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Chiang Kai Shek (Oct 31,1887 – April 5, 1975) Chinese political / military leader best known for leading Kuomintang during second Sino-Japanese war. An ally to Sun Yat Sen, who advocated for democracy in China, Chiang Kai Shek & his followers eventually fled to Taiwan after takeover of Mao Zedong & Communist party.

from ShortList Magazine

30 Coolest Alternative Album Covers

Artist: Guns 'N Roses Album: Chinese Democracy Designer: Unknown It is unclear whether this design inspired, or mimicked, the eventual cover for the forever-delayed G'n'R comeback album; either way, it is a far superior effort to what eventually ended up on the cover, being more understated, simple and cool than the 'official' design. Mind you, understatement isn't really Axl's thing is it?

from Mail Online

Photos that changed the world: Time magazine's most influential images

Defiance: On June 5, 1989 this man bravely stood in front of a Chinese tank following the Tiananmen Square massacre. Chinese troops had attacked pro-democracy demonstrators camped on the plaza


Quiz: Can You Name The Guns N’ Roses Song By One Line?

Quiz: Can You Name The Guns N’ Roses Song By One Line? - Rockin’ job! Axl Rose would be very proud and serenade you with “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” because that’s what you are to those fellow rock n’ rollers. You probably have rocked out to all of their albums, from "Appetite for Destruction" to "Chinese Democracy". Keep jivin’! 100%


1989 Tiananmen Square 1 the massacre of hundreds if not thousands of unarmed peaceful pro-democracy protesters in Beijing and the arrest of tens of thousands of demonstrators in cities across China. The protesters, were peacefully calling for political and economic reform. In response, the Chinese authorities responded with overwhelming force to repress the demonstrations,Military units were brought in and unarmed protesters and onlookers were killed en masse.

from BBC News

Why Tiananmen still matters

Waving banners, high school students march in Beijing streets near Tiananmen Square on 25 May 1989 during a rally to support the pro-democracy protest against the Chinese government