MORE than 20,000 badges bearing words from the pro-democracy song The Flower of Freedom will be given to participants at today's rally in Central and next week's candlelight vigil in Victoria Park, both for victims of the June 4 massacre. About 20 people helped design the set of four commemorative badges. Among them were Kenneth Tse, 19, a secondary school student, and Michelle, a 20-year-old university student who did not want her full name used. Kenneth said they wanted the badges to remind people of what happened 11 years ago. 'We hope they will be aware of the importance of freedom and democracy,' he said. Michelle said they were meant especially for younger people. 'We worry that those who are only 15 years old or younger will not have any idea of what happened as they were only babies in 1989,' she said. The song is about a dream in which a flower refuses to fade. 'The melody of the song is nice and the words are understandable despite making no mention of June 4 or democracy,' Kenneth said. Today's rally will leave Victoria Park for the Central Government Offices at 3pm. The June 4 candlight vigil will begin at 8pm in Victoria Park.