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Video:Chairman Jun Wang Attended the Senior Representatives Meeting Held by the United Nations Human Rights Council
Date: 3/26/2012 8:18:43 AM Sender: CDP

         Video:Chairman Jun Wang Attended the Senior Representatives Meeting Held by the United Nations Human Rights Council

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Picture1: 10:00am—12:00pm, March 9, 2012, more than 20 senior representatives from some countries of southeast Asia, and some senior officials of the United Nations Human Rights Council, attended a meeting about human rights in Asian regions, at the United Nations Headquarters.

From 10:00am to 12:00pm of March 9, 2012, more than 20 senior representatives from some countries of Southeast Asia, and some senior officials of the United Nations Human Rights Council, attended a meeting about human rights in Asian regions, at the United Nations Headquarters. The conventioneers exchanged views and discuss certain problems regarding the gradually deteriorating situation of human rights, democracy, ruled by law, freedom of press and speech, and freedom of religious belief in Vietnam, China, Myanmar, and some other Asian countries. As a senior representative of the human rights problem in China, the chairman of China Democracy Party as well as the proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Jun Wang attended that important conference. After the Asia Human Rights Council ended, Chairman Jun Wang and some members of China Democracy Party came to the United Nations’ square to express support for the Tibetan compatriots’ protest.

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Picture 2: As a senior representative of the human rights problem in China, the chairman of China Democracy Party as well as the proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Jun Wang attended that important conference.

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Picture 3: The conventioneers exchanged views and discuss certain problems regarding the gradually deteriorating situation of human rights, democracy, ruled by law, freedom of press and speech, and freedom of religious belief in Vietnam, China, Myanmar, and some other Asian countries.

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Picture 4: The conventioneers exchanged views and discuss certain problems regarding the gradually deteriorating situation of human rights, democracy, ruled by law, freedom of press and speech, and freedom of religious belief in Vietnam, China, Myanmar, and some other Asian countries.

On March 3, 2012, a Tibetan woman came from Maqu County, Gansu Province, burned herself to death. On March 4, another woman named Renzhen burned herself to death in front of the police post located before the Geerdeng Mosque in Abei County, Sichuan Province. While burning herself, Rezhen was loudly shouting slogans of “let the Dalai Lama return to Tibet” and “Tibet wants freedom”. Renzhen was a mother having three children, and her husband passed away one year ago. Many Tibetans residing abroad, held protests against this affair. A Tibetan named Ren, Boqi and two other Tibetans who living in New York City, America, went on a hunger strike in front of United Nations Headquarters, to protest against China Communist Party persecutes Tibetan monks and tramples Tibetans’ human rights.

During the protest rally, the chairman of China Democracy Party as well as the proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Jun Wang said, “There are 26 Tibetans have been burned themselves since the first sell-immolation accident happened in February 2009. What the Tibetans did is not simply suicidal behavior, but is a sacrifice spirit for the pursuit of human rights and freedom. We appeal to the Tibetans for cherishing their lives, and pay tribute to the 26 sacrificed Tibetans. Their deeds have been gone down to history, and will become great recollection of the Tibetan nationality. China Democracy Party and I are filled with deep esteem for Dalai Lama, and the centrism idea pursued by the Tibetan government-in-exile, we respect the idea of ‘striving for the realization of high degree of autonomy instead of Tibet’s independence, protecting Tibet’s unique religion and ethnic culture’.

In order to express sincere gratitude to the Chairman Jun Wang and the members of China Democracy Party for their support, the Tibetan protesters presented everyone with “Hada (Tibetan ceremonial scarf which is a piece of silk, usually white in color, used as a greeting gift among the Zang and Mongol nationalities)”.

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Picture 5: After the Asia human rights council finished, the chairman of China Democracy Party as well as the proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Jun Wang, and some members of China Democracy Party came to the United Nations Headquarters’ square to support Tibetan compatriots’ protest.

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Picture 6: During the protest rally, the Chairman Jun Wang said, “There are 26 Tibetans have been burned themselves since the first sell-immolation accident happened in February 2009. What the Tibetans did is not simply suicidal behavior, but is a sacrifice spirit for the pursuit of human rights and freedom”.

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Picture 7: In order to express sincere gratitude to the Chairman Jun Wang and the members of China Democracy Party for their support, the Tibetan protesters presented everyone with “Hada (Tibetan ceremonial scarf which is a piece of silk, usually white in color, used as a greeting gift among the Zang and Mongol nationalities)”.

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Picture 8: Chairman Jun Wang and the protest’s Tibetan representative.

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Picture 9: The CCP members with “Hada” around necks were at the protest.

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Picture 10: Chairman Jun Wang shook hands with the Protest’s Tibetan representative.

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Picture 11: China Democracy Party protested against China Communist Party persecutes Tibetan monks and tramples Tibetans’ human rights. Besides that, they also inveighed against China Communist Party persecutes the members of China Communist Party and dissidents.

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Picture 9: China Democracy Party respects Dalai Lama, and the centrism idea pursued by the Tibetan government-in-exile, respect the idea of “striving for the realization of high degree of autonomy instead of Tibet’s independence, protecting Tibet’s unique religion and ethnic culture”.

China Democracy Party
<China Democracy Journal>
March 26,2012


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