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Former Director of the museum Judith Jamison, center, pays her condolences during the invocation for the 9/11 memorial service at the NYC Fire Museum on September 11, 2019. Photo by Shiyu Xu.


The 9/11 memorial at NYC Fire Museum is a permanent exhibition designed by Jude Amsel to commemorate the 343 firefighters lost on September 11, 2001. The center of the room is a memorial made of black marbles and tiles with the names and pictures of the individual firefighters. Photo by Shiyu Xu


Within the 9/11 memorial at NYC Fire Museum, a timeline of September 11, 2001, is displayed chronicling the tragic events happened during that day, along with the responding rescue and recovery efforts. Photo by Shiyu Xu


Hazem Flaco, owner of The Village Hemp Shop on MacDougal Street in Manhattan, said that flavored vape products are account for the majority of his sales. Flaco said that the health issue is a result of fake THC oil which is sold or homemade by unlicensed sellers. Photo by Shiyu Xu.


Shelves of JUUL and other e-cigarette products at Smoke & Beer on Bleecker Street in Manhattan. Photo by Shiyu Xu


Outside of Convenience store Smoke & Beer on Bleecker Street in Manhattan, a poster of Juul and nicotine oils is placed in front of the store. The owner of the store John Ranni is expecting a decline in the store’s e-cigarette business as a result of the state’s recent ban on flavored vape. Photo by Shiyu Xu.

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Women Trump supporters gathered at Union Square.


Pierre-Antoine Benoit, an international student from France, explores his new black iPhone 11 Pro after a 4-hour wait. Benoit got in line at 7 a.m. and said he is most excited for the new triple camera system. Photo by Shiyu Xu.


Hundreds of Apple fans line up for hours outside the reopened Apple store on Fifth Avenue on Friday morning for the new iphone release. For many of them, long lineup is a tradition to experience and honor. Photo by Shiyu Xu.

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Ian MacKinnon from New Hampshire (left) and Lisa Becker from Cambridge hold up signs during a tax rally at Cambridge Common park, Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 15, 2017. Over one thousand people gathered together at the park calling for President Donald Trump to release his tax returns and change his policies.

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Jessica Aguilera, an Emerson College student, calls for immigrant equality during a rally at the Boston Common, Boston, Massachusetts on April 13, 2017. The rally was held by Coalition to Organize and Mobilize Boston against Trump and hundreds of college students in Boston area.


While waiting in line to get in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for the free special Lunar New Year performances, some found ways to kill some time.


Boston University attacker Alec Hoag (right) tries to steal the ball from Bucknell University attacker Connor O’Hara during the second quarter of a men’s lacrosse game at Nickerson Field, 285 Babcock St. Boston, Massachusetts, on March 18, 2017. Bucknell won, 12-6.


Boston University defender Allen Winkoff (left) puts defensive pressure on Bucknell University attacker Ryan Durkin during a men’s lacrosse game at Nickerson Field, 285 Babcock St. Boston, Massachusetts, on March 18, 2017. Bucknell won, 12-6.


Jerry Hu, a 22-year-old Boston University student, sits next to the boxing ring after a two-hour training session at “ The Ring” boxing club on 971 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, Massachusetts on March 25, 2017.


Jerry Hu (right) finishes his two-hour boxing class with his coach Jeff Leggett at The Ring boxing club on 971 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, Massachusetts on Feb. 11, 2017. Hu has spent every Saturday morning for the past two years at this boxing club.


Jeff “Lefty” Leggett (left), a trainer at The Ring boxing club hugs his student Jerry Hu after class on 971 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, Massachusetts on Feb. 11, 2017. Leggett is a former professional boxer who lost his arm when he was hit by a train seven years ago. Hu says Leggett is one of the most inspiring coaches and makes him believe that boxing is “better than therapy.”

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