Tiananmen square museum re-opens in Hong Kong

A museum in Hong Kong commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre has been reopened, 10 months after it was forced to close.

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    A museum in Hong Kong commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre has been reopened, 10 months after it was forced to close.

    Its new home is only temporary and organisers say they need a permanent site to educate the next generation about China's political history.

    Al Jazeera’s Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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