About 80 people from the French community in Hong Kong, the largest in Asia, remember those who were killed in an attack in Nice. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Hong Kong’s French community mourns Nice attack victims
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STORY: Hong Kong’s French community, the largest in Asia, gathered on Saturday (July 16) evening to pay respect to the victims of the truck attack in Nice.
Eighty-four were killed in Thursday’s Bastille Day carnage claimed by Islamic State.
About 80 people in Hong Kong observed a minute’s silence and lit candles next to a large tricolor flag.
Among them was Anne Denis-Blanchardon, who said she was not scared and the world should unite to fight “this plague”.
More than 25,000 French nationals live in Hong Kong, making it the largest French expatriate community in Asia, according to the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong.