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平反六四 – 多倫多 “六四”24週年紀念

多倫多“六四”24週年紀念活動通知:
2013年6月2日 ** RAIN or SHINE * 風雨不改 **
7 pm: 在中國總領事館前遊行集會(240 St. George Street)
8 pm: U of T 多倫多大學校園六四紀念碑前燭光晚會(Hart House)。
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Add a comment June 2, 2013

想推”國教”?

想推”國教”?

Well… how about taking care of all these first:

  • 真平反六四,
  • 真通捉並嚴懲: 豆腐渣工程 & “自殺&包庇自殺”李旺陽的人,
  • 廢一孩政策,
  • 除一黨覇權,
  • 肅官僚貪污,
  • 尊重新聞&言論&集會&人身自由,
  • 真維護人權,
  • 真愛公民,
  • 不做洗腦動作,
  • 不將公民做棋子,

然後先講啦…

否則,

  • 有人維權, 說真話, 黨(“這國”)說他們擾亂社會秩序, 又要軟禁, 又要拉, 又要睡棺材倉,
  • 有BB還沒有出生要死, 有谷姓女子謀殺又可以不用死 (not that I favour life-sentence),

請問叫人如何去愛”這國”?

想洗人腦,教人閉上眼睛去信去愛”這國”?   No way.

Add a comment September 24, 2012

李旺陽 “被自殺” 事件新聞稿 – 多倫多集會

Toronto Rally on Li Wangyang’s Death

Canada-Hong Kong Link, Federation for a Democratic China (Canada), Toronto Association for Democracy in China, and China Rights Network will stage a rally in front of the Chinese Consulate at 240 St. George Street in Toronto at 12 noon this Saturday, June 16 (2012) to protest the sudden death of 62-year old Chinese dissident Mr. Li Wangyang at a Hunan hospital on June 6, just two days after the 23rd anniversary of the June 4 Massacre in Beijing.

Mr. Li Wangyang had been in jail for 22 years for active participation in the 1989 pro-democracy movement in Beijing and for organizing the Hunan Independent Workers’ Alliance. As a result of continuous severe torture in jail, he became blind, deaf and unable to walk.

The Hunan security department announced that Li had committed suicide, although there were numerous pieces of evidence against this official claim. Family members who asked for investigation into the real cause of his death disappeared soon after they made the request. Many other dissidents such as Hu Jia who commented on this case were interrogated by the security department or put under house arrest. A severe crackdown appears to be underway.

To join forces with the 25,000 people who marched on the street in Hong Kong last weekend to protest Li’s death, the Toronto-based community organizations will make a joint statement on Li’s death at the Saturday rally. They will also pay tribute to Mr. Li Wangyang in front of the Chinese Consulate. All are welcome to join the action.

六日十四日 – 就李旺阳”被自殺”事件新聞稿

港加联、民主中国阵线加拿大分部、多伦多支持中国民运会和中国人权网络将于本周六 (6月16日)中午12:00在中领馆前举行集会,抗议62岁的中国异见人士李旺阳被自杀。

李旺阳因积极参与八九民运和组织工自联而先后入狱22年。常年酷刑和虐待导致他失明、失聪、和失去独立行走能力。

6月6日距“六四”23周年纪念日仅两日,他被湖南当局宣布自杀死亡。各种证据显示他的死因可疑,他的亲属因要求调查死亡真相而被失踪。很多其他异见人士如胡佳等因评论此事件而受到传讯和软禁。迹象显示近期中国会进一步加強打压異見人士。

为响应上周在香港举行的二万五千人的抗议行动,多伦多社区民运组织将在本周六就李旺阳之死发表联合声明。团体並在中国驻多伦多总领馆前举行悼念李旺阳活动,欢迎各界人士参与!

Source: Tina Tse, ONMI TV reporter

Add a comment June 15, 2012

平反六四 – JUNE 3 and 4, 2012

On June 3, 2012 (Sunday), the Toronto Association for Democracy in China will hold its annual vigil to commemorate the Tiananmen Massacre happened on June 4, 1989, 23 years ago.

