I think the most important thing to remember is that the Tiananmen Square massacre occurred because College kids were trying to mourn the death of Hu Yaobang, the communist party general secretary. Who was opposed to many things that were going on in the political parties.In the middle of May, there were over 400 protests all in different cities. That’s when the government set out their military and used force against the protesters.
This image I think is powerful because this is a side of the Tiananmen Square massacre that they’ve never shown before. Here you see dead bodies lying in the street, while the people who killed them roam on. It shows the devastation that it left, and how no one is trying to help out.
This is an effective photo because it says that the Chief Executive has been lying to his people, which is why his nose has grown so much. The executive is Pinocchio, and the more lies he tells, the longer his nose will grow.
I chose to do my research on the Nobel Prize winners. I think its important because everyone knows about the Nobel Prizes, but no one really pays any attention as to why these people won this prestigious award. The article I read on CNN, varied a lot from the one in The New York Times. CNN chose to focus more on how and when the awards were given out, where on The Times, it went into detail about what these people did to receive the prize. One major difference I found was the news was told. In The Times, the news is told from multiple perspectives, its not all one sided. There are multiple people who work on the articles to insure that its not biased. I think since CNN is such a large corporation, its easier for them to just produce articles that are one sided, even if it is biased or not.