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  1. On April 15th, 1989, following the death of the former General Secretary of Communist Party of China Hu Yaobang, a wave of student protests began in China.[1] The protestors demanded democratic reforms in the country, end of corruption within the Communist Party, freedom of the press, freedom of speech and association. Starting on April 15th, groups of students started gathering at the Monument to the People's Heroes at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, with more student gatherings beginning in other Chinese cities in the following days.

    On the night of April 17th, nearly three thousand Peking University Students joined the protestors, occupying the Tiananmen Square. In the following weeks, thousands of Chinese students staged protests on the square on multiple days, including a nearly 100,000-strong march on the day of Hu Yaobang's state funeral held on the square on April 22nd, 1989.


    On May 13th, 1989, over 300,000 people gathered on the Square for a massive hunger strike in anticipation of the highly publicized state visit by Soviet leader Michail Gorbachev.

    On May 20th, 1989, the Chinese government declared martial law, mobilizing at least 30 military divisions. Around the same time, internal divisions intensified among the protestors, leading to general disorganization of the protests.

    On the evening of June 3rd, Chinese state television warned the residents to stay indoors. At about 10 pm, the 38th Chinese Army moved towards the city center, firing warning shots to disperse the crowds and causing several fatalities. At about 12:15 am that night, armored vehicles arrived at the square, sealing the protestors off at about 1:30 am, with military personnel firing shots at arriving demonstrators trying to enter the square. During the events of the night, multiple protesters were killed by the Chinese army, with death toll estimates ranging from 241 victims (official government figure) to 2,600 (Chinese Red Cross estimate).

  2. 动态网自由门 天安門 天安门 法輪功 李洪志 Free Tibet 六四天安門事件 The Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 天安門大屠殺 The Tiananmen Square Massacre 反右派鬥爭 The Anti-Rightist Struggle 大躍進政策 The Great Leap Forward 文化大革命 The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution 人權 Human Rights 民運 Democratization 自由 Freedom 獨立 Independence 多黨制 Multi-party system 台灣 臺灣 Taiwan Formosa 中華民國 Republic of China 西藏 土伯特 唐古特 Tibet 達賴喇嘛 Dalai Lama 法輪功 Falun Dafa 新疆維吾爾自治區 The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region 諾貝爾和平獎 Nobel Peace Prize 劉暁波 Liu Xiaobo 民主 言論 思想 反共 反革命 抗議 運動 騷亂 暴亂 騷擾 擾亂 抗暴 平反 維權 示威游行 李洪志 法輪大法 大法弟子 強制斷種 強制堕胎 民族淨化 人體實驗 肅清 胡耀邦 趙紫陽 魏京生 王丹 還政於民 和平演變 激流中國 北京之春 大紀元時報 九評論共産黨 獨裁 專制 壓制 統一 監視 鎮壓 迫害 侵略 掠奪 破壞 拷問 屠殺 活摘器官 誘拐 買賣人口 遊進 走私 毒品 賣淫 春畫 賭博 六合彩 天安門 天安门 法輪功 李洪志 Winnie the Pooh 劉曉波动态网自由门

  3. I think the only way the price would be worth it for me is if you could keep the digital copy even if you unsubscribe from Disney+. But since that isn’t an option, I’ll just wait for it to come out included in the service itself, or elsewhere where I can buy it to own a copy. And we know that Disney will get a significantly higher percent of the sales through their own platform than at theaters, so it feels even higher priced than it needs to be in terms of their profits per viewer, while we aren’t even getting the theater experience for the price.

    I know they want/need to recoup as much as possible for the lost theatrical release, especially since it was heavily reliant on a large global pull, but I doubt a model like this is going to make that much up. And I do think having tiered/gated content, even as a one-off, on the streaming service basically makes it obvious that there are limitations to how much they’re willing to invest in products for it, which is unfortunately a weak look in comparison to other services. But I do recognize that Disney+ is mostly focused on being a library to make passive revenue than a content production powerhouse.

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