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List of 202 People Killed in the Massacre, collected by the Tiananmen Mothers' Group (1989-2011)
Provided by Ding Zilin and Jiang Peikun
This marks the first time the full updated list of Tiananmen victims, edited and in some cases expanded here from the original.
In Liao Yiwu's new book "Bullets and Opium", he expanded the original list of people who died at Tiananmen Massacre.  
 
1. Lü Peng, male, 9, third-grader at Shunchenggen Elementary School in Beijing
On June 3, around midnight, this mischievous child who had not gone to sleep at his bedtime snuck out of the house without his parents' knowledge to join in the patriotic demonstrations of the grown-ups. Near the Fuxingmen Bridge intersection he was shot in the chest by martial law troops firing wildly. The angry crowd put his body on the roof of a convertible, parading it up and down the street as a demonstration of how even small children were in danger during the Chinese military's murder of the innocents.
 
2. Xia Zhilei, female, 22, university student in southern China
A little past 4 a.m. on June 4th, she followed other students as they retreated from Tiananmen. Reaching Dongdan, they were met by gunfire. Staggering and falling, she shouted, “Hurry! Hurry! Find a place to rest. I think I’ve been shot.” She held her chest tightly as blood kept gushing out from between her fingers. In the confusion and darkness, martial law troops were charging towards the group from all sides. People had no choice but to keep walking and carry the unconscious girl with them. A few minutes later, momentarily recovering consciousness before dying, she said to those around her: “Classmates! My blooming season is over. Xia Zhilei means “summertime flower bud,” which withers and dies very quickly.”
 
3. Liu Junhe, male, 56, small business owner in Beijing, personal details unknown
“Fresh, thin-skinned, thick-fleshed watermelons!” he called out again and again. “If they aren't sweet or crisp, you don't have to pay!” Early on the morning of June 4th, he was at his vendor's stall as usual next to the watchtower on Qianmen Avenue. Suddenly a line of army trucks drove by. With a rat-a-tat, the streetlights were shot out and the slaughter reached its climax in the dark. One after another, demonstrators fell to the ground, while the others scattered in all directions. As he rushed to pack up his cart, he was hit in the face by a random gunshot. Blood shot out from his neck. Shortly after he died at the Beijing Friendship Hospital.
 
4. Jiang Jielian, male, 17, sophomore at the high school attached to Renmin University of China.
He left home at 10:30 p.m. on the night of June 3. About 40 minutes later, while he was standing outside the building at Fuxingmenwaidajie No. 29, he was hit by wild gunfire from PLA martial law troops,. Bystanders immediately brought him to the nearby children's hospital. The death certificate stated that he was “dead on arrival.” He was cremated at the Babaoshan Funeral House. His ashes are kept at home.
 
5. Wang Nan, male, 19, sophomore at Yuetan High School in Beijing
Going out with his camera to “record history,” he was hit in the head by a stray bullet around midnight at the southern end of Nanchang Avenue. Those nearby shrieked and wanted to help him, but martial law troops fired shots in the air to stop them, until he was dead.
As they did with many victims, soldiers carelessly buried him in a field in front of Beijing Middle School No. 28 on the western side of Tiananmen Square. Three days later, the decaying bodies began to smell. After the school made a request to the authorities, all the bodies were allowed to be dug up and quickly cremated.
 
6. Xiao Jie, male, 21, journalism student at Renmin University.
He participated in the Tiananmen hunger strike and saw many of his fellow students injured in the bloodbath on the streets. With feelings of grief, indignation and fear, he bought a train ticket home to Chengdu so that he could leave the Beijing nightmare as soon as possible.
However, at 2:10 am on June 5, while he was about to cross the street at the Nanchizi Street intersection, he accidentally stepped on a red warning line that the martial law troops had painted on the street. A soldier yelled “Halt!”, but he continued on, panic-struck. Gunfire struck from behind. He spun half-way around and fell. A red flower erupted on his chest. The crowd screamed and rushed forward. They lay him out quickly on a flatbed three-wheeled cart and rushed him to Gong'an Hospital. At 2:55, emergency treatment having failed, he stopped breathing.
 
7. Xie Jingsuo, male, 21, sophomore in the Light Industry College of the Beijing Lianhe University
As he was recording history with his camera at the Liubukou intersection in Xidan during the early morning of June 4th, he was attacked by a ferocius band of martial law soldiers, who showered him with their clubs.. Lying there with an assault rifle pressing down on the left side of his chest, he screamed for mercy but it was already too late. Only after two shots were fired was the crowd able to take him to the emergency treatment center.
 
8. Xiao Bo, male, 27, lecturer in chemistry at Peking University
Xiao Bo, a precocious student, tested into the Peking University Technology and Physics Department at the age of 16.
Late on the night of June 3, disregarding his own personal safety, he passed through streets filled with heavy gunfire to Muxidi to help his students return to campus, when a stray bullet penetrated his chest. He was immediately carried to Fuxing Hospital for emergency treatment, which proved ineffective. He died soon after – on his birthday, leaving twin sons not quite three months old.
 
9. Jin Ying, male, 18, Beijing, occupation unknown
On the evening of June 5, he went out with a colleague and never returned home. His family visited all the major hospitals in Beijing, but they heard nothing about him until seven days later someone found him by chance at the Erlong Street Hospital in the western district of Beijing. The mortuary personnel at the hospital explained to his family that he was so small and thin that they thought he was a child. His body was covered with small white flowers, his body riddled with three bullets. After breathing his last, he was dropped in a flower bed in Muxidi. Judging from all the blood he had lost, he must have struggled for some time.
 
10. Lu Chunlin, male, 27, graduate student at Renmin University
Just before he died – late on the night of June 3, at Muxidi in the city center – he raised his blood-soaked body and asked passersby to send his ID card back to his school. University officials identified his body, and he was cremated. His relatives took his ashes back to his hometown in Jiangsu for burial.
 
11. Zhang Xianghong, female, 20, student in the International Politics Department, specializing in the International Communist Movement, at Renmin University
Along with her elder brother, his wife, and several other people, she left the home of relatives in Zhushikou at 11 p.m. on June 3, but martial law troops separated the group. The trailing light from flying bullets made webs of fire. Running hand in hand with her sister-in-law, they hid in bushes to the west of Daqianmen. The bullet struck the main artery on the left side of her chest and went out through her back. The crowd carried her to a city emergency medical center where she was treated. Early in the morning of June 4th, after heartrending screams, she died.
 
12. Cheng Renxing, male, 25, English major in the Foreign Languages Department of Central China Teacher's College in Wuhan, graduate student at Renmin University with a double major at the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Studies Institute.
He and several classmates were battling the siege at the flagpole in Tiananmen Square on the morning of June 4th. When the tanks rolled in, he was shot in the stomach. He screamed in pain and was taken to Beijing People's Hospital. There were too many people waiting, and he died from loss of blood. The family lost their only university student, an award winner and an excellent student, a good leader and a member in good standing of the Communist Youth League.
 
13. Wang Yifei, male, 31, employee of the Datong Company in Zhongguancun, Beijing
On the night of June 3, he was suddenly hit by a bullet at the entrance of the headquarters of Academia Sinica at Sanlihe. It went through his lung on the left side of his chest. He died on the spot.
 
14. Yang Yansheng, male, 30, employee at Sports News in Beijing
While helping injured people at the Zhengyi Road intersection on the morning of June 4th, he was shot in his lower abdomen with a dumdum bullet. He went down on his knees as his intestines splashed out. Like many other wounded, he was taken by the crowd to Beijing Hospital for emergency treatment, but he could not be helped.
 
15. Zhang Jin, female, 19, graduate of the Beijing Foreign Trade Center's Foreign Affairs Service School and trainee at the International Trade Center
In shock, she was caught in the crossfire around midnight on June 3, struck from behind, even as her boyfriend grabbed her and ran withher into a nearby alley. Her head instantly exploded. She was taken to the Posts and Telecommunications Hospital, but she was already dead.
 
16. Duan Changlong, male, 24, graduate of the Tsinghua University Chemical Engineering Department, specializing in Applied Chemistry, and a class section leader.
He left home on his bicycle to “witness history” and came upon a confrontation between a large crowd of unarmed civilians and heavily armed soldiers. Bullets flew like rain and people were cut down like grass. People ran in all directions. Just as he turned around, a bullet hit him on the left side of his chest. An examination revealed that he was shot by a small caliber weapon at extremely close range. His ashes were interred at the Wan'an Public Cemetery in the western suburbs of Beijing.
 
17. Wang Weiping, female, 25, intern at Beijing People's Hospital Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, recent graduate of Beijing Medical University
Bravely rushing to the “front lines” to rescue the injured on the night of June 3, she was hit in the neck by a bullet. She was taken to Beijing Medical University hospital for emergency treatment, but died there. Her ashes were interred at the Wan'an Public Cemetery with the simple inscription on her headstone “Born December 21, 1964. Killed in an accident June 3.”
 
18. Wang Jianping, male, 27, driver for the southern suburbs fleet of the Beijing Gas Company
Joining the blockade of military vehicles on the night of June 3, he was shot on the left side of his chest at the Xidan intersection. With great loss of blood, he died the following morning. After his cremation, he was carelessly buried for some unknown reason in a deserted field in the suburbs of Beijing
When he was killed, he left behind a pair of twin girls, only eight months old.
 
