Multiple Consulates in HK and Macau Commemorate June 4th, 1989, Online

According to Taiwan media reports, despite the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s panic and reminders sent by the Hong Kong Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ask the western consulates to remain silent, many consulates in Hong Kong and Macau held online commemorative activities on June 4th, the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre.

To commemorate those students and citizens who participated in peaceful protests in Tiananmen Square and were slaughtered by the CCP, the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau has reportedly replaced its Facebook cover image with the picture of the prominent sculpture “Pillar of Shame,” which has been removed from The University of Hong Kong by the Hong Kong Communist government.

On its Facebook page, the Australian Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau paid tribute to the innocent people massacred by the Chinese Communist Party, saying the Australian government honors its longstanding commitment to universal human rights and defends the rights of all to freedom of expression, association, belief, and political participation.

The Polish Consulate General in Hong Kong posted photos of candles, expressing condolences and respect on its official website.

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