The MoW Program started in 1992 and was established to create more awareness about war and social upheaval. The MoW register accepts project submissions every two years. May 30th was the deadline for 2016. The founder of the Tiananmen-UNESCO Project came up with the idea of finding “Tank Man” since no one knows whether “Tank Man” is dead or not. Moreover, the founder wanted to find more information about the massacre from the inside [of China]. The tanks withheld from killing “Tank Man,” which displayed a sense of tolerance. Therefore, interpretation of these actions can be used as part of the national reconciliation process because the other side [Chinese people acting on CCP/PLA orders] showed humanity and restraint in this case. This kind of spirit is needed on both sides to create momentum for national reconciliation.