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China's youth still speaking out


Twenty years ago this week, China sent tanks to end student protests in Tiananmen Square. Hundreds of people, perhaps many more, were killed in the subsequent massacre in Beijing.

Two decades on, China's Communist Party exerts tight control over today's generation of students and young people. But their desire to express themselves has not entirely been destroyed.

James Reynolds reports.


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