Today marks the 34th anniversary of June Fourth, marking the fourth consecutive year that Victoria Garden has held no candlelit mourning rally, and some groups have held the "Hometown Market Carnival" at the venue. Police were heavily guarded around Causeway Bay and also dispatched the domestically produced armored vehicle "Saber-toothed Tiger" to be on guard, during which a number of citizens were intercepted and taken away.
The Police said in the evening that from noon to 11pm today, the Police found that a total of 11 men and 12 women, aged between 20 and 74, who were suspected of disrupting the peace in public places in Wan Chai District and North Point District on Hong Kong Island, were taken away from the scene and returned to the Police Station for further investigation.

In addition, the Police said that during a patrol near the fountain in Victoria Park at about 9:40 p.m., a woman was found to be suspicious and went forward to intercept her, but the woman refused to cooperate and refused to show her identity documents to officers. After giving her verbal warnings, officers arrested the 53-year-old woman surnamed District on suspicion of obstructing police officers in the performance of their duties. The case was referred to the Second Unit of the Eastern District Criminal Investigation Unit for follow-up.


On the 34th anniversary of June Fourth, the atmosphere in and around Causeway Bay and Victoria Park was tense, and the Police increased their police presence and set up a blockade at Kee Lee George Street. There is a "Hometown Market Carnival" in Victoria Park, where various stalls are open until 9pm, some citizens try to enter Victoria Garden in different ways to commemorate June Fourth alone, some elderly bring their own candle lamps to circle the venue, some citizens hold the June Fourth themed book "The People Will Not Forget", and some exchange students from overseas try to light candles, but they are all intercepted and advised to leave. A man sitting in the Victoria Garden's longhouse turned on his mobile phone torch, and then a large number of police officers surrounded him and took him to a police car.

Some women refused to be investigated after displaying photos of candles on their mobile phone screens, and several police officers carried them to police cars on the grounds of obstructing their offices; Men wearing hearing aids were twice intercepted and taken away, with electronic candles hanging from their backpacks.

Apart from Victoria Park, the Police also stepped up their arming in Causeway Bay after nightfall, and intercepted Chan Po-ying, Chairman of the Social Democratic Company, Tang Jianhua, former Vice Chairman of the Trade Union Union, and Tsui Hanguang, former member of the Standing Committee of the Alliance, respectively outside Sogo Sogo, and took them to police cars.

▼June 2023, 6 Candlelight in front of the windows of the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau and the European Union Office in Hong Kong and Macau▼


June Fourth 34|US Embassy and EU Office Set Electronic Candles A number of European Consul General Victoria Park inspected June Fourth 34|Many citizens were taken away by the police, including former members of the Standing Committee of the Alliance In Victoria Park, mourning June Fourth in different ways34|Former Chairman of the Association of Journalists, Mak Yanting, was taken away by police officers Left the Wan Chai Police Station at night without prosecution June Fourth 34|The police were on guard, and many people were taken away, including Granny Wang, and some citizens found electronic candles in their backpacks