Last week, Cambridge University Press proposed to limit access to The China Quarterly, a major academic journal in the field of Chinese Studies.
A pro-democracy movement in Beijing in 1989, triggered by the death of reformist ex-leader Hu Yaobang on April 15 that year, developed into large-scale street protests and weeks-long sit-ins and hunger strikes at the city's Tiananmen Square by students and residents. They demonstrated against China's central government and called for greater freedoms. In the early hours of June 4, the military moved in to remove them. An unconfirmed number of unarmed civilians were killed in the crackdown.