A famous statue at the University of Hong Kong marking the Tiananmen Square massacre was removed late on Wednesday.
The Pillar of Shame statue showed piled-up corpses to commemorate pro-democracy protesters killed by Chinese authorities in 1989.
It was one of the few remaining public memorials in Hong Kong commemorating the incident, which is a highly sensitive topic in China.
Its removal comes as Beijing has increasingly been cracking down on political dissent in Hong Kong.
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