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Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Are Preparing To Stage A Huge Candle Light Vigil In The City's Victoria Park To Mark The 25th Anniversary Of Beijing's Deadly Crackdown On Student Protesters In Tiananmen Square. Many Residents Of The Autonomous Chinese Territory Have Been Attending The Annual June 4th Vigil For Years, But The Turnout For Wednesday Event Is Expected To be Among The Biggest To Date. Hong Kong Authorities And Most Citizens Support The Right Of The Actvists To Commemorate The Crackdown, Something That Is Forbidden On The Other Side Of The City's Border With Mainland China. But, Hong Kong's Two Main Political Camps Have Differing Views On The Significance Of The Anniversary. James Tien Is The Leader Of The Pro-Establishment Liberal Party And One Of 47 Pro-Beijing Lawmakers In The Territory's 70-Seat Legislative Council, Or Legco. He Expressed His Feeling About The Anniversary In A Phone Conversation With Daybreak Asia's Michael Lipin ... (Act Tien / Tiananmen) ... Hong Kong Lawmaker James Tien, Leader Of The Pro-Establishment Liberal Party .... Emily Lau Is One Of 27 Lawmakers Of Legco's Pro- Democracy Camp And Leader Of The Democratic Party. In A Separate Phone Conversation With Michael Lipin, She Gave Her Take On Hong Kong's Mood As The Anniversary Approaches .. (Act / Lau / Tiannamen) ... Emily Lau, A Lawmaker And Leader Of The Hong Kong Democratic Party, Speaking With Michael Lipin.