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The future of China’s political realm is extremely unpredictable. A nation of people waits for the day that democracy will reign. The journey to that day started before June 4th 1989 and will span for a long time from now. The Tiananmen Massacre was the first emergence of such a large-scale plea for change in China but retaliation since has been a dangerous and somewhat futile path. China has made the Tiananmen massacre irrelevant and forgotten in the public eye. The more time that passes, the more people forget. Why remember the horrific past when the future offers the golden ticket to prosperity? But, forgetting is dangerous. Remembering may be painful and messy but it is necessary. To keep such an important piece of history alive requires knowledge and ideas to be shared one from generation to another. When voices are silenced, the victim’s side is always the one that loses.