The CCP police raided the Hong Kong exhibition commemorating the 1989 tragedy. But the museum lives online.
Last Thursday, citizens of Hong Kong watched in surprise while the police blocked Mong Kok Road around the Ngai Wong Commercial Building. Later, armed police were seen carrying away boxes of material, and it became clear that they had raided the June 4th Museum, which collected memories of the Tiananmen Square carnage of June 4, 1989.
The museum had already been closed by the police on June 2, under the pretext of alleged breaches of health regulations and administrative rules. Now, it has been definitively uprooted.