This article studies in particular the reactions of the Hong Kong art field and art practitioners in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Massacre (Beijing, 1989).
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censorship

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Mar 1999

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The Journal of the Asian Arts Society of Australia, Mar 1999, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 14–15

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Remembrance and Forgetting: Aspects of Art and Public Space in Hong Kong During the Handover Period