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In prison for a flower. In Hong Kong it is forbidden to remember Tiananmen

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In prison for a flower.  In Hong Kong it is forbidden to remember Tiananmen

LONDON – The flowers of evil. Alexandra Wongindeed Nonna Wong as affectionately known, carries a bouquet of carnations, roses and lilies near Victoria Park, where demonstrations in Hong Kong have been held for decades in memory of the massacre of hundreds of students and pro-democracy activists in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989.

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