紫阳)
(Jiang) Zemin ((江)泽民)
Qiao Shi (乔石)
Deng Xiaoping (邓小平)
Li Peng (李鹏)
Wei Jianxing (尉建行)
Retested Terms:

suppress (镇压)
assemble (集会): as in “memorial service for 6.4″ (悼念六四集会)
revolt (造反)
massacre (屠杀): Tiananmen Massacre (天安门大屠杀)
open fire (开枪)
demonstrate (游行)
protest (抗议)
sit-in (静坐)
demonstrate (示威)
persecute (迫害)
student strike (罢课)
conflict (冲突)
take a walk (散步)
liu+si (6.4 in pinyin)
bajiu (89 in pinyin)
Chang’an Avenue (长安街)
square (广场)
Tianan(men) (天安(门))
Zhongnanhai (中南海)
member of standing committee (常委)
political bureau (政治局)
Gang of Four (四人帮)
sensitive (敏感)
turmoil (动乱)
democracy movement (民运(民主运动))
gunfire (枪声)
mothers of the motherland (祖国母亲)
Hunger Strike Declaration (绝食书)
non-violent non-cooperation (非暴力不合作)
student leader (学生领袖)
student federation (学联)
Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars (学自联)
Capital Autonomous Workers Federation (工自联)
Capital Autonomous Federation of University Students (北高联)
Capital Autonomous Federation of University Students (高自联)
Operation Yellowbird (黄雀行动)
Chinese Spring (中国之春)
Independent Chinese PEN Center (独立中文笔会)
Overseas Media:

Voice of America (美国之音)
Radio Free Asia (自由亚洲)
Radio France Internationale (法广)
Boxun (博讯)
SeeChina (看中国)
Apollo (阿波罗)
Note: All Chinese-language words are tested using simplified characters. The same terms in traditional characters occasionally return different results. CDT Chinese runs a project that crowd-sources filtered keywords on Sina Weibo search.

CDT independently tests the keywords before posting them, but some searches later become accessible again. We welcome readers to contribute to this project so that we can include the most up-to-date information. To add words, check out the form at the bottom of CDT Chinese’s latest sensitive words post.

Music for Hong Kong & Cantonese readers: 🙂 We are the Conscience of 1.3 BILLION because WE CAN!


Love 余詠詩

Musice for Western Readers: 🙂

Well thanks for this late addition from (de)

Between the 4th June-11th June 2012, in a simple 21K Free Liu Group Images of Hong kong’s 180K protest and the suspicious death of Li Wang yang generated 509,208 Viewers Worldwide!!!!!!!!!!

38 comments on “Communist Beijing can’t Black out Hong kong’s 180K Candles! 6’4 Tiananmen Student Massacre! Free Liu Xiaobo 劉曉波 and all political prisoners!

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    April 9, 2013

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  2. Sydney Kisiel
    March 20, 2013

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    • ceciliawyu
      March 21, 2013

      Sydney, thank you. I know. I do my best…but sometimes I don’t have so much time to write this stuff and would rather get it out and then sort it out later …when I do the anthology and find a Virgo fascist-spelling-grammar-Editor who will enjoy making it all perfect…..I hate editing my own stuff, it is not my gift! I have a life! But thanks for noticing. 🙂 Please tell me if you can find me an editor who can take on Yoda…I would love that and he/she is probably worth his/her weight in gold! 🙂

  3. Andrew Dally
    March 15, 2013

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    • ceciliawyu
      April 10, 2013

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    March 9, 2013

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  6. Marillas
    March 7, 2013

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    • ceciliawyu
      April 3, 2013

      Marillas, there is a button in your dashboard for that….I can’t remember where…just look around…I think it is in settings….just email “wordpress support” straight away if you are experiencing problems. Don’t bother with the “helpers” …they just go blah-blah online…like most chatrooms and never get to the point …blind leading the blind! I never believe the crap morons say in chatrooms, it is not helpful.

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      February 19, 2013

      Hello Sydney Sun Roof Repairs, lol. Okay, I’m hoping it is “WACA WACA” as in and NOT “WAKA WAKA”… bomb some bloody slum in Uganda ‘cos we can’t afford the ticket to South Africa (sooo annoying…nearly killed off Kenny the himbo (project guy in uganda)…hahhaa….Chi SEEN!

      Hate exploitative football except Barcelona FC, (they are in my goodbook cos they extended the contract with Yala and their players have cute accents), Love Shakira, Empower Africa from the Grassroot and stop listening to Euro-trashes ideas of what Africa needs! Chi Seen!

      Honestly, even WITH Shakira, I still think football is Zzz!

  10. Dr David
    January 29, 2013

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  11. Emil Baell
    January 28, 2013

    Greetings! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and say I really enjoy reading your posts about anti-government protest in Chinaa. Can you suggest any other blogs/websites/forums that go over the same subjects? Thanks a lot!

