A group that organises events to commemorate the June 4, 1989 crackdown in Tiananmen Square is planning a demonstration when the Olympic torch relay starts in Hong Kong on May 2. Lee Cheuk-yan, vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China, said protesters would gather at the Cultural Centre, where the torch relay begins, to display placards with the slogan, 'One world, universal human rights; One dream, demand accountability for June 4'. However, the alliance would not follow the torch relay across the city. The alliance had earlier adopted the 2008 Olympic official theme - 'One World One Dream' - to mark the 19th year since the Tiananmen Square crackdown. Asked if they would be barred from the Cultural Centre, Mr Lee said the alliance had yet to meet police to discuss arrangements for the planned demonstration. The Civil Human Rights Front, organiser of the city's annual protest rally on July 1, had no plans to protest during the relay. Front convenor Jackie Hung Ling-yu said since Beijing would be the centre of international attention during the Games, the group would seek to raise awareness on human rights and political development on the mainland. The group might also consider following Danish sculptor Jens Galschiot's 'Colour Orange' project, which aims to show China that the world is keeping an eye on human rights violations in the Olympic year. The project aims to get people around the world and visitors to the Games to wear something orange during the Olympics. Meanwhile, the Front condemned Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen for his failure to protect human rights since his election last year. The Front described the past year as the 'dark age for Hong Kong's human rights development'. Fermi Wong Wai-fun, executive director of Hong Kong Unison, a group dedicated to helping ethnic minorities, warned that the gap, in terms of human rights, between the city and the mainland would be narrowed if it failed to enhance rights protection.