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Anniversary of the violent suppression of demonstrations in Tiananmen Square: Impact on Ukraine, then and now

03.06.2023, 18:39

Meeting with Wu`er Kaixi, dissident, one of the leaders of the 1989 student protests in China, Secretary General of the Taiwanese Parliamentary Commission on Human Rights.

With participation of Oleksandra Matviichuk, human rights activist, head of the Center for Civil Liberties, Nobel Peace Prize laureate 2022;

Volodymyr Viatrovych, People's Deputy, member of the Ukraine-Taiwan Inter-Fractional Parliamentary Association, one of the leaders of the Orange Revolution and Euromaidan protests in 2004 and 2013-2014;

Ihor Poshyvailo, Director General of the National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity. 

On Sunday in Kyiv, we invite media representatives to a meeting and discussion with one of the founders and key student leaders of the Tiananmen Democracy Movement, which took place in 1989 in China. It is fair to say that the Chinese student movement inspired and led to the next wave of revolutions in the Soviet Union, and East Germany, and the Velvet Revolutions in Eastern Europe, ending the Cold War. Every year the world remembers this day.

Wu`er Kaixi came to Ukraine on a humanitarian mission as Secretary General of the Taiwanese Parliamentary Human Rights Commission. «My stay in Ukraine gives me a perfect opportunity to deliver a message to the world, in the special circumstances of your country, that when comes to freedom and dignity, we the oppressed and resistants must unite».

The event will take place on Sunday, June 4, 16:00 at the Information and Exhibition Center of the Maidan Museum (18/2 Independence Square, Trade Unions Building, 1st floor). 

We invite representatives of the media and public sector to attend the event.



National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity (Maidan Museum)

Center for Civil Liberties


For contact: +38 096 666 09 62

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