Today is June 4, the 26th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests of 1989 .
In recent years, some numbers have gone missing on the Chinese Internet because of censorship. These numbers are 64, 89 and 535 — which stands for May 35, a popular way to refer to June 4 . They are all unsearchable on mainland Chinese search engines and cannot appear in public timelines on social media.
Political cartoonist Biantailajiao highlighted such ridiculous way of erasing history on Twitter:
如果可以做到，他們會毫不猶豫讓這一天從日曆上徹底消失 pic.twitter.com/5ERnYBn63o 
— 变态辣椒 (@remonwangxt) June 3, 2015 
If possible, they would delete this particular date from the calendar.