19. Wang Peiwen, male, 21, student in the Youth Work Department of the China Youth Academy of Political Studies
A demonstrator retreating from Tiananmen Square early on the morning of June 4th, he was in the first row of a long column of students, passing through a human wall made of troops and their dark gun barrels. Feeling lucky to have escaped danger, he was knocked down and crushed by a tank charging ahead rapidly into the Liubukou intersection. His so-called remains were a mash of human flesh and blood inlaid in the pavement at the intersection.
 
20. Dong Xiaojun, male, 20, student in the Youth Work Department of the China Youth Academy of Political Studies
A demonstrator retreating from Tiananmen Square early on the morning of June 4th, he was at the tail end of a long column of students. He too passed through a human wall made of troops and their dark gun barrels. Likewise, just as he was feeling lucky to have steered clear of danger, a tank came up behind him. He was knocked down and crushed. His remains were scraped together bit by bit, and after cremation, were laid to rest at his family home in Yancheng, Jiangsu.
 
21. Yuan Li, male, 29, engineer at the Beijing National Electronic Industry Automation Research Center.
He had made a trip as an engineering expert to Germany and was preparing to make a trip to the United States. A little past 11 p.m. on the night of June 3, he left his house and walked to Muxidi. Troops attacked the crowd. In the midst of the wild shooting, a bullet hit him in the throat and came out the back.
With no identification on him, he was pronounced dead at the Navy General Hospital and listed as “anonymous corpse no. 2.” For more than 10 days, his family looked for him everywhere, visiting 44 hospitals all over Beijing. Eventually they found out “the circumstances of his disappearance.” They brought his body home on June 19.
 
22. Ye Weihang, male, 19, junior at Beijing No. 57 High School, class leader, and student association cadre
Shot at Muxidi in the early morning, he was listed as “anonymous corpse no. 1” after the Navy General Hospital determined he was dead. He was found to have three bullet wounds: an open wound in his left arm, a closed wound in his right chest and a closed wound at the right rear side of his head. On June 5, his family learned “the circumstances of his disappearance.” They recovered his remains and had them cremated, and his ashes rest at home.
 
23. Wu Guofeng, male, 21, student in the Industrial Economics Department of Renmin University
During the 1989 student movement he was elected a member of his university's Students’ Autonomous Federation preparatory committee. He participated in the five days and nights of the Tiananmen hunger strike.
On the evening of June 3, disregarding repeated warnings from the school, he grabbed his camera and rode his bike to the scene to record history. The army butchered him, though it is not known exactly where. According to an analysis, after he fell to the ground with a gunshot wound, he was shot again at close range and, lying face up, stabbed with a military bayonet. He had grabbed the bayonet in his death throes, enraging his executioner.
 
24. Wang Chao, male, 30, an employee of the Beijing Zhongguancun Sitong Company. Wang was killed the night of June 3. The place and details are not known. He was at first listed as “anonymous corpse no. 3” by the Navy General Hospital.
 
25. An Ji, male, 31, Editor of Township Construction, a magazine of the Ministry of Construction's China Construction Technologies Research Center in Beijing
On June 6 at midnight, seven young people were going home after a meeting. When they passed through the Nanlishi intersection, they were attacked by troops. Swept by dense gunfire, all five of the young men were shot down. The two frightened young women knelt and begged loudly for mercy over and over and were spared their lives. The names of the other six were Wang Zhengqiang, Wang Zhengsheng, Yang Ziming, Yang Ziping, Yang Yuemei, and Zhang Xuemei.
 
26. Wang Zhengsheng, male, 20, employee at the Beijing North China Material Supply Station
He was killed at the same time as An Ji. He was shot in the back and was sent to the hospital together with his elder brother Wang Zhengqiang – who, though seriously wounded, was able to recover from his wounds.
 
27. Yang Ziping, male, 26, worker at Beijing Machinery Factory No. 1
He was also killed at the same time as An Ji. He was shot in the back and sent together with his elder brother Yang Ziming to Fuxing Hospital. His elder brother Yang Ziming was seriously wounded, but recovered from his nearly fatal wounds.
 
28. Qian Jin, male, 21, student at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing
Riding a bicycle on June 3 at about 10 p.m. with a classmate surnamed Yuan at the Beifengwo intersection, he headed in the direction of Muxidi. He was turning toward home when he ran into a hail of gunfire, sweeping across the street like a fan. He and Yuan were shot at the same moment as others in flight also fell around them. The crowd took them to the Railroad General Hospital for emergency treatment. He was wounded in several places, and an artery had been shattered. He died on the morning of June 5 from loss of blood.
 
29. Liu Hong, male, 24, graduate student in environmental science at Tsinghua University
He was in the long column of students retreating from Tiananmen to Qianmen early in the morning of June 4th when soldiers shot him in the abdomen. He fell to his knees and his intestines spilled out. His classmates tried to stuff his intestines back inside him, they fell out again, this happened several times. His classmates could only press a small washbasin upside down on his wound, and he died in the arms of his classmates as they carried him to the hospital.
 
30. Zhong Qing, male, 21, student in Precision Machinery Department at Tsinghua University
On the night of June 3 in Muxidi, he ran back and forth as gunfire swept the area and was finally hit. His head exploded and half of his face was torn off. Many of his classmates could no longer recognize him. A little later, after searching the pockets of his trousers, they were able to determine just who it had been.
 
31. Zhou Deshi, male, 20, recent graduate of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Biophysics Research Institute, already assigned to Nanjing University
He was shot and killed on the night of June 3. No details are known.
 
32. Unknown male, age unknown, ticket seller on Beijing bus route 101
At 5 a.m. on June 4th, his dead body lay to the north of the Hongmiao intersection in the eastern suburbs of Beijing. This information was provided by several eyewitnesses.
 
33. Zhang XX, male, 53, section chief in the Infrastructure Department of the Thermoelectric Plant in the eastern suburbs of Beijing
At 5 a.m. on June 4th, his dead body lay to the north of the Hongmiao intersection in the eastern suburbs of Beijing. This information was provided by several eyewitnesses.
 
34. Yang Minghu, male, 42, employee of the China Council for the Promotion of Foreign Trade Patent Section Legal Office
On the morning of June 4th, he suddenly came under fire while standing in front of the main gate of the Ministry of Public Security on Chang'an Avenue. He was hit in the abdomen by dumdum bullets, which are forbidden by international treaty, smashing his bladder and pelvis. He died two days later in great pain at the hospital, staring with his two eyes wide open.
 
35. Zhuang Jiesheng, male, 27, salesperson at the Wudaokou Department Store in Beijing
He left home during the afternoon of June 3 but never returned. His family searched for him far and wide until June 11, when they saw the photographs of a series of “anonymous corpses that have not been claimed,” provided to the public by Tongren Hospital in Beijing. They had found him.
 
36. Yuan Minyu, male, 35, electric welder at the Beijing Geological Instrumentation Factory
At midnight on June 3, when he was somewhere between Sanlihe and Muxidi, he was struck in the heart and throat by two bullets. Emergency treatment proved ineffective and he died on the afternoon of June 4th at Beijing Children's Hospital.
 
37. Du Yanying, male, 29, worker at a company subordinate to the Beijing Reform Through Labor Bureau.
At 2 a.m., he was hit in the waist by a dumdum bullet near the Dabei Photography Studio at Qianmen. His heart and liver were blown apart. He died on the morning of June 5.
 
38. Lu Jianguo, male, 40, driver for the Beijing Travel Bureau
Around 11 p.m. on June 3, he was struck in the chest by dumdum bullets at No. 27 Juchang Road near the Sanlihe Market. The bullet blew a hole in him. He died on the spot.
 
39. Yu Di, male, 32, engineer at the Solar Power Research Institute in Beijing who, working together with colleagues, had invented a thermoelectric membrane and won a prize for this work
During the standoff between martial law troops and tens of thousands of Beijingers along the stretch of road between Nanchizi and the National Museum of China, around 2 a.m. on the morning of June 4th, bullets pelted down and explosions lit up the sky in four furious waves of assault. He fell, completely covered in blood. He was taken by others in the crowd to Peking Union Medical College Hospital. A bullet that had entered at his lower left rib and exited by the upper right rib damaged eight of his organs, including his liver, kidneys and lungs, as well as injuring his backbone. Physicians spared no effort, working on him for more than 20 days, including four major operations and the removal of a kidney. Still, his high fever did not go down. On the night of June 30, he died in pain.
 
40. Li Changsheng, male, age unknown, custodian at the Beijing Lianhe University Automation Engineering Department library
He left home at dawn on June 4th and went to Tiananmen Square to support the patriotic students. He was never seen again. His body was never found.
 
41. Xi Guiru, female, 24, employee of the Beijing Exhibition Center Labor Services Company
At dawn on June 4th, at the north entrance of February 27 Theater Road, a bullet hit her in the left shoulder. She died at Beijing People's Hospital.
 
42. Dai Wei, male, 20, cook at Hepingmen Roast Duck Restaurant in Beijing
The evening of June 3, he went to work at the usual time. When he reached the entrance of the Beijing Minzu Hotel, he was dragged along by a panicked crowd of fleeing people being chased by troops. He was hit in the back, lost too much blood, and died in the hospital.
 
