May 35 playwright Candace Chong Mui-Ng (left) and director Lee Chun-chow. Photo: Edmond SoMay 35 playwright Candace Chong Mui-Ng (left) and director Lee Chun-chow. Photo: Edmond So
May 35 playwright Candace Chong Mui-Ng (left) and director Lee Chun-chow. Photo: Edmond So

Tiananmen Square crackdown of June 4, 1989 revisited in Candace Chong’s play, ‘May 35’

  • May 35 is the story of a woman who wants to hold a vigil for her son, killed by PLA troops in Tiananmen Square during the student-led protest in 1989
  • Instead of focusing on the incident, Chong’s play concentrates on the families of the victims, whose suffering continues

Topic |   Tiananmen Square crackdown 30th anniversary
May 35 playwright Candace Chong Mui-Ng (left) and director Lee Chun-chow. Photo: Edmond SoMay 35 playwright Candace Chong Mui-Ng (left) and director Lee Chun-chow. Photo: Edmond So
May 35 playwright Candace Chong Mui-Ng (left) and director Lee Chun-chow. Photo: Edmond So
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