In a chilling cover feature, Wisconsin resident Tim Urbonya provides an eyewitness account of the aftermath of the infamous Chinese massacre in Tiananmen Square. Riding his bicycle around Shenyang in northeast China, where he and his wife were teaching English, "I could see groups of people clustered around concrete electric poles reading news fliers written and attached to the poles by students.... By the end of the first week after the massacre, all the posters had been torn down by the government. Nobody was talking about the students on the streets, or congregating in groups...." He describes having police search his belongings and missing the "small pile of newspaper articles...which detailed the horrors that had taken place." Urbonya and his wife, more afraid for the Chinese they associated with than for themselves, were among the last Americans to leave Shenyang, two weeks after the massacre. He's now director of continuing education and extended services for UW Colleges.