An attendee at the vigil in San Francisco on Thursday night crouches before a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue. Photo: Owen Churchill An attendee at the vigil in San Francisco on Thursday night crouches before a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue. Photo: Owen Churchill
An attendee at the vigil in San Francisco on Thursday night crouches before a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue. Photo: Owen Churchill

Amid Hong Kong limits on Tiananmen Square commemoration, activists in US call on world not to forget

  • Crowds gather in San Francisco to keep the memory of June 4 alive, one of many events in the US marking the anniversary
  • To those who participated in the Chinese pro-democracy movement of 1989, the dwindling opportunities to hold public vigils are seen as a call to action

Topic |   Tiananmen Square crackdown
An attendee at the vigil in San Francisco on Thursday night crouches before a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue. Photo: Owen Churchill An attendee at the vigil in San Francisco on Thursday night crouches before a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue. Photo: Owen Churchill
An attendee at the vigil in San Francisco on Thursday night crouches before a replica of the Goddess of Democracy statue. Photo: Owen Churchill
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