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1989 Tiananmen Square Protest Student Leader Calls Chinese Leaders a "Group of Bandits"

Former Tiananmen Square protest student leader Wu'er Kaixi issues a plea to U.S. leaders to stop treating the Chinese government like a… read more

Former Tiananmen Square protest student leader Wu'er Kaixi issues a plea to U.S. leaders to stop treating the Chinese government like a "big country with responsible stakeholders," but to recognize that it is a "group of bandits who stole the position of ruling one of the largest country and took advantage of that position to loot the country." He offers some suggestions on putting pressure on China, including visa sanctions and freezing the assets of elite families. He also addresses his previous comments about feeling "betrayed" by the U.S. and frustrated by U.S.-China policy. close

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1989 Tiananmen Square Protest Student Leader Calls Chinese Leaders a "Group of Bandits"

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