Cat Schuknecht

Cat Schuknecht is an intern reporter at the South China Morning Post.
Cat Schuknecht
Cat Schuknecht is an intern reporter at the South China Morning Post.

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Tiananmen vigil draws lowest turnout since 2008

A heavy sense of sorrow settled over Victoria Park as people converged for the city’s annual vigil remembering those killed in Beijing’s military crackdown on a student-led democracy movement 28 years ago.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

A heavy sense of sorrow settled over Victoria Park as people converged for the city’s annual vigil remembering those killed in Beijing’s military crackdown on a student-led democracy movement 28 years ago.

Tiananmen vigil draws lowest turnout since 2008