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Chinese Social Media Personality Vanishes After Displaying Tank Cake on Tiananmen Anniversary

Top Chinese social media influencer Li Jiaqi, known as the “Lipstick King” because he once managed to sell 15,000 units of lipstick in five minutes flat during a livestream performance, was evidently “disappeared” by the tyrannical Chinese government on Friday after he pointed his webcam at a cake that looked like a tank, one day before the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

HANGZHOU, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 23: E-commerce livestreamer Austin Li Jiaqi attends a public-welfare livestreaming ceremony on September 23, 2021 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province of China. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

‘Pillar of Shame’ Tiananmen Memorial Rises Around the World After Hong Kong Communists Tear It Down

The Pillar of Shame, a haunting memorial to the victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989, stood proudly in Hong Kong for over twenty years until Communist goons finally managed to tear it down last December. The original statue has been buried in storage by the Chinese Communists, who are desperately trying to erase the Tiananmen massacre from history, but replicas are rising around the world with the blessing of the artist.


Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Square Vigil to Be Suppressed for Third Year Running

Hong Kong media reported on Wednesday that the Leisure and Cultural Service Department (LCSD) has suspended any bookings at Victoria Park for June 4, effectively shutting down the famous vigil for the Tiananmen Square massacre for the third year running. 2022 marks the 33rd anniversary of the savage Communist slaughter of dissident students.

In this June 4, 2015 file photo, people attend a candlelight vigil at Victoria Park in Hong Kong. The group, Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, that had organized annual vigils in remembrance of victims of the Chinese military’s crushing of the 1989 Tiananmen Square …

China Disappears Tiananmen Square Memorial in Hong Kong

Chinese officials tore down the “Pillar of Shame,” a 26-foot-tall statue of brutalized bodies commemorating the 1989 massacre of Tiananmen Square protesters by the Chinese Communist government, on Thursday over the objections of its creator.

The "Pillar of Shame" statue stands at the Hong Kong University campus on October 15, 2021 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong University demanded that a now-disbanded pro-democracy alliance remove the artwork, an eight-metre tall monument to the Tiananmen Square Massacre by Danish artist Jens Glaschiot, after it has stood …

China Celebrates Tiananmen Massacre as a ‘Political Vaccine’ Against Democracy

China’s state-run Global Times pushed ahead with the regime’s revisionism of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre on Friday by insisting what actually happened 32 years ago was not the brutal suppression of pro-democracy youth, but an expression of the “Chinese people’s confidence” in the glorious leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Tiananmen Square (AP Photo / Jeff Widener)