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    When the Titanic sank, it took more than 1,500 lives to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Now the fate of the ship’s Chinese passengers has been uncovered by a new documentary, including how one survivor inspired a famous scene in the 1997 blockbuster movie.

    But as Andrea Nierhoff reports, not everyone was keen to delve into the past — even from events more than a century ago.

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