43. Wu Xiangdong, male, 21, employee of the Beijing Dongfeng Televsion Factory
A little past 11 p.m. on the night of June 3, he ran into troops at the end of Muxidi Bridge and was hit in the neck by a dumdum bullet. He was sent to Fuxing Hospital for emergency treatment, but had lost too much blood. Before he died, he wrote the address of his work unit on a piece of paper currency and asked a university student to notify his company of his death.
 
44. Liu Jianguo, male, 35, salesperson at the Beijing Great Wall Trench Coat Company
He got a bullet in the chest around midnight on June 3 at the Xidan Road intersection. He was sent to the Erlong Road Hospital for emergency treatment but could not be saved.
 
45. Lai Bi, male, 21, of the Zhuang ethnic minority, student at Beijing Medical University
He was shot at the intersection of West Chang'an Avenue and South Chang'an Avenue around 2 a.m. on June 4th. The 10 mm caliber bullet went into his forehead and went out the back of his head, leaving a hole the size of the bullet. On the morning on June 6, the hospital, under political pressure, made out a death certificate stating that he had been “accidentally injured.”
 
46. Dong Lin, male, 24, employee at the Beijing Eastern District People's Court
He was hit in the ribs on the right side of his chest by a dumdum bullet around 11 p.m. on the night of June 3, on the eastern bank of Muxidi. According to several eyewitnesses, four other people were also hit in the dense hail of bullets that struck him. Blood gushed out of one, who was hit in an artery in his thigh, his whole body twitched all over for a while and he died on the spot. The crowd took the other three to the Fuxing Hospital for emergency treatment. Physicians there worked day and night but could only save one of them.
 
47. Guo Anmin, male, 23, recent graduate in jet propulsion at Beihang University, had just passed the entrance exam to study for his master's degree
On the early morning of June 4th, he died a violent death at an unknown location, shot in the forehead, with half of his face blown away. Nobody knows just who, in the confusion that followed, took his body and put it in the hall of the main building of China University of Political Science and Law. Several days later, his school retrieved his body.
 
48. Lin Renfu, male, 30, recent Ph.D. in materials science at the University of Science and Technology in Beijing. He had just obtained his passport and was about to go to Japan in October for further study.
Together with his classmate Wang Kuanbao, Lin retreated from Tiananmen Square early on the morning of June 4th. He had just reached the Liubukou intersection when he was knocked down and crushed beneath a pursuing tank.
 
49. Sun Yanchang, male, 24, driver at the Beijing Construction and Furnace Building Company
He left home on the night of June 3 to look for his younger brother, who had not yet come home. When he got to the south side of the main station for the Hongmiao 110 bus, in the eastern suburbs of Beijing, a spray of gunfire hit him. The crowd brought him to the Chaoyang Hospital for emergency treatment. After six months of treatment, he died.
 
50. Qian Hui, male, 21, recent graduate specializing in news collection and editing at the Beijing Broadcasting Institute
On the morning of June 5, as he walked out the main gate of his school to take stock of the situation, he was shot in a hail of fire from a tank. The artery in his thigh tore and a jet of blood spurted from his body. His bladder was damaged. His mind was still clear, so he warned the students coming to help him, “Watch out! The military vehicles aren't gone yet!” Everybody helped to carry him back into the school, with the trail of his blood stretching for over 300 feet long. He stopped breathing before he reached the hospital.
 
51. Zou Bing, female, 19, student at the Beijing Broadcasting Institute
She escaped the slaughter of June 4th, but was interrogated because of her active participation in the student movement. She was unable to avoid the roadblocks and had no way to escape. In the middle of September, she climbed to the roof of a 13-story tower on her campus, leapt into the air and ended her life. Her suicide caused a sensation that forced the school, under considerable political pressure, to slander her as having mental health problems. In fact, she was a healthy, optimistic girl who, several days before she died, had mailed a note to her surviving parents, apologizing that she had not lived up to the love and care they had given her since her childhood.
 
52. Pu Changkui, male, 47, of the Korean ethnic minority, performer in the China National Ethnic Song and Dance Ensemble
During the night of June 3, somewhere on the road between Xidan and Fuxingmen, Pu was shot in the back left part of his head by a bullet that emerged on the right side of his neck. He died on the spot. His ashes were interred at Jinshan Cemetery without any grave marker or inscription.
 
53. Bian Zongxu, male, 40, manager at the Xinjiekou Mechanical and Electronic Products Supply and Sales Company in Beijing
On the morning of June 4th, he was standing in front of a furniture shop in Xidan when a stray bullet went through his head. He died on the spot. His ashes were interred in the Taiziyu Public Cemetery, where a headstone was erected in his name. He had twins, a boy and a girl.
 
54. Tian Daomin, male, 22, student in the management department at the University of Science and Technology in Beijing
He followed the advice of his school and stayed in his dormitory room all night to write his graduation thesis, but on the morning of June 4th, he went out the main gate of his school and ran to Liubukou to see what was happening. A tank barging through the intersection flattened him to death.
 
55. He Jie, male, 23, graduate student at the Institute of Computing Technology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
On the evening of June 3, together with many classmates, he went to Tiananmen to support the student protest. He had just arrived at Nanchizi when he was shot.
When he started high school at the age of 15, he impressed Tsinghua University so much that the usual rules were waived to admit him as an underage university student. Later, he advanced rapidly, again contary to standard procedure, to become a master's student at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he was called a boy wonder. His premature death was like a comet that flashed through the heavens.
 
56. Song Xiaoming, male, 32, technician at Factory 283 of the Second Academy of China Aerospace in Beijing
On the evening of June 3, he was on the sidewalk, on the southwestern side of the Wukesong intersection in a big crowd, yelling slogans of protest that drew a hail of fire from soldiers on army trucks. Several people fell, and he was among those shot. The big artery in his thigh was severed and he bled heavily. He was taken to the emergency room of the nearby 301 Military Hospital. A soldier who followed him gave orders to the hospital, “Don't treat him! Don't give him blood transfusions.” The physicians and nurses who had gotten ready to save him could only watch as he died before dawn. His mother could not bear what had happened to her son. Her kidneys failed and she soon followed him into death.
 
57. Liu Yansheng, male, 37, worker at the Beijing Household Electric Appliances Research Center
On the night of June 3, at the Palace of Nationalities intersection on Chang'an Avenue, a stray bullet pierced his abdomen. He was sent to the Posts and Telecommunications University School Hosptial but could not be saved. He bled to death.
 
58. Wen Jie, male, 26, MA from the Chinese Literature Department at Peking University, teacher at the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
He was arrested by the authorities after the June 4th massacre because he had actively participated in the student movement. He suffered from acute abdominal pain while in prison and was diagnosed with late-stage intestinal cancer. He passed away shortly after being released on bail.
 
59. Li Huiquan, male, 35, journalist at China Metallurgy News in Beijing
At dawn on June 4th, he was killed while passing through the south side of Liubukou. No details are known. On June 11, following leads, his parents found his corpse at the China Posts and Telecommunications University Hospital. It was headless.
 
60. Zhang Runing, male, 32, deputy director of the Russian-language service at Radio China International in Beijing
At about 10 p.m. on the night of June 3, while walking from his home to his work unit, he was shot while crossing the street near the Muxidi bridge. A dumdum bullet blew a hole in his abdomen. The crowd rushed him to the Fuxing University Hospital where treatment proved ineffective. His remains were interred in the Futian Public Cemetery in the western suburb of Beijing.
 
61. Liu Fenggen, male, 40, worker at the Drilling Equipment Factory of the Ministry of Geology
His sense of morality and justice led him to leave his home, around 10 p.m. on the night of June 3, to rescue injured people in the Xidan area. In a dense hail of gunfire, he was hit three times – in his back, his arm and his heart – by bullets that went all the way through his body. He died at the Beijing Erlong Hospital.
 
62. Li Meng, female, 32, assistant researcher at the State Language and Writing Reform Commission
At dawn on June 4th, in a pile of dead bodies, she found her husband, who had been seriously wounded by a dumdum bullet. She took him to a hospital for emergency treatment where he eventually survived. However, she suffered a mental breakdown amidst all the bloodshed. In late 1990, she went missing near her home. Her family looked for her for many years, but they didn't see her alive or find her dead body. Because of this, the Ministry of Public Security issued a “Notice of Death” and canceled her household registration.
 
63. Bi Yunhai, male, 22, worker at the street committee office at Guang'anmennei in Beijing
He left home on the night of June 3 and did not return. His family found his body the next day at Fuxing Hospital. His abdomen had burst open after being hit by dumdum bullets. His ashes were interred at the Jinshan Cemetery in the western suburbs of Beijing.
 
64. Liu Hongtao, male, 18, student in the Optical Engineering Department at the Beijing Institute of Technology
At 1 a.m. on June 4th, he was killed near the Cultural Palace of the Nationalities. His school retrieved his body from the Posts and Telecommunications University Hospital.
 
65. Zhou Xinming, male, 16, student at a certain high school in Beijing
Zhou was killed in the early morning of June 4th. There is little personal information available about him. He is buried in the Jinshan Public Cemetery in the western suburbs of Beijing.
 
66. Wang Gang, male, 20, technician at the Beijing Coking Plant
The afternoon of June 3, he left home to work the night shift. At 7 a.m. on June 4th, while he was buying breakfast in front of the main gate of the factory, a long line of army trucks screamed by at high speed. Hundreds of people waited on the side for a chance to cross. At this moment, an army truck crashed into the crowd., people screamed and ran off in all directions. Three of them were not able to escape and were crushed to death, including the young technician Wang Gang.
Following the tragedy, the soldiers boarded the vehicle that followed and left. To vent their anger, the frustrated crowd shouted slogans and set the deserted blood-stained military truck on fire.
 
