Archival news footage of the student leaders
Archival news footage of the student leaders is broadcast continuously on a computer tablet mounted on a wall. Another tablet shows a documentary in English. Nearly all the other exhibits are in Chinese.
A labyrinthine layout reflects "the maze which is the China of today," according to its website.
Visitors walking down an L-shaped section turn into a brightly lit passageway before emerging in front of a two-meter (six-foot) tall replica of the "Goddess of Democracy" statue that was famously erected by the protesters in Tiananmen Square. A copy of the statue is also displayed at Hong Kong's annual vigil.
"Entrance into turbulence, through the maze of chaos and exit onto democratic light," the website says.
A small screening room shows video interviews with parents talking about their sons or daughters killed in the square.
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