China might not want its people and the world to remember Tiananmen Square, but we in the free world owe it to those students who were massacred on June 4, 1989 to remember.
letter to the editor
This is the 25th anniversary of that terrible massacre. Those young people wanted democracy, freedom and justice for their people and their country, only be be denied the very basics of being human and free.
It's time for the free world to have another look at China and what it means in relationship to all of us who cherish our freedom.
God bless us all.
— Joy French-Coleman writes from Harbour Grace