67. Zhang Lin, male, 37, Beijing resident, personal information unknown
Killed on June 4th. No details are available. His remains were buried in Jinshan Cemetery in the western suburbs of Beijing.
 
68. Han Ziquan, male, 38, electrician at the University of Technology in Beijing
He was accompany a relative to work a little after 5 a.m. on June 4th. Less than half an hour later, he was hit in the neck and died near the Agricultural Exhibition Center.
 
69. Li Dezhi, male, 25, graduate student in the Department of Applied Physics in the Beijing Posts and Telecommunications University
He was killed early on the morning of the 4th. No details are available. His relatives retrieved his remains from Fuxing Hospital.
 
70. Zhou Yongqi, male, 32, head of the motor group at the Beijing Spring Plant
He was shot near the Beijing Union building a little past 11 pm on June 3. The bullet entered the left side of his chest and exited from his right lung. He was sent to Fuxing Hospital for treatment, but it was too late.
 
71. Nan Huatong, male, 31, driver at the Beijing Wallboard Factory
He left home and took a walk down Chang'an Avenue to see what was happening in the square, around 5 a.m. on the 4th. He never returned. Two days later, his family recognized a photo of his remains at Peking Union Medical College Hospital. A dumdum bullet had entered his left rear shoulder blade and blown out his entire chest cavity.
 
72. He Anbin, male, 32, Beijing resident, personal information unknown
He was killed on June 4th, no other details are known. His remains were interred at the Taiziyu Public Cemetery in suburban Beijing.
 
73. Zhong Guiqing, female, 31, Beijing resident, personal information unknown
She was killed on June 4th, no other details are known. His remains were interred at the Taiziyu Public Cemetery in suburban Beijing.
 
74. Mu Guilan, male, 48, finishing department worker at State Textile Plant No. 3 in Beijing
Going out to buy breakfast around 6:30 am on the 4th, he walked by the Chaoyangmen overpass, where he ran into a long column of tanks and combat vehicles coming from Tong County into town at high speed. Flaunting their strength, they randomly took shots at pedestrians streaming by. A slug coming in from an angle at his head killed him instantly. After the scene calmed down, a pedestrian took his picture and mailed it to his family.
 
75. Xiong Zhiming, male, 20, student in the Economics Department of Beijing Normal University
According to several eyewitnesses, he and a female classmate had taken refuge in an alley, but a group of soldiers pursued them and shot them – it was the night of June 3. He turned around to help his classmate, who was hit first, when he, too, was shot. He was subject to a bloody and brutal attack that spared no part of his body. His other classmates only recognized him by his clothing.
 
76. Zhang Weihua, male, 24, master's student at the State Oceanographic Administration Marine Forecasting Center in Beijing
Early on the morning of June 4th, he was hit in the abdomen by a bullet on Lishi Road and died on the spot.
 
77. Zhang XX, male, 19, student in business management at the College of Commerce
Soldiers attacked him, and the long line of students retreating from Tiananmen to Liubukou, with clubs, early on the morning of the 4th. He turned and ran, but received a blow to the top of his head. He fell to the ground. A gun barrel was lowered to his throat and fired. Fresh blood spurted and splashed. He stopped breathing while people were carrying him to the Beijing Emergency Medical Center.
 
78. Gong Jifang, female, 19, student in business management at the College of Commerce
In the long line of students retreating from Tiananmen to Liubukou on the morning of the 4th, she ran into a fierce attack. A dumdum bullet hit and severed her left arm. She fell down, covered by a cloud of poision gas, and lost consciousness. The cause of death, given on her death certificate, was lung erosion caused by poison gas.
 
79. Jiang XX, male, 26, master's student at the China School of Journalism
He was shot and killed in Jianguomenwai on the evening of June 3.
 
80. Liu Chunyong, male, 24, bath attendant at the Nantong Service Complex in the Tianqiao district of Beijing
On the evening of June 3, Liu was at the main terminal for the No. 15 bus line, near the Tianqiao district, when a spray of bullets from PLA troops advancing from the south hit him. His head was blown open.
 
81. Chen Laishun, male, 23, photography class in the Journalism Department at Renmin University
On the evening of June 3, on the roof of an apartment on the western side of the Great Hall of the People, he raised his camera to record the bloodbath when he was shot in the head by a marksman's bullet. He died instantly.
 
82. Liang Baoxing, male, 25, driver for the Huafeng Sewing Machine Factory in Beijing
On the evening of June 3, near the terminal for the No. 15 bus, near the Tianqiao district, a bullet went through his cheeks. He died on June 5.
 
83. Luan Yiwei, male, 35, engineer at the Steel Design Research Institute in Baotou, Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region
During the pre-dawn hours of June 4th, Luan, who had come to Beijing on a business trip, went to Nanchizi area to see the street scene amidst clouds of gunsmoke. He was hit in the waist by a stray bullet. He died at Tongren Hospital after emergency treatment failed.
 
84. Su Jinjian, male, 25, graduate in electronics from the Beijing Vocational High School and self-employed clothing entrepreneur
Under circumstances still unknown, he was hit in the head by a bullet on the night of June 3 and taken to Beijing Friendship Hospital, where he soon died. The hospital labeled him “anonymous corpse no. 1.” His father spent two weeks searching for him at dozens of hospitals.
 
85. Zhang Luohong, female, 30, employee at the Beijing General Political Department Sanatorium for Retired Cadres
She was killed on the night of June 3 in Muxidi, details unknown.
 
86. Wang Zhiying, male, 35, lathe operator and well-known “model worker” at the heavy vehicle manufacturing factory's drive axle factory of the Beijing Third General Machinery Factory
He and his wife were going at midnight on June 3 from his mother-in-law's home in the Xuanwumen District back to their own home in Dongzhushikou. Almost home, just as they were crossing the intersection, they ran into martial law troops heading north and sweeping the streets with gunfire. Though the couple tried to dodge the bullets, and then to hide behind a van, a bullet drilled into him from the side, hitting his carotid artery.
His wife screamed and threw herself on top of him. But the bullets were still flying, as the soldiers filled the van with holes. He was sent to the Qianmen Hospital, but could not be helped because of all the people who were being treated. He died due to massive blood loss, the first victim that night to die at Tongren Hospital.
 
87. Wang Hongqi, male, 21, worker at the Leather Research Institute in the Haidian District of Beijing
At midnight on June 3, Wang finished his shift and was returning home when a bullet went through his chest. The next day, the family received a phone call from an eyewitness and went to the Navy Hospital to identify and recover his remains.
 
88. Li Shuzhen, female, 51, cafeteria worker at a certain work unit of the Beijing Water Supply Company
Li and her husband went out on their bicycles on the night of June 3. Near the Military Museum they were attacked by martial law snipers. Three bullets hit her. On the way to emergency treatment at the Posts and Telecommunications University Hospital, she stopped breathing.
 
89. Ma Chengfen, female, 55, retired cadre of the People's Liberation Army General Political Department in Beijing. Ma had joined the PLA in 1949, then crossed the Yalu River to fight in the Korean War. In 1953, after the war, she returned to China and became a PLA railroad engineer corps soldier.
As was her habit during the summertime, she went out with neighbors on the night of June 3 to relax in the cool courtyard of the compound where she lived. She was in high spirits when disaster struck. Bullets from a passing convoy struck her in the abdomen. Her intestines spilled out on the floor. This accidental murder deeply shocked her husband. Several times he wrote letters to higher authorities, in accordance with military regulations, to report on this unjust situation. He wanted the matter to be examined, but it was like throwing a rock into the ocean. There were no two ways about it. In an instant, this outstanding servant of the People's Republic had become a disgrace to the People's Republic. In 1992, the family had her buried at their own expense in the Jinshan Public Cemetery in Beijing.
 
