Centenary of China's 1911 Revolution
Updated: 2011-03-02 13:02
Donald Tsang (C), chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), and Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in HKSAR Peng Qinghua (2nd L) attend the opening ceremony of the exhibition titled "Centenary of China's 1911 Revolution" at the Hong Kong Museum of History in Hong Kong, March 1, 2011. The exhibition displaying a total of 400 exhibits opened here on Tuesday, to mark the centenary of the 1911 Revolution. Tsang was hurt in the chest during the ceremony by a protester and went to Queen Maria Hospital for a checkup in the evening. The doctor said the injury was not serious. [Photo/Xinhua]
A worker introduces exhibits to visitors during the exhibition titled "Centenary of China's 1911 Revolution" at the Hong Kong Museum of History in Hong Kong, March 1, 2011. [Photo/Xinhua]
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