Hong Kong: Jimmy Lai convicted for taking part in Tiananmen vigil
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, along with two other prominent activists, has been found guilty for taking part in a vigil to mark the Tiananmen massacre. Lai, Gwyneth Ho and Chow Hang Tung were convicted for inciting and taking part in an unlawful assembly. They were among thousands who defied a ban and took part in a vigil last June commemorating the 1989 crackdown at Beijing's Tiananmen Square. More than two dozen politicians and activists have been charged over it.