balloon \'tank man\' in taiwan marks 30 years since tiananmen crackdown
A Taiwanese artist created a giant inflatable device for tanks and \"Tank Men --
Lone protesters standing in front of a tank at Beijing\'s Tiananmen Square
Commemorating the 30 th anniversary of China\'s bloody crackdown on pro-Russian troops
A picture of a man wearing a white shirt standing on a tank Road has become one of the most recognized images of the 20 th century and a symbol of peaceful protest.
The balloons are on display in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan --
Monument to one of Taiwan\'s most famous landmarks.
It was mentioned that in June 4, 1989, Chinese news and social media conducted a rigorous review of the crackdown.
The ruling Communist Party has never announced how many protesters were killed in and around Tiananmen Square.
\"As Taiwanese, I hope I can help China achieve democracy one day.
So I think it is important that the people of Taiwan continue to discuss this topic.
\"Prevent people from forgetting this incident and remind the people of Taiwan that the regime in China is dangerous,\" said artist Shake . \".
\"This thing has been (China\'s)
Hong Kong and Taiwan are commemorating the incident, she said.
Visitors to the Memorial Hall pose for photos with balloons.
\"Both local and time require courage. So many tourists from China came to CHIANG KAI-SHEK --
Su Rong said: \"Stone Memorial HallHua, a 21-year-old student.
She called the work \"a statement against the Chinese government \".
\"I think it was very brave to put it here, and I was very worried that someone might pop it up with a needle at night. \"(
Reuters television reported;
Edited by Alexandra Hudson and Ed Osmond)