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Hong Kong artist to give out candles after Tiananmen vigil banned

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Hong Kong artist Kacey Wong has collected hundreds of spent candle stubs from vigils held to mark the Tiananmen Square crackdown, and plans to give them to residents on Friday night -- the day when the annual event, which has this year been banned by local authorities, would normally take place.

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