90. Guo XX, male, 22, Beijing resident, personal details unknown
A little past 9 p.m. on June 3, he was shot and killed at the intersection of Fuxing Road and Yongding Road. The details are unclear.
91. Yang Zhenjiang, male, 32, service worker at the Huaiyangchun Restaurant in Beijing
On the early morning of June 4th, Yang and some colleagues ran into fierce sprays of bullets from army trucks passing through Muxidi. A bullet hit Yang in the base of his left thigh, breaking an artery. He was sent to the Navy Hospital for emergency treatment that proved ineffective. It wasn't until June 6 that Yang's family found his body. His cremated remains were stored in the Columbarium at the Wan'an Public Cemetery.
92. Li Li, female, 20, student at the Chengdu Electronics and Communications Engineering Institute in Sichuan
She went with her boyfriend on the morning of the 4th to the square by South Renmin Road in Chengdu. Suddenly, conflict broke out between the People's Armed Police anti-riot squad and a large crowd of demonstrators. The police threw several tear gas grenades to disperse the crowd. Li was caught as she fled the plaza, beaten by police and fainted. Soon the crowd took her to the hospital for emergency treatment, but her wounds were too serious and she died that night. Her school held a memorial meeting for her. Her parents came from Guizhou to retrieve her ashes so they could be buried in her hometown.
93. Kou Xia, female, 31, teacher at the Xisibei Nursery School, Beijing
During the night of June 3, while she was walking on the sidewalk across the street from the Military Museum, a bullet went through her abdomen. She was immediately sent to the Railroad Hospital for emergency treatment but could not be saved. She died at 5 p.m. on June 4th.
94. Han Qiu, male, 25, salesperson in the sales department in Jiamusi City Nailery in Heilongjiang
He came to Beijing on business in the late period of the student strike. Early on the morning of June 4th, he was shot in the head at an unknown location.
95. Liu Jinhua, female, 34, employee at the Third Cadre Retirement Home of the People's Liberation Army General Political Department in Baishiqiao, Beijing
At 9 p.m. on June 3, she went with her husband from their home in Balizhuang to Yongdingmenwai, to her aunt's home, to get medicine for their child. While passing through Xidan, the couple ran into martial law troops who were slaughtering innocent people and returned home. They waited until 11 p.m. and went out again, and again ran into the gunfire of martial law troops, this time near Yanjing Hotel in Muxidi. Pedestrians fell one by one. The couple fled into a small alley next to Muxidi Building 21. The soldiers chased them, still shooting. Shot in the forehead, she died instantly. Her husband, hit by several bullets, was seriously wounded. He was taken to the hospital and saved.
96. Wang Tiejun, male, age unknown, employee in the Muxidi passenger office of the Beijing Railway Bureau.
He was worked the night shift at his work unit on June 3. Out of curiosity, he went up the roof with a telescope to watch the martial law troops enter the city. A sharpshooter saw him and killed him with one shot.
97. Huang Tao, male, age unknown, a university student in Beijing from Zhangjiagang in Jiangsu
Huang was killed in the early morning hours of June 4th, details unknown.
98. Tao Zhigan, male, 24, a university student in Beijing from Tiantan County in Zhejiang.
Tao was killed in the early morning hours of June 4th, details unknown.
99. Xu Jianping, male, 19, a university student in Beijing. Personal details unknown.
Xu was killed during the pre-dawn hours of June 4th. Bullets blew away half his face and then he was flattened by a tank. His flesh and bones were inlaid into the street.
100. He Guo, male, 27, worker at a grain shop in the Yuetan Street neighborhood of Beijing
Killed at midnight on June 3, or in the predawn hours of June 4th. He was shot and killed as he passed through Muxidi. His remains were found at Fuxing Hospital.
101. Li Hui, male, 19, recent graduate from a law school in Beijing
At 11 p.m. on the 4th, he suddenly heard gunfire. He asked his brother Li Ming to go out with him, and they left their parents' home in the dormitory of the Public Security University in Muxidi to find out what was going on. Soon afterwards, a stray bullet went into his left cheek and out through his ear. His brother was shot in the left leg at the same time. More than an hour later, the family found his body at Fuxing Hospital.
102. Luo Wei, male, 30, assistant engineer at the Beijing Semiconductor Materials Factory
The night of June 4th he was shot while riding a bicycle along the western side of Chang'an Avenue. The Guang'anmen Hospital issued a relatively detailed death certificate: “Gunshot to the abdomen, not immediately fatal, two bullets removed from the abdomen, one was a dumdum bullet that exploded in the abdomen, damaging the liver, kidneys, gall, stomach and digestive tract. An operation was done to treat his liver and stomach but he could not be saved. He died of acute kidney failure.”
103. Qi Wen, male, 16, student at Beijing Railroad Middle School No. Three
He was killed on the night of June 3 by a bullet that struck him as a he passed through Muxidi. His remains were found at the Fuxing Hospital.
104. Liu Zhanmin, male, 38, employee of the China National Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corporation in Beijing.
Between 3 and 4 a.m. on June 4th, he got a call from his wife, who had just given birth. Excited, he rushed from his home at No. 44 East Siliutiao Road to his mother-in-law's home on the southern end of Dong Siliutiao Road. Nothing was heard from him thereafter. Three days later, his family found his body at Peking Union Medical College Hospital labeled “no. 21.” Cause of death was a bullet to the right jaw bone. Those who were involved remember seeing that the hospital had put on display more than 40 photographs of corpses with such serial numbers.
105. Shi Yan, male, 27, musician in the song and dance ensemble of the PLA Air Force Political Work Department
During the pre-dawn hours of June 4th, Shi was shot in the head at an unknown location. A Red Cross ambulance took him to Beijing People's Hospital for emergency treatment. He could not be saved. Later he was cremated at Babaoshan in Beijing.
106. Ren Jianmin, male, 30, peasant from Chenzhuangzi Village, Dingzhou Prefecture in Hebei Province
He was traveling in Inner Mongolia during the student strike, visiting his ethnically Mongolian wife who had just given birth to their child. Just after enjoying his first taste of fatherhood, he was returning to his hometown in Hebei during the pre-dawn hours. Passing through Beijing to change buses, he ran into martial law troops who shot him in the abdomen, causing his intestines to spill out. He was sent to Peking Union Medical College Hospital. The examining physician determined him “dead on arrival” and sent him to the morgue. Then suddenly he “came to life.”
When his family heard the news, they rushed to the hospital, but since they had no money, they could not afford to keep him in the hospital for further treatment. His brother-in-law took him back home to Hebei. During this so-called “period of convalescence at home,” the bullet hole in his abdomen continued to rot. He couldn't stand the endless suffering, and so after the Mid-Autumn Festival that year, he hung himself.
107. Sun Tie, male, 26, employee of the headquarters office of the Bank of China in Beijing and PLA veteran.
On the evening of June 3, Sun came across troops killing people in front of the Military Museum. With a friend, he fled into the Non-ferrous Metal Design Institute nearby, but before they had a chance to catch their breath, the soldiers caught up with them and attacked.
108. XX, male, age and other details not disclosed by the family, high school student at Beijing High School #190
He was the son of the captain of a Beijing police precinct station. During the night of June 3, out of his deep love for his father, he disregarded the “martial law order” and went out to the precinct without authorization to look for his father. His father sternly reproved him and kept him in the station until early the next day. His father thought that “calm had been restored” and ordered one of his policemen to escort his son home. Walking by Nanheyan, he was shot and killed.
109. Su Shengji, male, 43, a journalist who worked at the Residential Construction News in the Asian Games Village, Beijing
At dusk on June 3, Su was discussing work at a friend's house on Songshu Street in Xinjiekou. When night fell, the Emergency Martial Law Notice was announced on television, so Su headed back home. That was the last heard of him. His family searched for him for many years, but they never saw him again either alive or dead.
110. Ren Wenlian, male, 19, freshman in the Mining Department of University of Science and Technology in Beijing.
He was killed in the predawn hours of June 4th, details unknown.
111. Huang Peipu, male, age unknown, home at Huang Zhuang, Sijiqing Gongshe, in Dongran Village in the Haidian District of Beijing
He was killed in the predawn hours of June 4th, details unknown.
112. Zheng Chunfu, male, 37, squad leader of the Old Buildings Construction Brigade at the former imperial palace in Beijing
After 11 p.m. on June 3, Zheng left his home at 78 Yanyue Lane in the Eastern District of Beijing and was never seen again. For years his family looked for him in the hospitals and crematoria of the Beijing region, but never found him.
113. Name unknown, male, 16, student at the Beijing Construction Industry School
The night of June 3, he was shot at an unknown location. With two bullets in his body, he was sent to the Air Force General Hospital for emergency treatment which proved ineffective.
114. Cao Zhenping, male, 29, employee at the computer center of the Beijing College of Agricultural Machinery Engineering and PLA veteran
During the night of June 3, just as he was bending over to hold up her neck of a female journalist who had been shot, he himself was shot in the back. Immediately after, his lower abdomen was blown apart by the explosion of a dumdum bullet.
115. Li Zhenying, male, 45, technician at the instrumentation factory at the PLA Academy of Military Medical Sciences in Beijing
On the night of June 3, he went to the hospital to get medicine for his child. Around 10 p.m., he was seen standing at the northern entrance of the 301 Military Hospital. As he was chatting with the guard, a martial law convoy came from the west and fired indiscriminately. Struck, the guard staggered like a drunk, and Li quickly steadied him. He had just barely managed to say, “What's going on?” The two men fell to the ground simultaneously, as if they had been fighting.
116. Yang Ruting, male, 41, administrative section chief at the Beijing No.1 Machine Tool Electrical Apparatus Factory Limited Company.
At 11 p.m. on June 3, Yang went outside for a walk because he was curious what was happening. When he had reached the Fuxingmen overpass, two bullets struck him, one went through his lungs and the other broke an arm. When his remains were discovered, there was a large hole straight through his chest to his back.
