Hong Kong documentary uncovers lost history

They are called Hong Kong's darkest days, but there's little evidence the 1967 riots ever took place. A documentary maker has spent four years trying to piece together what happened during the seven months of unrest.

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    They are called Hong Kong's darkest days, but there's little evidence the 1967 riots ever took place.

    A documentary maker has spent four years trying to piece together what happened during the seven months of unrest.

    Few details can be found in government archives or history books and many of the current generation don't know about it.

    Al Jazeera’s Divya Gopalan reports from Hong Kong.


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