Tiananmen Square

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Tian·an·men Square

 (tyän′än′mĕn′)
An extensive open area in central Beijing, China, the world's largest public square. Adjacent to the Forbidden City, it has long been the site of festivals, rallies, and demonstrations. In 1989 Chinese troops fired on student demonstrators, killing an estimated 2,000 or more.

Tian′an•men Square′

(ˈtyɑn ɑnˌmɛn)

also Tienanmen Square


n.
a large plaza in Beijing, China.
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By contrast, another eating experience was made memorable by a charming girl who was just fascinated by the presence of a white European in a duck house close to Tianaman Square.
FOLLOWING Tianaman Square the EU imposed a partial ban on arms sales to China.