Tiananmen Square remembrance vigils prohibited
For many years, Hong Kong has been the only place on Chinese soil where large crowds could commemorate the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989. Now, anyone holding a vigil there can be sent to prison for up to five years. Holding a candlelight remembrance is explicitly declared a "threat to public order" — and another facet of Hong Kong's autonomy is being stripped away. The World's Patrick Winn spoke with Hong Kong native Louisa Lim, author of "The People's Republic of Amnesia."