Zhao Ziyang, then the Communist Party chief, addresses student hunger strikers with a loud-hailer in Tiananmen Square at dawn on May 19, 1989, inside a bus where they were sheltering. He tearfully told them: "We have come too late." Photo: AFP Zhao Ziyang, then the Communist Party chief, addresses student hunger strikers with a loud-hailer in Tiananmen Square at dawn on May 19, 1989, inside a bus where they were sheltering. He tearfully told them: "We have come too late." Photo: AFP
Zhao Ziyang, then the Communist Party chief, addresses student hunger strikers with a loud-hailer in Tiananmen Square at dawn on May 19, 1989, inside a bus where they were sheltering. He tearfully told them: "We have come too late." Photo: AFP
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Son of purged reformer Zhao Ziyang tells of China's 'shame', 25 years after Tiananmen

Zhao Ziyang's son speaks out on China's 'shame', 25 years after martial law was declared in Beijing

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Zhao Ziyang, then the Communist Party chief, addresses student hunger strikers with a loud-hailer in Tiananmen Square at dawn on May 19, 1989, inside a bus where they were sheltering. He tearfully told them: "We have come too late." Photo: AFP Zhao Ziyang, then the Communist Party chief, addresses student hunger strikers with a loud-hailer in Tiananmen Square at dawn on May 19, 1989, inside a bus where they were sheltering. He tearfully told them: "We have come too late." Photo: AFP
Zhao Ziyang, then the Communist Party chief, addresses student hunger strikers with a loud-hailer in Tiananmen Square at dawn on May 19, 1989, inside a bus where they were sheltering. He tearfully told them: "We have come too late." Photo: AFP
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