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The US State Department will hold a candlelight party to mourn the June 31st anniversary online On Friday (May 29), the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, East Asia Office of the US State Department, Beau Miller, an official in charge of Chinese affairs, announced by email that the State Department will be on June 3 (US time, June 4) Day) Hold an online candlelight party to mourn the victims of June 4th.

The US State Department will hold a candlelight party to mourn the June 31st anniversary online
On Friday (May 29), the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, East Asia Office of the US State Department, Beau Miller, an official in charge of Chinese affairs, announced by email that the State Department will be on June 3 (US time, June 4) Day) Hold an online candlelight party to mourn the victims of June 4th.


Miller said in the announcement: "June 4, 2020 will be the 31st anniversary of the Communist Party ’s leadership sending tanks into Tiananmen Square to violently suppress peaceful demonstrations for democracy, human rights, and the fight against corruption. This year, the New Crown Virus outbreak threatens The annual vigil on June 4th also threatens other traditional face-to-face events. We welcome activities such as the online memorial service held by the Commemoration of the Victims of Communist Party. "
Miller pointed out that at the same time, the US State Department "also invites you, relatives, friends, colleagues and colleagues to join us in the online candlelight vigil on June 3, US time (June 4, China time) to commemorate Tiananmen demonstrators Courage, and commemorate the encouragement of these warriors for generations who call for democracy and freedom. "

The announcement asks participants to record 15 to 30 seconds of video, take pictures of themselves holding candles (drawings are also acceptable), briefly describe how to be inspired by demonstrators in Tiananmen Square, or struggle for freedom every day; and be tagged with #TiananmenVigil , Upload the content to personal social media, you can retweet the State Council @StateDept and @StateDRL video.

Miller finally pointed out: "We are determined not to let the CCP erase the memory of Tiananmen Square and hope that this online candlelight vigil will inspire human rights advocates around the world."

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