The 1989 pro-democracy protests at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, and elsewhere in China, were brutally suppressed by the Chinese military. Thirty years later, the Chinese government censors discussion of these events and prohibits their teaching in schools. This resolution would call on the government to end these practices and let Chinese people learn about and discuss Tiananmen.
What the Chinese government says or does within its borders is a domestic matter that the House shouldn’t meddle in. Even if the U.S. government disagrees with the Communist Party’s suppression of discussion about Tiananmen, it’s overreach for the House to try to tell another sovereign government how to conduct its domestic affairs.