According to Boston Globe, The Mary Soo Hoo Park(aka, Chinatown Gateway Park), which hosts the memorial, is being renovated and some residents asked that the memorial to be removed so that the part could become "a place of repose, where adults can relax and children can play without the intrusion of politics."
Other activists, of course, have other ideas. They questioned city designers repeatedly on the issue and insisted to preserve the memorial.
A final decision has yet to be made.
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