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Li Lu (李禄 Pinyin: Lǐ Lý) (born 1966) was an organizer and leader of the Chinese student dissidents who took part in the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. After the protests, Li Lu, a graduate student at Nanjing University, was forced to flee mainland China and he ultimately moved to the United States.
In 1990 he published a book about his struggles titled Moving the Mountain: My Life in China (ISBN 0399135456). Since moving to the U.S., Li Lu has received three degrees from Columbia University and founded his own investment company, Himalaya Capital.
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