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六四诗选

100位海内外重要诗人、文人与革命者的代表诗作,包括多篇首度出土的珍贵文献,从私人独白到公共演说,突破封锁和消音,传递反国家暴力的烽火,作为转型正义、历史正义的精神文本,展现撕开历史幕幔、洞穿历史高墙的诗性之光。全书以编年方式凸显流变脉络,堪称最具时代意义与文学价值的经典选本。

 
自由女人

1989年6月5日凌晨写到2009年六四20周年。这个9场话剧以北京大学研究生、香港记者“自由女人”,偶遇只身挡坦克的英雄王维林为主线,与天安门广场现场总指诨蔡芝炅和副总指挥从迪芬20年间的恩爱情仇这根线交相辉映,剧中提到参与营救六四被通缉学生和其他人士的黄雀行动的香港支联会主席司徒华和商人“六哥”陈达钲等人。觉得应当用倒逼的方式,把我的意见能通过戏剧表现出来,能帮助现在的决策者吧,党内的开明人士及早地解决问题,及早地卸掉这个包袱。这是我的初衷,也是我的最终目标。”——沙叶新,本书作者,剧作家

 
Tank Man: How a Photograph Defined China's Protest Movement (Captured World History)

“In this book from the new Captured World History series, Burgan offers a concise, clearly written account of events before, during, and after the June demonstrations as well as a riveting story of how Widener came to take the photo…An interesting perspective on a single photo and its historical context. Grades 5-8.” –Carolyn Phelan, Booklist

Tiananmen Square "Massacre"? The Power of Words vs. Silent Evidence (The Art of Media Disinformation is Hurting the World and Humanity)

The so-called Tiananmen Square “Massacre” is one of the most misleading events the US government and the Western media have used to demonize the Chinese government each and every year since 1989. There was ample silent evidence in the images produced by the Western media that told the story of a highly restrained and caring Chinese government facing a protest similar to those in the West at various stages of their economic development. However, the West and anti-communist forces had capitalized on the situation in 1989 to fuel the public’s anger, intending to overthrow a good government.

Tiananmen Moon: Inside the Chinese Student Uprising of 1989

“His book, written with the dual perspective of a participant in the movement and as a freelancer working with the international press, is the first and last word on that historic and horrific moment in the rise of modern China.”— Gay Talese, author of A Writer's Life

People’s Republic of Amnesia

“Twenty-five years after the bloody suppression of pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing, the government continues to deploy its technologies of forgetting -- censorship of the media, falsification of history, and the amnesiac drug of shallow nationalism -- to silence those who dare to remember and deter those who want to inquire. But the truth itself does not change; it only finds new ways to come out. Lim gives eloquent voice to the silenced witnesses, and uncovers the hidden nightmares that trouble China's surface calm.” –Andrew J. Nathan, coeditor, The Tiananmen Papers

Tiananmen Exiles: Voices of the Struggle for Democracy in China (Palgrave Studies in Oral History)

“Combining autobiographical and biographical approaches with psycho-cultural analysis, Rowena Xiaoqing He has ingeniously reconstructed the entire movement in historical perspective not only to unlock the past and explain the present but also to peer into the future of China's sustained struggle against totalitarian tyranny.” –Ying-shih Yu, Emeritus Professor of East Asian Studies and History, Princeton University, and winner of the John W. Kluge Prize for the Study of Humanity

My First Trip to China: Scholars, Diplomats and Journalists Reflect on their First Encounters with China

“To collect the stories of first encounters with China was a brilliant idea. Not only do we get the benefit of many fascinating insights (and hindsights) from a range of foreigners and overseas Chinese, but these deftly edited views from the outside make up one great story: the history of Communist China. More than a history of one damned thing happening after another, however, this is a history of perceptions, lies, myths, and revelations, as much about China as her rulers wish it to be seen, as about those who chose to see China, more and sometimes less clearly, over the last half century.”— Ian Buruma, author of Bad Elements

The Thought Remolding Campaign of the Chinese Communist Party-State

“An incisive critique of the intellectual chicanery, psychological manipulation, and physical coercion that form the core of Chinese communism. In the tradition of Arthur Koestler, George Orwell, and Vaclav Havel, Hu Ping, a distinguished Chinese liberal, makes a significant contribution to the literature on totalitarianism.”– Professor Steven I. Levine, Visiting Scholar, Carolina Asia Center University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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