A boulevard, the Deng Xiaoping Prospekt was dedicated in Bishkek, capital of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, on June 18, 1997.
Deng Xiaoping, along with other hardliners, especially Li Peng, were generally blamed for the events.
According to the Chinese government, Deng Xiaoping experienced more assassination attempts than any other senior Chinese leader.
Deng Xiaoping was sent to the Xinjian County Tractor Factory in rural Jiangxi province to work as a regular worker.
Deng Xiaoping died on February 19, 1997, at age 92, from a lung infection and Parkinson's disease, but his influence continued.
On May 20, Deng Xiaoping, as chairman of the Central Military Commission, declared martial law, but the demonstrations continued.
China, however, was still in the "era of Deng Xiaoping."
Deng Xiaoping (August 22, 1904 – February 19, 1997) was a prominent Chinese politician and reformer, and a recent leader of the Communist Party of China (CCP).