Thirty years ago, Beijing's
Tiananmen Square became the focus for large-scale protests, which were crushed
by China's Communist rulers. The events produced one of the most iconic photos
of the 20th Century - a lone protester standing in front of a line of army
tanks. What led up to the events of June 4, 1989?
The Vigil this year in Hong Kong, normally attended by over 10,000-100,000 people has been cancelled. Some say CoVID-19 and some say due to Article 13 of the CCCP.
Gatherings in mainland PRC are completely forbidden.
In solidarity with the Hong Kong, Taiwanese and Singapore free Asians, come to the Upper Part of Gan Sacher for a peaceful non-violent, mindful commemeration to raise awareness of freedom and democracy.
Please bring a tea light or candle with love and compassion. If you cannot come, please post this to your social media to remember the victims. POST HERE
SILENT SOLIDARITY GATHERING WILL BE HELD FROM
7 PM to 8 PM on June 4, 2020.
Upper Part of Gan Sacher below the Coffee Shop. Please bring signs and candles only.
SEE THE YOUTUBE VIDEOS HERE
GOALS: End of
corruption within the Communist Party (which brought the world the worst pandemic in the last 4,000 years), democratic reforms, freedom of the
press, freedom of speech, freedom of association, democratic input on economic
(free market) reforms.