多倫多紀念「六四」23周年遊行集會及燭光悼念晚會

** RAIN or SHINE * 風雨不改 **

六月三日 (星期日) Sunday June 3, 2012

5 pm
中國政局研討會 China Forum
South Dining Room, Hart House, University of Toronto

7 pm
遊行集會 Rally and March
中國領事館 Chinese Consulate, 240 St. George Street

(between Bloor and Bernard (3 blocks north of Bloor) ** St. George Street is between Avenue Road and Spadina Road; don’t confuse it with “George Street” which is also downtown)

8 pm
燭光悼念晚會 Candlelight Vigil
多倫多大學六四紀念碑前 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto

六月四日 (星期一) Monday June 4, 2012

2 pm
民主女神像 (Goddess of Democracy) 揭幕
紀念方勵之 約克大學學生中心 (Commemoration of Professor Fang Lizhi – Student Centre @ York University)
* Wang Dan 王丹, student of Professor Fang, is expected to join this event *

平反六四 . 毋忘89.06.04

1 comment May 31, 2012

平反六四 – JUNE 4, 2010

On June 4, 2010 (Friday), the Toronto Association for Democracy in China will hold its annual vigil to commemorate the Tiananmen Massacre happened on June 4, 1989, 21 years ago.

多倫多紀念「六四」21周年遊行集會及燭光悼念晚會

** RAIN or SHINE * 風雨不改 **

6:30 pm – Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Toronto 中國駐多倫多總領館 240 St. George Street (between Bloor and Bernard (3 blocks north of Bloor) ** St. George Street is between Avenue Road and Spadina Road; don’t confuse it with “George Street” which is also down town)

遊行 Walk to Hart House of the University of Toronto

7:30 pm – Candle-light vigil before the Tiananmen Memorial, Hart House Circle 多倫多大學校園Hart House Circle的六四紀念碑

If you can read Chinese, kindly refer to this Sing Tao article for details.

平反六四 . 毋忘89.06.04

2 comments June 3, 2010

TIANANMEN+20 – JUNE 4

The Toronto Association for Democracy in China has organized a series of activities for the Torontorians to participate starting May 31, 2009 in commemorating the most courageous acts of Chinese students 20 years ago in the Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China when the peaceful and patriotic month-long demonstration ended as a massive, merciless blood bath on June 4th, 1989.

Many parents lost their single, only child of the family – mostly students. Some children (now adults) lost their parents as well.

The goal of these commemorating acts is to get this tabooed event redressed – these students and citizens were not rioting mobs; they were not scheming a coup; they simply wanted a better-run country. The decision of ordering tanks and soldiers to crush and fire at the weaponless crowd was the biggest mistake that generation of the government has made, and any prisoners should be released and no one should be refused for re-entering their mother country just because they expressed that they wanted a better-run country. The families of the dead should be relieved from pain and grievances – only if the government can admit that their officers had made a terrible mistake 20 years ago.

Money cannot be used to exchange silence on this matter. If the past mistake is not admitted, how do one expect that the mistake won’t happen again?

There are so many (too many!) people still think that this massacre (government against its own citizens) did not happen. There are so many still accuse the dead that they deserved what they have done. If the government has done something so wise and so right, why is this still a taboo? Why arm Tiananmen around June 4th – if it has done something so brilliant and just? Why?

平反六四 . 毋忘89.06.04

I heard that there will be a vigil held in the Canada parliament to mourn for the June 4th casualties. I look forward to see the news coverage.

Lest not forget, and please don’t stop having/joining these commemorating events (2009)  till the goal is reached, however long it takes.

I won’t name names but I sincerely salute those who put in the heart and mind and soul on keeping this going. 20 years is not a short time. May you see the harvest you sow – a better-run China so all its citizens can have a better living. May you see your dream come true!

Add a comment June 3, 2009

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