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September 14, 1989
One of China's seven most-wanted dissident intellectuals, Su Xiaokang, has escaped after three months on the run from Chinese police. "I hid out in villages, in forests and in the mountains," Su said in an interview at a secret Hong Kong address, where he arrived 10 days ago. He later left for Paris. "For three months I lived in fear of arrest by the security forces," he said.
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September 14, 1989
One of China's seven most-wanted dissident intellectuals, Su Xiaokang, has escaped after three months on the run from Chinese police. "I hid out in villages, in forests and in the mountains," Su said in an interview at a secret Hong Kong address, where he arrived 10 days ago. He later left for Paris. "For three months I lived in fear of arrest by the security forces," he said.
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May 11, 1989 | DAVID HOLLEY, Times Staff Writer
A group of about 5,000 students on bicycles rode through Beijing for six hours Wednesday, stopping for protest rallies at the headquarters of official news media outlets. "Central Television turns black into white and truth into lies," the students shouted in front of the state-run television offices. "The People's Daily cheats the people," they chanted at the gate of the official Communist Party newspaper. They burned a few copies of the paper to emphasize their dissatisfaction with its heavily censored coverage of the pro-democracy demonstrations that began in mid-April.
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July 8, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
China lashed out at its foreign critics Friday, decrying what it called an international "anti-China wave" since the June massacre of pro-democracy protesters. At the same time, Chinese sources said Wang Dan, one of the most prominent student leaders of the democracy movement, has been arrested by security agents after eluding capture for more than a month.
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