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Hong Kong activists are working in the shadows to preserve digital backups of their democracy movement as the physical symbols of their resistance — including an opposition newspaper and a museum — are purged from the city’s streets.

In the end, it was food safety inspectors that finished Hong Kong’s museum to those killed in the Tiananmen Square protests — the only memorial of its kind within China to victims of the 1989 crackdown.

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