117. Wang Qingzeng, male, 34, driver for the Tiantan Staple Food Control Office
Riding to work on his bicycle for the night shift, at 11 p.m. on June 3, he left his home in the Zhushikou district. When he passed along the section of road facing Rubber Factory No. 8, he was shot through the stomach. Wild gunfire was coming from the south.
118. Zhou Deping, male, age unknown, master's student in the Radio Electronics Department at Tsinghua University
On the night of June 3, he ignored warnings from his school and went out by himself. He was killed by a shot to the head at an unknown location.
119. Wang Wenming, male, 35, mould fitter at the Beijing Qianjin Shoes Factory
At midnight on June 3, when the sound of gunfire reached his home, Wang, who had never been in a war, invited a neighbor to go with him to Zhushikou to see the real thing. They were hit by gunfire. A bullet went through a rib on his left side and out another on his right side. The physician took out over six feet of his intestine, but couldn't go any further. His high fever would not go down. He died the following night. After Wang was cremated, his ashes were returned for burial, like a leaf falling to the base of a tree, to his old hometown of Wen'an.
120. Yin Jing, male, 36, employee at the Ministry of Metallurgical Industry in Beijing and son-in-law of the deputy chief prosecutor of the Supreme People's Procuratorate
On the night of June 3, Yin was in his home on the eighth floor of building #22 in the Muxidi district when he turned on his light and went into the kitchen. A sharpshooter shot him in the head, and he died on the spot.
121. Unknown female, over 60, a housekeeper from Wan County in Sichuan who was serving in building no. 22 in Muxidi in the home of a certain vice minister
According to the testimony of the son of the deceased, on the night of June 3, the sound of gunfire in the street sparked her curiosity. She leaned out from the 14th floor balcony of the vice minister's home looking below. She was discovered by an army sharpshooter who shot her in the stomach. She died on the spot.
122. Zhao Long, male, 21, Beijing resident and high school graduate
At 1 a.m. on June 4th, Zhao left home and met disaster while passing through a street in Xidan. Shot three times on the left side of his chest, he fell over dead. On June 7, his family found his remains at the Beijing People's Hospital No. 2.
123. Lei Guangtai, male, 33, driver for the Xitaishang Village production brigade in Miaocheng rural district in Huairou County, Beijing
That month, the motor transport brigade was undertaking an earth-moving project for the Customs Building under construction at Jianguomen. There was some free time on the evening of June 3, so two of his colleagues invited him to go along to Tiananmen Square to see the “Goddess of Liberty” statue. Around 11 p.m., when they had reached the Nanchizi area and were squatting down at the base of the red wall there to smoke cigarettes, army vehicles arrived from the direction of East Chang'an Avenue, accompanied by the sounds of random gunfire. They hurriedly put out their cigarettes and took off. No sooner had he put his head up than a bullet hit Lei. People ran in a panic. Many fell to bullets and blood flowed in the streets. Some people saw him taken away by local residents in a three-wheeled cart. But where did he go? Nobody knows.
124. Zhong Junjun, male, 22, third-year student at the Peking University of Agriculture
During the night of June 3, Zhong rode his bicycle to Tiananmen together with classmates to support the students. Zhong was hit by bullets on the way and sent to the Beijing Emergency Center, but he could not be helped.
125. Gao Yuan, male, 24, a physician in the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Shijingshan Hospital in Beijing
Late on the night of June 3, while in front of the Fuxingmen subway station, Gao was hit in the chest by two dumdum bullets that went right through him, front to back, ripping open a hole the size of a soup bowl. An elderly man braved the gunfire to take him to Children's Hospital in a three-wheeled cart. He moaned all the way to the hospital and was still breathing when he arrived, but the hospital was full. He died from losing too much blood. On June 9, his remains were transferred to Fuxing Hospital. The mountain of corpses stacked up in the hospital was too much for the morgue, so the bicycle shed became a temporary morgue. Finally, on June 11, his family, after searching for him everywhere, found him stacked up in that makeshift pile of corpses and pulled him out of the pile. His body had decomposed and changed shape. In order to hold a memorial ceremony for him, his work unit was compelled by circumstances to state in written form that he had been accidentally injured.
126. Ni Shilian, male, 24, employee at the China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Beijing Design Institute
On the night of June 3, seven young people got together to go on a night time bicycle ride. Ni was one of them. When the group got to Xidan around 11 p.m., they came under fire from martial law troops. Bullets hit Ni in the chest and abdomen and he fell to the ground. The others scattered. The crowd sent him to the Xuanwu Hospital, where treatment proved ineffective. His work unit did not issue a “death certificate” until 1990. Their conclusion was that he had violated the martial law order and so was responsible for the consequences. A so-called “consolation fund” of 835 yuan, a sum equal to about 10 months of his salary, was sent to his family.
127. Kuang Min, male, 27, engineer at the Beijing Forklift General Factory
On the night of June 3 in Muxidi, a stray bullet struck the small of his back on the right side and went out from his right abdomen. He died soon after arriving at the hospital.
128. Duan Shunqing, male, 30, worker at the Beijing Fangxiuyi Construction Engineering Company.
At 7 p.m. on June 3, Duan left home on his bicycle. A few acquaintances saw him near the Beijing Telegraph Building after 10 p.m. Other report seeing him at Liubukou, but by then he had been hit in the streets. His family never recovered his body.
129. He Shitai, male, 31, worker in the foundry workshop at the Beijing No. One Machine Tool Plant
At midnight on June 3, after getting off the night shift, he rode off to visit his father-in-law, who lived in Puhuangyu. His bicycle soon reached the south end of Nanheyan Road, when martial law troops suddenly attacked. A bullet hit him in the temple. Surprisingly, he did not fall right away. Instead, he willed himself to get off the bicycle while still holding stiffly to it. Soon the crowd took him to the Union Medical College Hospital. He stopped breathing and died before reaching the hospital.
130. Zhou Yuzhen, female, 36, confidential secretary in the policy research office in the Structural Reform Department of the National Planning Commission in Beijing
On the evening of June 3, Zhou was at home when he heard intermittent gunfire and went out to the window with her husband and child to take a look. Soldiers raised their guns to spray the residential housing with gunfire. Her husband reacted quickly and pushed the child down as a bullet whizzed past his ear. A bullet exploded in Zhou's head and she died on the spot. The child screamed when she saw her, which drew more bursts of gunfire.
131. Ya Aiguo, male, 22, Beijing resident, temporarily unemployed
On June 3 at about 10 p.m., as he was passing through Gongzhufen, Ya's head was half blown off by a hail of gunfire from an army truck on the street. The Beijing 301 Military Hospital diagnosed injury through the brain stem.
132. Song Baosheng, male, 39, employee at the Beijing Glass Factory No. 4, member of the Beijing People's Congress, a “city-wide class shock worker” and “model worker”
On the evening of June 3, he obeyed the martial law order and stayed at home in Muxidi. He went to bed early, but wild bursts of gunfire startled him and kept him awake. He got up to shut the windows. A bullet hit him in the stomach, wounding his intestines. He was sent to the hospital, but entry was prevented by the military, who controlled many hospitals and ordered that rioters not be treated. The hospital physicians and nurses could only watch as he bled, crying piteously until he died. The hospital was not permitted to list “gunshot wound” on his death certificate. They were allowed only to write that he lost too much blood. Song's father wrote many letters to the Beijing Western District Public Security Bureau and Prime Minister Li Peng to complain about the injustice his son had suffered. But that was like throwing stones into the deep sea, for all the answer he ever got.
133. Chen Senlin, male, 36, worker at Factory 707 in Beijing
On the evening of June 3, Chen was shot and killed by martial law troops while riding his bicycle to Xidan. His family, beside themselves with worry, searched all the Beijing hospitals but didn't find him. More than a month later, they narrowed it down to the Beijing No. 2 Hospital. Chen's remains in cold storage had long since decomposed and changed shape. His family was only able to recognize him by his clothing and old scars.
134. Shi Haiwen, male, 20, recent graduate of Shenyang Pharmaceutical College who had come for training as a graduate student at the Beijing Yingyangyuan Institute
On the night of June 4th, Shi was hit by a bullet in the neck and died on the spot. His remains were discovered at the Beijing Jishuitan Hospital.
135. Yang Hanlei, male, 19, student in the chef training class at the Liufang Hotel, Beijing
During the pre-dawn hours of June 4th, when he was walking by the south end of Nanchizi Avenue with his classmates, Yang was shot in the spleen by a spray bullet. He died from blood loss. Surviving classmates notified his family.
136. Name and age not disclosed, male, journalist on the Kailuan Miners News who had been transferred at the time to the New China News Agency
He was killed on June 4th, details unknown.
137. Wang Yaohe, male, 40, chef at a restaurant in Chaoyangmenwai in Beijing.
Wang was murdered in the predawn hours of June 4th, details unknown.
138. Peng Jun, male, 30, staff member at the Beijing representative office of the Xinjiang Production-Construction Corps
At about 6:40 a.m. on the morning of June 5, he left his work unit at Dongdaqiao in the Chaoyang District to buy breakfast. On the way, he was attacked by troops. Two bullets hit him, one in the ankle and the other on the right side of his back.
139. Liu Qiang, male, student at Hebei Normal University
During the student strike, he went to Beijing to take part in the patriotic movement. Liu was lost without a trace during the great massacre of the early morning of June 4th. To this day nobody knows what has happened to him.
140. Su Xin, female, 29, office worker at the China National Nonferrous Metals Import and Export Corporation in Beijing
