7 day tweet volume :
Hong Kong people are not only brave but also amazing. It was a honor & privilege to witness you making history after May 28 on June 4th. Love ALL freedom loving Hong Kongers. God bless Hong Kong. pic.twitter.com/huf2K9hhMP
Today marks 31 years since the massacre at Tiananmen Square. The Chinese dictatorship is still today a threat to people's dreams of freedom and democracy. History must not be allowed to be repeated in Hong Kong. #StandWithHK
Our conscience, our freedom, our rights are the core values & the soul of #HongKong. We'll show everyone that our soul is strong enough to withstand fear. No matter how strong the “north wind” is, WE WILL NOT BACK DOWN, and we won't let the #June4th candlelight be extinguished. pic.twitter.com/lWDgVw8ZdA
31 years ago, peaceful demonstrators were killed on #Tiananmen square. Today in #Hongkong, the annual vigil has been banned for the 1st time, days after China enacted new security laws. We must prevent history from repeating itself. bit.ly/Tianmen_Vigil_… #TiananmenSquare31Years
  • Hong Kong people are not only brave but also amazing. It was a honor & privilege to witness you making history after May 28 on June 4th. Love ALL freedom loving Hong Kongers. God bless Hong Kong.
    @SolomonYue
  • Our conscience, our freedom, our rights are the core values & the soul of #HongKong. We'll show everyone that our soul is strong enough to withstand fear. No matter how strong the “north wind” is, WE WILL NOT BACK DOWN, and we won't let the #June4th candlelight be extinguished.
    @appledaily_hk
  • From this angle, Victoria Park looks almost as busy as it did last year. Hongkongers have come out in force #june4th
    @rachelblundy
  • This is what’s happening in Mongkok.
    @cwylilian
  • In the shadow of #NationalSecurityLaw, thousands of #Hongkongers broke barricades and started to assemble in Victoria Park to mourn #TiananmenSquareMassacre.
    @demosisto
  • Still a very peaceful June 4th vigil.
    @SolomonYue
  • Chaos in Mong Kok just now.
    @studioincendo
  • VIDEO: 🇭🇰 Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters defy a ban against gathering in the semi-autonomous city's Victoria Park to commemorate the anniversary of China's deadly #Tiananmen Square crackdown
    @AFP
  • Despite the ban on HK’s #June4th annual vigil, and the threat of the #NationalSecurityLaw , hkers have resisted, gathering peacefully in Victoria Park and all around the city, to commemorate the students who hv sacrificed their lives 31 years ago. We will not be silenced.
    @hoccgoomusic
  • Around 30 undercover #hkpolice suddenly attacked #hongkongers that were peacefully mourning #TiananmenSquareMassacre from the back. #Police is rehearsing how to crush #TiananmenVigil and dissents under the new #NationalSecurityLaw #6431truth #policebrutality twitter.com/demosisto/stat…
    @demosisto
  • Für die Freiheit, an der Seite von #HongKong. Wir erinnern an #TiananmenSquareMassacre. #HongKongProtests
    @theliberalfrank
  • [This year might be the last year of annual #TiananmenVigil in #Hongkong] 1. 31 years ago, Beijing crushed dissents with tanks and guns. 31 years later, Beijing is ripping out our democratic aspiration with a tyrannical law.
    @joshuawongcf
  • Hongkongers showing the world they carry on standing in solidarity with the spirit of #June4th despite obstacles. #Neverforget #6431truth
    @appledaily_hk
  • Look at the crowd in MK now. #6431truth
    @studioincendo
  • Thousands packed into #hongkong's Victoria Park on Thursday to mark 31 years since the Tiananmen Massacre, despite a police ban on the annual vigil. 🕯 Full coverage: bit.ly/tiananmen31 #tiananmen31 Photo: Dominic Chiu.
    @HongKongFP
  • Hundreds of people have assembled at Taipei’s Liberty Square to remember the victims of the June 4th massacre, including a sizeable coterie of Hongkongers and their supporters.
    @rhokilpatrick
  • Arrests in Mong Kok by plainclothes undercover police outside Langham Place as commemoration was ongoing; objects were seen on the road, potentially what triggered police action
    @krislc
  • @AntAFP #BREAKING Police make arrests at Tiananmen vigil in Hong Kong shopping district
    @AFP
  • #TiananmenSquareMassacre in #China was 31 years ago today
    @marcorubio
  • #TiananmenSquareMassacre — NO ONE could stop we #freedom-loving #HongKong people June 4th, pls pause to remember the #courage of #Chinese students who peacefully defied #CCPChina regime to demand their liberties, only to be met with violence & #death..
    @Dystopia992
  • On June 4, 1989 the Chinese Communist Party instigated a deadly crackdown against student-led protestors in Tiananmen Square. We must honor those who lost their lives in the Tiananmen Square massacre by continuing to support democracy & freedom abroad.
    @RepChuck
  • Hongkong’s banned vigil #TiananmenBloodbath 31 years on We don’t forget nor forgive Pic, Apple Daily
    @ClaudiaMCMo
  • Hong Kongers come out for a peaceful June 4th unofficial vigil.
    @SolomonYue
  • We cannot let China run roughshod over the rights of the people of Hong Kong as the world focuses on COVID-19 The UK government must act to protect the freedoms of Hong Kong citizens [1/4]#StandWithHongKong Show your support by joining our campaign 👇 libdems.org.uk/hong-kong
    @LibDems
  • The Victoria Park vigil isn’t the only memorial service for the 6.4 Tiananmen Massacre in Hong Kong tonight. Following the vigil ban, organisers arranged alternative events across the city. Pictured are attendees in Tuen Mun, Tsuen Wan, Mong Kok & Tai Wai. 📸: @AppleDaily_HK
    @JackHHazlewood
  • Now: Undercover cops arrester several ppls in MK
    @studioincendo
  • Who’d not be moved by such a beautiful scene? No one love this city more than #HKers do. Let’s keep fighting for freedom and justice. #StandWithHongKong
    @JimmyLaiApple
  • 【We remember.】 Today, Hongkongers braved the risk of arrest in Victoria Park to hold a candlelight vigil on the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre. We do not forget. #6431truth #FightforFreedom #StandwithHK #HongKong Photo source: Stand News 立場新聞
    @Stand_with_HK
  • 21:08 #MongKok: 3 persons subdued by plainclothes police on Argyle Street. Pepper spray deployed. Blue flag (warning of unlawful assembly) raised. There was a #TiananmenSquareMassacre vigil in the area earlier tonight. #HongKongProtests
    @Fight4HongKong
  • Undercover #HKPoliceTerrorists attacked #HongKongers after the #TiananmenSquareMassacre vigil What a disgraceful act of violence after such a poignant moment The international community must sanction the #HKPF for #HumanRights abuses and #PoliceBrutality
    @PhilosophyNook
  • 1) What was not possible in #HongKong today: To honoring the citizens of Beijing, who was killed in the #TiananmenSquareMassacre in 1989, was possible in Copenhagen. We had a very special and emotional moment together on the main square in front of the Danish Parliament. #dkpol
    @uffeelbaek