This article discusses art censorship in Hong Kong on the occasion of 15th Tiananmen Square memorial. Art scholar Dr Jen Webb's talk on art and human rights at the Asia Art Archive is mentioned and discussed. The viewpoints of Dr Christina Chu, Chief Curator of Hong Kong Museum of Art and independent art critic Oscar Ho are highlighted.
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English

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censorship

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13 Jun 2004

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Sunday Morning Post, 13 Jun 2004, Section The Review, p. 5

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