Wearing black, clutching flowers and candles, and waving mobile phone flashlights, Hongkongers found ways to commemorate the Tiananmen Massacre on Friday despite police warnings and heavy law enforcement deployment across the city. With the Victoria Park vigil banned, hundreds gathered in the surrounding streets to mark 32 years since the crackdown. Police made at least six arrests.
Video: Ryan Lai.
Read our full report from Causeway Bay and Mong Kok, see our photos from the evening in two sets, and read our interview with Alliance chief Chow Hang-tung, who was arrested on Friday morning. Also check out our report from the student Pillar of Shame event and see our look back on the Victoria Park vigil over the years.
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