The candlelight vigil in Victoria Park was attended by more than 180,000 people last year. Photo: Sam TsangThe candlelight vigil in Victoria Park was attended by more than 180,000 people last year. Photo: Sam Tsang
The candlelight vigil in Victoria Park was attended by more than 180,000 people last year. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s Tiananmen vigil has been banned, but the city’s spirit of commemoration for June 4th shines on

  • The cancellation of the event amid the Covid-19 pandemic has raised fears it will be permanently scrubbed from the political calendar
  • The vigil is under a fresh spotlight this year as Beijing moves forward with a tailor-made national security law for Hong Kong
Topic |   June 4 vigil in Hong Kong
The candlelight vigil in Victoria Park was attended by more than 180,000 people last year. Photo: Sam TsangThe candlelight vigil in Victoria Park was attended by more than 180,000 people last year. Photo: Sam Tsang
The candlelight vigil in Victoria Park was attended by more than 180,000 people last year. Photo: Sam Tsang
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