Thousands of Hongkongers gathered on Monday to commemorate the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre

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The Tiananmen massacre occurred on June 4, 1989 ending months of student-led demonstrations in China. It is estimated that hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people died when the People’s Liberation Army was deployed to crack down on protesters in Beijing.

Live from Tsim Sha Tsui’s ‘alternative’ English-language commemoration:

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Photo: Catherine Lai/HKFP.
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Headband reading ‘Lee Ming-cheh’. Photo: Catherine Lai/HKFP.
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