Surprised this hasn't been posted... June 4th marked the 20th anniversary of Tiananmen Square. A lot of Chinese (and of course others) are wondering what did it accomplish? An estimated 150,000 people showed up to hold a candlelight vigil and the square itself was heavily guarded by police. Wall Street Journal has a few pieces about it... here's one of them: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124397266329878327.html#mod=article-outset-box For those too young to know what Tinanamen Square is - Wikipedia has a great page about it. Do you think anything has changed? What do you think the Chinese people could do now to become a democratic republic (that of course assuming that's what they want)?