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June 4th Museum

Yesterday marked the 26th anniversary of the deliberate slaughtering of thousands of Chinese students during a protest in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China.  The above picture was taken last night at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park Candlelight Vigil.

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Hong Kong is home to the world’s only June 4th Museum, helping Chinese tourist learn more about the student protest that still remains censored in China.

The 800 square foot museum is located on the 4th floor of the Foo Hoo Center, at 3 Austin Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.

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Hi. Welcome to Hong Kong… according to Ken. Me! I’m a Texas guy that now lives in Hong Kong. I left my life as I knew it, to start a new life. One filled with unfamiliar sites, languages, foods, smells, culture and people. This “leap of faith” is still leaping, but I’m beginning to see the ground beneath me. If you ever wondered what it would be like to pack your bags, say good bye to everyone you know, jump on a plane to another world- then get ready. Here’s a look at life in Hong Kong… according to Ken.

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