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Hong Kong: June 4 and civic rights movement

The theme of June 4 candle night vigil this year is Civic Rights Movement in China. has a collections of articles including
1. the recent development of internet media and civic rights movement;
2. politics of memories concerning the Chinese cultural revolution and June 4 incident with a proposal for a building a Cultural Revolution museum in Hong Kong West Kowloon cultural area;
3. labour rights issue, a comparsion between China and Vietnam factory management;
4. Taishi incident and its implication towards HK and China political relation;
5. Grassroots democracy in China;
6. Civic Rights Keywords and
7. Civic Rights Key figures.

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