» 06/05/2007, 00.00
HONG KONG - CHINA
Card. Zen: “Beijing wash away the filth left by the Tiananmen massacre”
Marking the anniversary of the repression of the anti-corruption pro-democracy movement, the bishop of Hong Kong led a prayer meeting for democracy in Hong Kong and China, in the lead up to the evening vigil remembering the victims held in Victoria Park.
05/06/2007 HONG KONG - CHINA
Over 55 thousand hold vigil in memory of Tiananmen victims
As every year they gathered in Victoria park, tens of thousands, in memory of those who died in 1989. Fresh criticisms of Ma Lik, the pro-China deputy who defined Tiananmen a san invention, and condemnation of Beijing’s delays of Hong Kong’s political reforms.
01/06/2009 HONG KONG – CHINA
Thousands march in Hong Kong to remember Tiananmen
Last year there was one thousand, this year there were 8 thousand. Many are expected to turn out for the Victoria Park vigil on June 4th. Xiong Yan, the leader of Tiananmen, now in exile in the USA, got his visa a day before, after a series of rejections. Some students from China present. Hong Kong is the only place on Chinese soil where Tiananmen is publicly commemorated.
06/06/2009 HONG KONG - CHINA
Outpouring of donations at Hong Kong Vigil, they will fund an archive on Tiananmen
An estimated 194 thousand euros is collected. A museum and web search could be part of the archive project. Some Chinese blogs succeed in defeating censors and broadcast images of the Hong Kong vigil.
04/06/2014 CHINA - HONG KONG
Tiananmen Square under control for June 4. In Hong Kong prepares vigil to remember those killed
Police and security personnel in riot gear. Tourists stopped; journalists threatened. Chinese media claim there is a plan by "Western anti-Chinese forces" to hit China. At least 150 thousand people expected at Victoria Park Vigil. Many mainland Chinese arriving secretly to commemorate those killed in the massacre.
23/05/2016 16:14:00 HONG KONG – CHINA
Card Zen: unity among all social strata is needed for Hong Kong ‘s freedom
For the first time in 27 years, the Student Federation plans to stay away from the memorial vigil for the martyrs of Tiananmen Square. Hong Kong’s bishop emeritus told AsiaNews that the kids have great courage but they want to do “their own thing”. Regrettably, “they lack the maturity to understand that today more than ever we need unity and cooperation”. Hong Kong "is a part of China, and this brooks no discussion”.
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