Liberty Sculpture Park

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Sculptor Weiming Chen began his project in 2017 when he along with a group of friends purchased 36 acres of land. The aim was to keep the memory of Tiananmen Square Protest of 1989 alive. He started his liberty sculptures with a giant head of Crazy Horse. After that he created a sculpture of activist Li Wangyang who was imprisoned for 21 years after the Tiananmen Square Protest. His most ambitious project was unveiled symbolically on June 3, 2019 - a recreation of "Tank Man," a protestor who bravely stood in front of oncoming tanks after the Chinese government had declared martial law. To get there take I-15 to exit 194. Drive south on Calico Road and then turn right on Yermo. You'll see the park entrance about a half-mile up on your right-hand side.  (Submitted by Winona Chavez)

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