  12. Tsing
    January 22, 2013

    Due Process is the Main Challenges In the chinese legal professional leading this generation – What You Need To Know is that we cannot have due process if we have no freedom to think!

    From Cecilia: Tsing, I know. I’m sorry. Hong kong supports you.


  13. Donate Sunshine
    January 1, 2013

    Thank you for supporting Bradley Manning!
    You can write to Bradley at the following address:

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    • 锦州监狱
      January 1, 2013

      Thank you. You can write to Nobel Peace Laureate Liu Xiaobo here so says Amnesty:

      Liu Xiaobo
      Jinzhou jianyu
      86 Nanshanli
      Liaoningsheng 121 014
      People’s Republic of China

      SERIOUSLY!!! There is no mail through the white rabbit hole that Alice knows of!
      ** the chick not the town..(in-bogan-joke)

      Click 锦州监狱 for sat-map…:)

      P.S It is 5.30am gmt….surely this is not THE URGENT thing?!!!???? Zzzzzzzzzz. You r lucky my kitten woke me up meowing cos he had his balls off this week! Lol. HAPPY NEW YEAR? What time is it in the southern hem?

  14. senniki internet
    July 30, 2012

    Howdy just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The words in your post seem to be running off the screen in Ie. I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I figured I’d post to let you know. The design and style look great though! Hope you get the problem fixed me if I can help! Many thanks

    from Cecilia: Thank you so much. Yes, its because of the chinese fonts. I asked an expert on this from Texas, she said it is just the programmers being biased because the net will get more and more chinese but they don’t want to “accept that and programme accordingly”..she said its a hidden racism but it won’t chnage until chinese or non-english dominate the internet landscape! Thank you for noticing! 🙂

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    July 30, 2012

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    You know those Sydney lawyers didn’t get Bradley out right?

  16. Tsh
    July 23, 2012

    “When you get a thing the way you want it, leave it alone.” by Sir Winston Leonard Spenser Churchill.
    Hello from Turkey. My blog is Trafikte Sorumluluk Hareketi. Nice we meet. You have some friends from turkey who can read this?

    From Cecilia: yes, I do. I am sure they will like your blog, they are constantly complaining about dangerous drivers in Istanbul! Goodluck!

  17. G.R.Hovis
    July 4, 2012

    I think other website owners should take this website as an model, very clean and above reproach in terms of integrity .
    hey I can read french too! LOL.
    So To Hou (your 50cents gang secret admirer): “He who lives without folly isn’t so wise as he thinks.”
    Word from the wise Francois de La Rochefoucauld.

  18. Laflin
    July 1, 2012

    A very decent web site , I love the style. It really stands out! Do you have a writing team or just you?

    From Cecilia: Its me and the occasional guest blogger input. thanx. (CC)

  19. ceciliawyu
    June 28, 2012

    Hey Wikileakers …please!

    I was talking about wikipedia…some chinese guy keeps trying to quote from wikipedia to claim Li Wang Yang could have killed himself!

    I was like,”Oh get over it! Such nonsense!”….(see aussie journalist piece:

    But he could be a true believer …I mean lots of people collaborated with Hitler!..why not Communism? same-same dictatorship! 😛 lol. (joke)

    However love your poster! XO (CC)

  20. Jules V
    June 28, 2012

    Thanks for taking the time , I feel strongly about this. If possible, as you gain facts, let me know. I will revisit but I won’t follow because when you click the follow button on someone’s profile, you start following them and will be constantly updated on the tweets that are being posted by the one being followed. That won’t go down well for me all the time. But you know how to flag me to important topics…and lets see about getting you on wiki.

    • ceciliawyu
      June 28, 2012

      Jules. thank you. You don’t need to follow me as I have no idea how to follow you anyway! As for wiki…oh please….that is so not a reliable source!!!! hahaahhaa…so many social media junkie…so little time…Lol. (just kidding). CC

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    June 27, 2012

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  22. Furne
    June 21, 2012

    Best Regards for helping out, wonderful info.
    You asked us to leavea quote so here’s one by Will Durant: The health of nations is more important than the wealth of nations.

    • ceciliawyu
      June 21, 2012

      Yeah, thanks. I did not ask anyone to leave a quote but for a while some french people kept leaving quotes so I think this has spread when other people read their responses…and possibly my at times sarcastic response….because lets face it we are not all : Geraldy…well with so many book-ish people in here, hey, add me on goodreads! 🙂 warning, my reviews are REALLY sarcastic. 🙂

  23. Kamgra
    June 19, 2012

    Utterly cool content, thanks for information. “No human thing is of serious importance.” by Plato….but this is very close to it! I hope it works out for the people.

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    June 19, 2012

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  26. Ruth Calvino
    June 16, 2012

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  27. Jessee
    June 13, 2012

    this is a shocking post. What a brave man to stand up to the tanks!

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