Monday, July 6, 2015   

Shouting match in Tsim Sha Tsui vigils
(06-04 20:30)

Several organizations are holding vigils in Tsim Sha Tsui to commemorate those killed in the June 4 massacre. About 1,000 people are crowding from Hong Kong Cultural Center Piazza to the clock tower of Star Ferry Pier.
Members of Civic Passion and other groups are having shouting match, where police are present to separate them and take control of order.   
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