Thursday, October 9, 2014

Exploration 4

I think the most important thing to remember is how many people were killed on June 4th, 1989, and also what the reason was for why they were killed. They were killed because they wanted a more democratic government. We take for granted our government and we should realize how lucky we are to have the freedom we do.

I think this photo really shows the after math of the whole thing. It shows all the bodies laying around and what chaos they were in.

 I watched an interview on CNN and read an article on the WSJ where they talked about temperature scanning in airports for the ebola virus. One of the doctor's they interviewed was Jennifer Nuzzo, who stated that ten's of thousands of people who are traveling from West Africa have traveled to the U.S. and this is the first case. She did say that we need to pay a lot more attention to the health care workers that are over there trying to help. She also stated that the airport screening isn't all that effective but letting travelers know the symptoms and what to look for is much more effective. All the WSJ stated was that it would help.


  1. I really like your picture of the intensity of the event! You can really tell the darkness of that day.

  2. I liked your picture you chose because it shows the number of tanks and destruction that took place and how there was debris everywhere. It looks like it was taken by someone who was a part of the events that took place.

  3. I like the picture you chose as well! It captures the moment and shows the destrction that has been caused physically and mentally, which connects with people more.

  4. I completely agree that the most important thing to remember is how many people died on June 4th 1989 in Tienanmen Square. And we should always remember that we are so lucky to have our government.


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