Vandals strike at new June 4 museum in Hong Kong ahead of opening as operator says incident was politically motivated

Hong Kong police are investigating suspected criminal damage at a new June 4 museum, in an incident the operator said was politically motivated and may have been designed to stop its opening this month.On Sunday morning, an employee who went to the museum, set up in Mong Kok to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown in Beijing, found several items had been damaged.A lock at the entrance was missing, electrical sockets and switch boxes were splashed with salt water and a screwdriver or…


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