After the lawns and football fields of Victoria Park were ransacked by tear gas at the end of last year, nothing could go back. Over the past 30 years, whether before 1997 or after 1997, Hong Kong people entered the venue in droves on the evening of June 4. No matter how many people there are, at least we know that we have a kind of freedom, that is, we can come to the venue, light a white wax moth, and sing a song. "Freedom Flower". No matter how heavy the rain or the unbearable heat,
no matter how dull the mourning process on the stage, how old-fashioned the host's words, and even the "ceremony" all night, all of these, today's Hong Kong talents found that we can't take it for granted. This year, for the first time, the government refused to approve the June 4th Candlelight Gala in Victoria Park, citing the "restriction of gatherings" due to the epidemic. Wedding Photo Editing Rituals are important, but not so important. Last year, I visited the screenwriter Zhuang Meiyan. She spent a lot of time collecting information and wrote a drama "May 35th" in response to the June 4th. She told me that she did not go to the Victoria Garden assembly every time. But it doesn't mean that she doesn't value this history,
she hopes to use her own method to remember and refuse to forget. When she was a child, the teacher told Zhuang Meiyan about the massacre with red eyes, and it has been imprinted in Xiaozhuang Meiyan's heart. After decades, when she became a mother and the seeds sprouted, she wrote this set of old parents nostalgic for losing their children. drama. Despite the gathering restrictions this year, "May 35th" has been successfully crowdfunded. The new performance team will be broadcast to the world for free on the eve of June 4th (at 9:30 p.m. on June 3rd), and will be broadcast on 24-hour content for free. Everyone revisited. For details, see the announcement of the "June 4th Stage" Facebook. You can watch it tonight on Facebook and YouTube.