From New York to Hong Kong, 27 Years later

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Last night in Hong Kong for 27th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre.
Remembrance is not only for those who died, injured, jailed, exiled.. But for each one of us to reflect on where we stand. Their compassion in action gifted us at least a reflection.

For China’s search for modern identity over more than a century, the call of 1989 Protest is a much needed balance to economic success. Money is an effective way for attention, but not a sustainable path to Respect that China has been yearning for.

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