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A Farewell Note From a Tiananmen Square Massacre Victim

On June 4, 1989, Xiao Jie, a journalism student at Renmin University of China, was killed by the hail of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) bullets fired at the students by the Chinese military. Xiao Jie’s parents found a farewell note to them in their son’s belongings left behind at the university. Below is an abridged version of the note.

Translated by Yi Ming

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