At midnight on June 3, she left her mother's home in Fuchengmenwai Street, heading home, when she heard waves of rifle shots. Worried about her mother at home alone, she turned back. She was blocked when she reached the southern end of South Lishi Road. Martial law troops came through like a tidal wave, laying down a carpet of fire. People in the crowd were falling one after another. According to an eyewitness, six people were hit by bullets at the same moment. Su was one of them, with a hole drilled through her chest. She was an only daughter.
141. Bao Xiudong, male, 41, manager at certain printing plant on Guloudong Dajie in Beijing
At midnight on June 3, Bao was shot and killed near the Western Returned Scholars Association by the Beijing Hotel.
142. Zhao Dejiang, male, 27, driver at the All-China Federation of Trade Unions and a PLA veteran
Early on the morning of June 4th, Zhao was at the main gate of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions when he saw an old man shot and killed in the street. He hurried forward to rescue the man, but was shot and killed himself.
143. Male, name, age and occupation unknown.
According to multiple eyewitnesses, on the morning of June 4th, the man was shot and killed in front of the main gate of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions. Zhao Dejiang went to rescue him and was also shot and killed.
144. Cao XX, male, 21, draftsman at the Beijing Institute of Surveying and Mapping's Design Office
The night of June 3, in the Xidan District, not long after leaving home, Cao was shot and killed. The Posts and Telecommunications University Hospital notified his family on June 6. They hurried to identify and retrieve his already decomposing remains. When Cao was cremated at Babaoshan on June 7, his ashes were not retained.
145. Cui Linfeng, male, 29, worker at the Sanlihe Clothing Factory in Beijing and member of the Joint Defense Command police auxiliary branch office in Beijing's Xicheng District
At 7 p.m. on the early evening of June 3, he left home for work. Normally, he should have returned at 2 a.m. Nothing was seen of him for two days. His family went to the factory to search for him and learned that shortly after going on duty, he invited two of his co-workers to ride their bicycles over to Chang'an Avenue to look around. On the way, the three separated. Cui continued riding west where he ran into the tanks. Amidst the bullets, he mysteriously disappeared. Cui's family has searched for him for years, checking all the Beijing hospitals, but they have found nothing.
146. Wang Fang, male, 50, employee at Beijing Coal Mining Machinery Factory
On the night of June 3 in Muxidi, Wang's head was hit by a stray bullet and shattered. He died on the way to the Navy Hospital.
147. Liu Jingsheng, male, 40, employee of the Beijing Railway System
On June 4th, Liu was killed near the Yangfangdian district, details unknown.
148. Zhang Jiamei, female, 61, retired former head of the personnel office at the Administration and Management Bureau of the Ministry of Chemical Industry.
During the night of June 3 while at home in Hepingli, she heard a disturbance on a nearby street. She pushed the window open and poked her head out. She was shot through the heart by a stray bullet and died on the spot.
149. Male, name and age unknown, Department of Electro-Mechanical Engineering student at Jiangnan University in Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province
During the student strike, patriotic teachers and students sent him to Beijing along with several other classmates to present their donations to the hunger-striking students in Tiananmen Square. He never returend.
150. Male, name unknown, 20, People's Armed Police guard at the north gate of the 301 Military Hospital in Beijing
Around 11 p.m. on the night of June 3, martial law troops used gunfire and explosions to force their way in the direction of Muxidi. The crowd of demonstrators scattered in all directions. The armed policeman, watching people being mowed down like grass, took pity and opened the gate to the hospital and called on the crowd to take shelter inside. This infuriated the troops, who were in a murderous rage, so they sprayed him with gunfire. Bullets went straight through his head and his chest. He died on the spot.
151. Male, name, age and occupation unknown
According to multiple eyewitnesses, he was hit by an army truck while crossing the street and then flattened by an armored car into a mass of smashed flesh and blood. All that was left of him was a hand that had rolled to the side. He seemed to have a flowery shirt on. His scattered remains were not removed until the afternoon of June 5, when they were shoveled up, put into plastic bags and taken away.
152. Male, name and age unknown, cook at the Great Hall of the People
On early morning of June 4th, he left his home at Qianmenkuang Alley to go to work at the Great Hall of the People. He was shot and killed on the way. His family received 10,000 yuan compensation from the government.
153. Yen Wen, male, 22, sophomore in the Peking University Mathematics Department.
Around 1 a.m. on June 4th, Yan was amidst a crowd of people who were blocking trucks full of troops in Muxidi. Just as Yen was helping a journalist set up a camcorder to record these events, a spray of bullets arrived like a swarm of bees and he was hit in the base of his right thigh, smashing his femoral artery.
154. Li Chun, male, 20, chef at the Minzu Hotel in the Xidan District of Beijing
Late in the night on June 3, Li, after getting off the night shift, encountered the rampaging martial law troops. He pushed his bicycle along, unable to ride in the middle of hailing bullets. While walking past the south side of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions Building, a shot in the ribs punctured him.
155. Female, name unknown, 31, employee at a factory in Beijing.
On the early morning of June 5, she left her work to go home after the night shift. While crossing the road near Wukesong, she was flattened by an armored car. Since she was the sister-in-law of a squad leader in the Beijing People's Armed Police and had died a violent death, her death was declared to be accidental and a small pension was given to her family after much negotiation between these two military organs. This was confirmed by a former member of the Beijing People's Armed Police.
156. Du Guangxue, male, 24, printing plant worker at the People's Health Publishing House
At midnight on June 3, Du went on a bicycle ride with friends from Chang'an Avenue down to the Xinhuamen area, where there was a stream of shots and explosions and tank after tank charging east. They quickly turned around, and Du was shot through the temples. Du and his bicycle fell together in the road, with one of his legs still hanging from his bicycle.
According to multiple eyewitnesses, five others were shot at the same time. The crowd loaded them on a bus that had been used as a roadblock and rushed them to the Peking Union Medical College Hospital. Four of them died on the way, including Du. The remaining victim was seriously wounded and probably did not survive.
When his family got the news, they hurried to Peking Union Medical College. Bodies were piled there in a mountain and they couldn't check them one by one. They returned another day and were able to claim his body. His serial number was 30.
157. Sun Xiaofeng, age unknown, student at Beijing Sport University
Sun was killed in the early morning of June 4th, details unknown.
158. Zhao Tianchou, male, 47, repair technician at the Beijing Research Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Technology.
In the early morning of June 4th, he was shot four times at an unknown location –three times in the chest and once in the abdomen.
159. Hu Xingyun, male, age unknown, a student from Sichuan in the 1985 entering class at a certain university in Beijing.
He has been missing for 20 years without a trace.
160. Zhai Shun, male, 30, Beijing resident, occupation unknown
On the morning of June 4th, Zhai was crushed by a police car at Muxidi. This was handled as a traffic accident at the time. Zhai's mother, deeply traumatized, became schizophrenic.
161. Chen Ziqi, male, 31, bus driver on the No. 339 route bus of the Beijing Capital Bus Company
As the driver of the first bus service of the day, Chen left his home to go to work at Liuliqiao on the night of June 3. He did not come home for three days. His family went to all the major hospitals in Beijing looking for him. They finally found his body at Beijing Children's Hospital. His head was distorted and there was a big hole in his chest. His family were finally able to identify him by his bicycle key and clothing. The bus company gave them 800 yuan compensation with these words: if after some years, the government should handle these events differently, then they should apply again according to any new regulations on compensation.
162. Qi Li, male, 22, student specializing in stage design at the Central Academy of Drama
Because he had enthusiastically participated in the student strike, it was not until the early morning of June 4th that he retreated from Tiananmen Square. He was sternly interrogated and, knowing that he could not pass the investigation, hung himself in despair.
163. Wei Wumin, female, age unknown, student in the Theatre Arts Department of the Central Academy of Drama.
Wei actively participated in the student strike and was one of the Tiananmen Square hunger strikers. She witnessed the slaughter on the morning of June 4th. Deep in anger and despair, she jumped in front of a train.
164. Zhu XX, male, age unknown, student in the Physics Department of Beijing Normal University
Zhu was killed in the early morning of June 4th, details unknown.
165. Dai Jinping, male, 27, master's student at Beijing Agricultural University
At about 11 p.m. on the night of June 3, Dai was shot and killed on Tiananmen Square near the Chairman Mao Memorial Hall. On June 10, Dai's family retrieved his body from the Beijing Friendship Hospital morgue.
166. Zhang Fuyuan, male, 66, Beijing resident, PLA 302 Military Hospital retired worker and Communist Party member
On the evening of June 3, after finishing his night shift, he dropped in at the home of a relative in an alley that ran along the eastern wall of the Beijing Long Distance Telephone Building. Around midnight he heard the popping of tear gas canisters. Gas seeped into the room. Everybody ran to the front door to see what was going on, running into a hail of fire from martial law troops. As the crowd scattered, a bullet penetrated the right side of Zhang's waist, but he forced himself to run away with the others. Soldiers kept chasing them. He fell over when he reached the gate to the courtyard of his relatives' home. Later, an ambulance took him to Jishuitan Hospital, but he had already stopped breathing. His children claimed his body the next day.
167. Li Haocheng, male, 20, student in the Chinese Department specializing in ancient Chinese literature at Tianjin Normal University and secretary of the Communist Youth League branch committee
