A museum dedicated to the brutal 1989 crackdown on China's Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests opens in Hong Kong. But that wasn't without scuffles and noisy protests from pro-China protesters questioning its version of the truth. About a dozen protesters argued that Beijing was right to suppress the so-called 'riots' of 25 years ago. It's the first permanent museum of its kind, and is located in an 800-square-foot, fifth-floor unit in a commercial tower.
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