EASC4 - EASC NOTES 10/11/05 June 5th, a human challenged...

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EASC NOTES 10/11/05 June 5 th , a human challenged the tanks Tiaman is the gate that leads to the power, Peoples Republic was founded Tiaman square was full of students After the revolution, if a peasant went to the city to look for a leader, he could no longer find him…they were all in palaces. The building of the square would become the center of Chinese political life. In the center is a monument of Chinese history and the “people” Under the communist party, everyone’s life was full of politics Mao died between an earthquake and a great eclipse…foretelling of death 1989 student demonstrations—three students desecrated Mao’s portrait. Throwback to the horrors of the cultural revolution Life is becoming more colorful as living standards rise There were huge celebrations in 1984. They were bright and colorful. May 28 th 1989 Chi Lin requested an interview with an American Journalist. She was a 23 year old student and was fearing her death. People use dead leaders to vent their anger and express their hopes.
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course EASC 150g taught by Professor Rosen during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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EASC4 - EASC NOTES 10/11/05 June 5th, a human challenged...

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