今年6月12日各區有不同形式行動紀念抗爭一周年，警方以限聚令為由，發反對通知書，612周年集會延期至 6 月 19 日。網民號召在全港各區紀念，遍地開花。
下午1:15，逾百人在金鐘太古廣場中庭共三層聚集，高舉「光復香港 時代革命」黑旗及殖民地時代旗幟，並高唱《願榮光歸香港》，展示對抗爭「五大訴求 缺一不可」熱情未減。二樓掛上「民不畏死 奈何以死懼之」直幡，呼籲大家出來抗爭。
June 12 Commemoration Citywide – Flashmob at The Peak Interrupted by Riot Police Without Reason
On June 12 last year, tens of thousands of people took to the streets to protest. The police fired tear gas at citizens who participated in legal rallies outside the Government Headquarters. The protesters were trapped, and almost crushed inside CITIC Building. On its first anniversary, Hong Kong people still cannot forget the atrocity that day.
Today, on June 12, various commemoration events were planned in many districts. The police issued a notice of objection on the grounds of social distancing order. The June 12 anniversary rally was postponed to June 19. Netizens called for commemoration in all districts of Hong Kong.
Some netizens launched “Lunch with You” in various districts today at 1 pm to protest the Hong Kong version of the National Security Laws.
At 1:15 pm, over 100 people gathered on the three-storeys at the atrium of Pacific Place, Admiralty, holding up black flags of “Fre Hong Kong, Revolution of our Time” and the flag of the colonial era, and singing “Glory to Hong Kong”, demonstrating that they are still resolute in “5 Demands, Not One Less”. On the second floor, a banner was hung “Why threaten people if they don’t fear death?”
At 2 p.m., protesters marched on the first floor of Pacific Place holding flags and chanting anti-extradition slogans, undaunted by at least 5 police vans deployed outside the mall.
At 3:30 pm, some citizens marched at The Peak, raising the black flag of “Free Hong Kong, Revolution of our Time” and the flags of the colonial era. At least 15 riot police arrived at the scene, interrupted the rally, and recorded the identity of those present, including the reporters. This reporter asked the police what law they had broken and did not receive a reply. The police released the citizens present, implying that no offence had been committed.