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Ted and Alex Jackson had to go to Beijing to report a story When Alex and Ted arrived at the capital city they met a guide named Lao-Xu who directed them to the BeijingHotel At the hotel Ted and Alex meet Eddie Nowlan Eddie is the reporter that Ted would be working with After settling into the routine of the hotel Alex began observing Tian An Men square and interviewing some of the students who were protesting One night Ted and Eddie left to observe the square Alex wanted to come but Ted and Eddie wouldnt let him So Alex and Lao-Xu went out to see what all the machine gun fire was about When they got to the square they saw PLA soldiers shooting students and crushing them with armored personnel carriers This was the Peoples Liberation Army As Lao-Xu and Alex stood on the curb they watched students getting shot Lao-Xu became enraged and ran out into the middle of the street and started shouting at the PLA soldiers Suddenly one of the soldiers raised his gun and shot Lao-Xu several times He fell to the ground as Alex took confidential pictures of the the soldiers killing Lao-Xu and other students he turned and ran for his life As Alex ran he felt a sharp pain going up his leg he had been shot he started to feel dizzy and he wearily stumbled to the ground As Alex laid on the ground some chinese students took Alex to a house In the house he met a woman named Nai Nai Soon after he met a girl named Xin-Hua the granddaughter of Nai Xin-Hua and Alex became friends Later Alex meets Xin-Huas friends With the help of Xin-Hua and her friends Alex devises a plan to get to the Canadian Embassy One of Xin-Huas friends gives her a ping ban che to get across the city Once
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