Here is the famous Tiananmen Square, a place where some students made a demonstration against the government in 1989.
Today, this moment in history is a taboo subject in Beijing you can’t talk about. On my last article on the government filtered internet, I didn’t check this item.
Like many big famous places, all entries/exits to the site require going through security checks.
Entrance to the metro station is blocked sometimes.
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