Candlelight Vigil in Sydney Marks the 32nd Anniversary of the CCP’s Tiananmen Square Massacre

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On the 32nd anniversary of the June 4 Tiananmen Square massacre, the Australian–Hong Kong Industries Alliance and several other pro-democracy organizations jointly gathered for a candlelight vigil outside the Chinese consulate in Sydney as a way to commemorate those who died at the hands of the Chinese communist regime in 1989 and show their support for to those who have been fighting in Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement. Citing emergency laws due to the pandemic, Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing government banned the annual June 4 candlelight rally in the former British colony’s Victoria Park this year. “The annual Candlelight vigil in Victoria Park is a pride of Hong Kongers, and a testament to Beijing’s propaganda of ‘one country, two systems,'” political scientist Dr. Lam Tsung, the organizer of the rally, told The Epoch Times on June 4. Lam said the crackdown on Hongkongers freedoms and way of life by the CCP and …

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