Arrangements for funeral rites for ousted Chinese leader Zhao Ziyang were still on hold as government officials and the family remained deadlocked over official wording of his obituary, the family reportedly refusing to abide, as Zhao himself would not, the official line that he had committed a "grave mistake" in addressing protestors in Tiananmen in June 1989. With security tightening and one arrest reported, an estimated 3,000 visitors have so far visited Zhao's home since his death was announced January 17.
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