On the afternoon of June 4 in Victoria Park, Hong Kong, some members of the public knocked over the barriers encircling the football pitch, and the crowd entered the field.
Miss Wong, who brought her 6 and a half year old daughter, was one of them. She told journalists she still wanted to come to commemorate, even though she knew well of the police’s objection to the assembly. “After all, they would only use tear gas at worst.” She stressed that she came only to mourn, not to join an assembly.
She had brought her daughter along in all the pro-democracy protests she attended since June last year.
Source: Stand News