During the student strike, Li went with over 5000 students and teachers from his school to Beijing to give their support. According to eyewitnesses, early on the morning of June 4th, when troops burst into Tiananmen Square, Li stood in the southeast corner of Tiananmen Square photographing the last retreating students. Enraged, soldiers shot him twice. His school gave his family 2000 yuan in compensation.
168, Chen Zhongjie, male, 31, former employee of a subordinate unit of the former Third Ministry of Machinery Industry in Beijing City
At midnight on June 3, Chen was shot at the southern end of Fuyou Street. The bullet entered through his forehead and exploded at the back of his head. He stopped breathing while being taken to Shiku Hospital behind Peking University.
170. Guo Chunmin, male, 23, teacher at Beijing High School No. 61, at the time studying at the Biology Department of the Shijingshan campus of the Beijing Institute of Education, where he was class leader
At 8 p.m. on June 3, he left home to go to Muxidi to visit a classmate and did not return. His family went to the Fuxing Hospital and saw his name on a list of the dead posted at the hospital entrance. Squeezed into the bicycle shed and rummaging through several dozen bodies, his family was finally able to locate him. He had been shot twice. He was still breathing when he reached the hospital, but died shortly after from blood loss.
171. Han Junyou, male, 25, former worker at Beijing Leather Shoe Factory No. 1 and later a guard in that factory's security department
On the night of June 3 in Muxidi, a bullet struck him in the head. Han died on the way to Fuxing Hospital. His family later found his remains in the hospital's bicycle shed.
172. Li Tiegang, male, 22, young worker in the water supply workshop in the power plant at the Capital Steel Company in Beijing
On the night of June 3, Li left his home and ran into the large massacre being committed by martial law troops near Fuxingmen. He was shot several times in the shoulder and in the liver.
173. Wang Ying, male, 30, employee at the Beijing Transformer Factory Limited Company
Wang was killed on June 4th, details unknown.
174. Cai XX, male, age unknown, employee at the Commercial Press
Cai has been missing since the morning of June 4th. There has been no news of him since.
175. Wang Junjing, male, over 30, technician at a factory subordinate to the Beijing Instrumentation Bureau near the Baita Temple
At about 10 a.m. on the morning of June 4th, while on the way to work, Wang was shot by martial law troops. A dumdum bullet in the kidney damaged his heart as well. Wang was sent to Peking Union Medical College Hospital. When his relatives came to identify and take away his remains, there were already more than 40 bodies piled up at the hospital.
176. Male, under 20, name and occupation unknown.
During the night of June 3, he was killed east of Muxidi at the intersection of Fuxingmenwai Avenue and Sanlihe Road. The bleeding from a bullet wound to the chest would not stop. He was sent to the Beijing Children's Hospital for emergency treatment, which proved ineffective, and he died. According to eyewitnesses, he was wearing brown and green shorts and a white short-sleeved T-shirt, his bare feet in sandals and he had a wristwatch on. He had no identification on him, so the person in charge at the hospital said that if nobody identified him in four or five days, his remains would be turned over to the anti-epidemic station for cremation, along with fourteen other “unidentified corpses.”
177. Hu XX, male, age unknown, university student in Beijing
His family didn't hear about his fate until two weeks after the massacre. They were sad beyond description, but because they were poor and under pressure from the local government they did not dare to identify his body.
178. Hao Zhijing, male, 30, research assistant at the Science and Technology Policy and Management Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Hao had visited the United States in 1988.
At 11 a.m. on June 3, while passing through Muxidi, a stray bullet went through the left side of his chest, killing him immediately. Hao’s relatives went to all the Beijing hospitals looking for him. A month later, they discovered his body by chance at Fuxing Hospital.
179. Lin Tao, male, 24, a former PLA scout who had worked at the Beijing Kunlun Hotel
On the night of June 3 after finishing dinner, he was preparing lunch to bring to work the next day, when he heard that martial law troops had entered the city. He left home on his bicycle to go out on the streets and never returned.
180. Li XX, male, about 30, driver for the Beijing Municipal Urban Appearance Enforcement Team
From the night of June 3 into the early morning of the 4th, Li was working on the second floor of the Beijing Municipal Urban Appearance Enforcement Team headquarters on the western side of the Great Hall of the People. He was hit by the gunfire of martial law troops and fell backward instantly into the arms of his office colleagues and died.
181. Zhang Jian, male, 17, sophomore at High School No. 95 in the Xuanwu District of Beijing
On June 4th, he left home to visit his uncle and aunt who lived in Qianmen. On the way Zhang was murdered by martial law troops with a bullet through the heart. He was sent directly to the morgue at Peking Union Medical College Hospital. At noon, his parents discovered that their son had not visited his uncle's home and went to look for him. Finally, wafter searching through three large volumes of albums with photographs of about 60 of the dead, they identified his body
182. Li Ping, male, age unknown, student in the Political Education Department of Beijing Normal University
On the night of June 3, he was shot and killed near the Military Museum, west of the Muxidi Bridge.
183. Ma Jianwu, male, age unknown, student at the Beijing College of Chinese Medicine
Ma was killed on the morning of June 4th, details unknown.
184. Huang Xinhua, male, 25, graduate student at the Chinese Academy of Sciences who had passed the entrance examination in 1988
On the morning of June 4th, Huang was killed in Tiananmen Square. After cremation, his elder brother Huang Linqiang took his ashes back to their home in Shaodong, Hunan for burial. The state paid compensation of 200 yuan and issued a certificate stating that he had been accidentally wounded.
185. Tao Maoxian, male, employee at the Beijing City Factory No. 811. Tao's age and the place he was killed are not known.
On the morning of June 4th, when rescuing an injured person, he was shot in the small of the back and died immediately.
186. Zou Zuowu, male, age and occupation unknown.
On the morning of June 4th, Zou was shot and seriously wounded. He was sent to the hospital and both his legs were amputated. He died six months later.
187. Bai Jingchuan, male, 21, a student specializing in home appliance maintenance at Beijing Lianhe University
On the morning of June 4th, Bai was shot and killed. His remains were discovered at Beijing Tongren Hospital.
188. Jiang Jiaxing, male, age and occupation unknown, Beijing resident
Jiang was killed on the morning of June 4th, details unknown.
189. Sun Hui, male, 19, student in the Chemistry Department at Peking University
On the morning of June 4th, wearing a Peking University T-shirt, he rode a bicycle searching for classmates. When he passed through Xidan, he was shot and killed and his corpse fell in the street. After cremation, his ashes were kept in Babaoshan Public Cemetery Columbarium for three years before being returned to his ancestral home in Ningxia.
190. Liang Jianbo, male, 18, student at the Beijing College of Chemical Technology.
On the afternoon of June 3, Liang went to the police academy to visit his elder sister. The guard would not let him in and would not let anyone inside go out. He had no choice but to leave. Nothing is known about where he went after that. More than 10 days later, his family identified his body at the Jishuitan Hospital.
191. Wang Yongzhen, female, age unknown, student at China Agricultural University
Wang was killed on the morning of June 4th, details unknown. Her family sprinkled her ashes in the Hun River in Liaoning.
192. Zhang Jie, male, 16, Beijing resident, school unknown
Around 5 a.m. on the morning of June 4th, he rode his bicycle back home from his elder sister's home. He was passing through Jinshuiqiao when he ran into soldiers in a murderous rage. Unprovoked, they showered his head with blows from their clubs. His sister was a manager at the Tiananmen Gate Tower. When she saw what was happening, she yelled, “He is one of our own!” But the soldiers refused to listen. They dragged him into the Beijing Working People's Cultural Palace and continued beating him to death.
193. XXX, male, about 15, student at a certain junior high school in Beijing
He was spending the summer at the Beijing representative office of the Qinghe Farm. On June 29, he finished his homework and went with his classmates to the roundabout near the Yuquanying intersection where they ran into a peasant selling watermelons from his truck. The mischievous teenagers knocked a watermelon off the cart. The watermelon seller yelled, “What are you doing, stealing my watermelons?” Just then, a patrol car passed by and sprayed them with gunfire. The other children scattered, but he was hit and instantly fell to the ground, dead.
194. XXX, male, 36, cadre at a Beijing juvenile detention center
On the night of June 3, hearing sporadic gunfire, he went outside to look. He was shot and killed near Jiaodaokou.
195. Liu Yongliang, male, 26, worker at the Beijing Internal Combustion Engine Factory
A bullet hit him in the head late on the night of June 3. He died at Beijing Hospital.
196. Liu Zhong, male, 19, student in the Political Department of China University of Political Science and Law.
Liu was killed late on the night of June 3, details unknown.
197. Fu Erke, male, 19, student at Minzu University of China in Beijing
Fu was killed in the early morning of June 4th, details unknown.
198. Gu Lifen, female, 19, student in the Education Department at Beijing Normal University
Gu was killed in the early morning of June 4th, details unknown.
199. Ma Fenglong, male, 27, worker at a certain work unit in Beijing
Ma was killed in the early morning of June 4th, details unknown.
200. Ma Junfei, male, age unknown, Beijing resident
Ma Junfei, the son of Ma Fenglong, was killed in the early morning of June 4th, details unknown.
201. Xu Ruihe, male, age unknown, Beijing resident, PLA veteran
Xu was killed on the morning of June 4th, details unknown.
202. Chen Yongting, male, 21, of the Tujia ethnic minority, student specializing in political economy in the Economics Department of Minzu University of China in Beijing
On the evening of June 3, Chen was shot somewhere in the area around Tiananmen Square, details unknown. After cremation, his ashes were brought back to his home in the Youyang Tujia and Miao Autonomous County in Sichuan for burial.
 
The dead are still increasing, very slowly, but still increasing:
203, Cheng Renxing, male, 25 years old, died of shooting; 204, Dai Jinping, male, 27 years old, died of shooting;
205, Li Haocheng, male, 20 years old, died of shooting. 
Key Words: June Fourth Massacre, Tiananmen Mothers
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