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#FirstHand<\/a> #NeverForget<\/a> #NeverForgive<\/a> Truth & Justice will Prevail<\/b> - Hongkongers vow to seek truth in young pro-democracy student's death<\/b>#ChanYinLam<\/a>, a 15-year-old student in Hong Kong, was found dead on 22 September 2019 off the coast from Tseung Kwan O. Given that her body was found naked, and she was an agile swimmer and diver according to various news reports, her death triggered a lot of speculation, pointing at possible police brutality. A year and 5 months later, on February 22, 2021, pro-democracy supporters continued their monthly ritual of paying tribute to Chan and other victims of police brutality during the anti-ELAB movement. Over ten lightboxes were lit in the school campus of Hong Kong Design Institute where Chan was last seen, with candle lights, paper cranes and white flowers. Chan\u2019s supporters called on Hongkongers to fight on and never cease seeking the truth of Chan\u2019s death. Source: First Hand; #Feb22<\/a><\/div>\n\n