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Moving the Mountain by Li Lu
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Moving the Mountain

by Li Lu

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0333539109, Hardcover)

A behind-the-scenes account of historic events as witnessed by Li Lu, one of the deputy commanders of the Chinese students who peacefully demonstrated for democratic reform in Tiananmen Square. He is now one of China's "21 most wanted" list. This is the story of the days and nights in the square and the people's movements they began. Li Lu describes the hunger strike, the daily strategy sessions, his own wedding in the Square and the brutal killings of 3 and 4 June. It is also a story of a child of the Cultural Revolution, a boy forced to fend for himself while his parents paid for the "crimes" as intellectuals.

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