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#StreetArt<\/a> Hong Kong District Councilor deploys street art to revive citizens\u2019 memory about police brutality <\/b>Chan Kin-lun, a District Councilor member of Yuen Long District in Hong Kong put up two sets of piano keys on street fence in \u201cseven\u201d \u201ctwo\u201d \u201cone\u201d; \u201cone\u201d \u201cnine\u201d arrangements, signifying the 19th month of Yuen Long 721 incident. Chan called on Hong Kong citizens to never forget the brutal mob attack of pro-democracy citizens on July 21, 2019 and the police's delayed arrival at the scenes of assault.Source: Chan Kin-lun; #Feb21<\/a>#NeverForget<\/a> #NeverForgive<\/a> #Yuenlong721<\/a><\/div>\n\n