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20th June 4 Candle-light Vigil 2009

Mourning the Victims and Demanding Vindication of June 4
Student Democratic Movement

4.6.2009 Hong Kong, China


悼念死難同胞 爭取平反六四

4.6.2009 中國香港

About 200,000 people attended the 20th anniversary candle-light vigil held at Victoria Park to mourn the victims killed in the June 4 crackdown and to demand vindication of 1989 student democratic movement. Lighted candles were raised and pro-democratic songs sung to bring people's hopes for democracy and freedom in China. Excerpts from the secretly recorded audio-tapes of the memoirs of the late Premier Zhao Ziyang were played. These tapes have been used for writing the new bestseller "Prisoner of the State" (with both English and Chinese editions). A heartbreaking recorded message by Ding Ziling, organiser of the Tiananmen Mothers Group, was followed by a passionate speech by Xiong Yan, the first exiled 1989 student leader to speak in any June 4 vigil in Hong Kong. "Hong Kong is the pride of all Chinese people because Hongkongers dare to defend freedom...", Xiong said.




Queues of people entering Victoria Park Tiananmen Square goddess of Democracy replica Full house People jammed the Park with Zhao Ziyang photo  in the background The stage
People silently mourning Lighting candles of hope and promise for democracy Candle lights for democracy Young people born in 1989 Schoolchildren in uniforms
Candle lights of hope in the dark Thousands of candle lights from Victoria Park Zhao Ziyang's voice from his grave telling the truth... The organisers and the guests including Xiong Yan Young people born in 1989 remember June 4
The group of 20-year-olds Recorded talk by Ding Ziling of Tiannanmen Mothers Group Candle lights from among the 150,000 at Victorial Park Xiong Yan, an exiled student leader, spoke  at the vigil Looking at the 150,000 candle-bearers from the stage

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