Maria Cheung* had never been to the annual candlelight vigil in Victoria Park to remember the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, believing she could always go to the next one.But on Friday night, she decided it was time to act. After finishing work at 6pm, the fifty-something clerk left her office in Cheung Sha Wan and hopped onto the MTR to head straight to Causeway Bay, clutching a white candle in one hand.“I used to take things for granted, but now I realise it is important to make a stand,”…


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