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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
88BEIJING66411988-03-16 03:43:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDPEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA: 1987 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
88BEIJING259611988-09-01 23:57:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCIVAIR: AIR MONGOLIA - THE "DO IT YOURSELF" - AIRLINENo
89BEIJING106421989-04-19 08:21:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALPRO-DEMOCRACY DEMONSTRATORS FLOOD TIANANMEN SQUARE IN SECOND NIGHT OF DEMONSTRATIONSNo
89BEIJING140471989-05-21 09:18:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 6: THE SCENE ON TIANANMEN, THE MILITARY SITUATION, POSSIBLE CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING, CHINESE PRESS PLAYNo
89BEIJING140541989-05-21 17:13:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 8: TIANANMEN SQUARE CROWDS GROW TO 300,000 OR MORE ON THE EVENING OF MAY 21; GOVERNMENT DENIES LI PENG HAS ORDERED THE PLA TO ATTACK STUDENTS EARLY ON MAY 22.No
89BEIJING141021989-05-22 04:50:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 9: TIANANMEN SQUARE ON MAY 22: THE LONG VIGIL TO MORNINGNo
89BEIJING141031989-05-22 04:54:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 10: VIEW OF TIANANMEN SQUARENo
89BEIJING153901989-06-03 11:43:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 28: TEN TO FIFTEEN THOUSAND ARMED TROOPS STOPPED AT CITY PERIMETER BY HUMAN AND BUS BARRRICADESNo
89BEIJING154071989-06-03 15:05:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 29: ARTICLE JUSTIFIES MARTIAL LAW; PLA TO USE ANY AND ALL MEANS TO ENFORCE MARTIAL LAW; DEFENSE MINISTER APPEARS, SO DOES LI PENG; TENSION ON TIANANMEN SQUARENo
89BEIJING154111989-06-03 18:11:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSITREP NO. 31: TIANANMEN AT 0245 ON - JUNE 4: GUNFIRE ON THE SQUARE, TWO APC'S - BURNING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE CONFIDENTIALNo
89BEIJING154911989-06-05 11:56:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHENGDU STALEMATENo
89BEIJING188281989-07-12 08:57:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALLATIN AMERICAN DIPLOMAT EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF JUNE 3-4 EVENTS ON TIANANMEN SQUARENo
89BEIJING219021989-08-09 09:33:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALPRC GOALS AFTER TIANANMEN: THE OFFICIAL VIEW FROM THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICENo
91BEIJING363901991-11-15 09:28:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 1991 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
92BEIJING362431992-11-13 09:46:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 1992 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
93BEIJING130581993-04-19 11:54:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDTIBET: POLITBURO MEMBER HU JINTAO RETAINS TIBET TIESNo
93BEIJING459511993-12-23 08:25:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 1993 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
94BEIJING511211994-11-18 03:14:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 1994 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
95BEIJING489611995-11-28 09:58:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 1995 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
97BEIJING38161997-01-31 03:03:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALCODEL ACKERMAN MEETING WITH ASSISTANT MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS YANG JIECHI, JANUARY 28No
98BEIJING187711998-11-12 09:21:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALVFM YANG JIECHI PROTESTS U.S. ACTIONS ON TAIWAN AND TIBETNo
99BEIJING70081999-07-22 11:37:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALFALUN GONG CRACKDOWN, DAY THREENo
00BEIJING117902000-11-30 09:27:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 2000 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
01BEIJING103392001-10-15 11:05:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALPRC POSITION ON AFGHANISTAN'S FUTUREYes
01BEIJING119712001-12-12 09:15:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 2001 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
01BEIJING123622001-12-27 05:25:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALHU JINTAO: TAKING SHAPE AS CHINA'S LEADERYes
02BEIJING10192002-02-05 05:14:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALHU JINTAO IN THE MEDIA LIMELIGHTNo
02BEIJING118892002-11-15 08:09:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDCHINA: 2002 ANNUAL TERRORISM REPORTNo
03BEIJING24382003-03-05 07:36:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALNPC SET TO VOTE FOR NEW CHINESE GOVERNMENTNo
03BEIJING39472003-04-07 10:10:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALTAIWAN: CHINA'S NEW LEADERSHIP TO CONTINUE "MODERATE" APPROACHNo
03BEIJING132892003-09-18 09:36:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALCHARISMATIC MUSLIM CLERIC SHUT DOWN BY KUNMING ISLAMIC ASSOCIATIONNo
03BEIJING133942003-09-19 12:01:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALSCHOLAR ON CHALLENGES TO HU-WEN "OPENNESS" INITIATIVESNo
03BEIJING163422003-11-12 10:22:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALWEN JIABAO'S DOMESTIC TRAVEL HABITSNo
03BEIJING180212003-12-09 11:24:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDDECEMBER 9 MFA PRESS BRIEFING HIGHLIGHTS: WEN'S U.S. VISIT, SIX-PARTY TALKS, SINO-GERMAN PLUTONIUM REPROCESSING PLANT PURCHASE AND CIRF'S POSTPONED VISITNo
03BEIJING183832003-12-16 10:26:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALXINHUA OFFICIAL ON THE WEN VISIT; TAIWAN; HONG KONGNo
04BEIJING37962004-03-05 11:33:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALWEN JIABAO'S NPC DEBUT: "PEOPLE FIRST," RURAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTHNo
04BEIJING72582004-05-04 03:58:00Embassy BeijingUNCLASSIFIEDDeputy U/S Levine Meets with Premier Wen JiabaoNo
05BEIJING57042005-04-05 12:04:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALREACTION TO DISSIDENT LIU XIAOBO'S ONLINE ARTICLE CRITICIZING RACISM TOWARD SECRETARY RICE ON CHINESE WEBSITESNo
05BEIJING104212005-06-27 08:26:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALUSTR/DOC DELEGATION MEETING WITH VFM YANG JIECHINo
05BEIJING145822005-09-06 13:45:00Embassy BeijingSECRETADM FALLON AND GENERAL LIANG AGREE ON NEED FOR BETTER TIES, DISAGREE ON TAIWANNo

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