人心不死 全球悼「六四」People Do Not Forget; The World Mourns June 4
June 4, 1989 touches the hearts of Chinese people all over the world and all who value freedom and democracy. Hong Kong’s Victoria Park candlelight vigil is the most watched event commemorating June 4 in China and the world. Although the candlelight vigil was banned in 2020, 10,000 people gathered at Victoria Park to light candles despite the risk of arrest and prosecution. The candlelight spread all over Hong Kong. In Taiwan, thousands of people participated in the 31st anniversary vigil of June 4 at Liberty Square in Taipei.
There are ongoing overseas activities to support the Chinese democracy movement and commemorate June 4.
Students of Hong Kong University repainted the June 4 slogans on the Taikoo Bridge in the university campus.
The world's largest June 4 monument created by sculptor Chen Weiming was placed in the United States in February 2019.
In May 1989 when the Beijing students carried on hunger strike, the Taiwan students in Beijing marched in support.
On May 20, 1989, over ten thousands Macau citizens demonstrated in support of Beijing pro-democracy movement under Typhoon No. 9.
In 1989, people in Vancouver of Canada protested the June 4 massacre.
In 1989, demonstration in support of the Beijing pro-democracy movement and condemnation of the bloody massacre were happened both in Toronto of Canada and Sydney of Australia.
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- 引言 Introduction
- 遊行集會 Marches and Rallies
- 民主雕像 The Democracy Statue
- 「六四」重演 June 4 Repeats
- 民運領袖 The Democracy Movement Leaders
- 家屬苦撐 Family Members' Struggle
- 傳媒寒冬 Media Under Assault
- 人心不死 People Do Not Forget
- 時間軸 Timeline
- 人物 Survivors and the Dead
- 「六四」屠殺死難者遇難地點 Locations of Deaths in the June 4 Massacre
- 文物展示 Museum Collections
- 燭光集會統計 Statistics of June 4 Candlelight Vigils
- 支聯會會徽介紹 About HK Alliance’s logo
- 民運詩歌 Poems