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Mr. Wang, Jun attended the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day held in the United States Senate Office Building
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Picture1: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.

[Center]Mr. Wang, Jun attended the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day held in the United States Senate Office Building[/Center]

On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.
            
The chairman of China Democracy Party and Proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Wang, Jun responded to the invitation, leading some of the China Democracy Party members attend this meeting. He also delivered a speech there (content and video are posted somewhere else). All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.
            
            On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.        The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.

Although the relationship between the United States and Vietnam has been normal, and economic trade also has taken a major step; the economy development brings a positive change in Vietnamese people’s lives, Vietnam's human rights record is still in a bad state with so many passing years. The human rights issue in Vietnam has been long concerned by the international society. The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.

The Chairman of China Democracy party and proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr.Wang, Jun delivered a speech in the meeting, parsing the contribution made by the Vietnamese human rights activists in promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Meanwhile, he condemned the Chinese Communist authoritarian government’s persecution of China Democracy party members. Mr. Wang, Bingzhang, Mr. Zhu, Yuxu, Mr. Xu, Wanping, Mr. Xie, Changfa, Mr. Liu, Xianbinbg, Mr. Xue, Mingkai and still some other members, they are still in prison. Mr. Li, Hong and Mr. Li, Wangyang are persecuted to death by the Chinese Communist Party. Mr. Wang, Jun pointed out that the situation of human rights activists in Vietnam and China is extremely dangerous and hard. All the activists in both countries should work together and face danger together. The human right issue raised by Mr. Wang, Jun generated a strong response from participants, and also aroused the attention and concern from the members of the U.S. Congress. Mr. Wang,Jun’s speech was favored by the representatives there, and the frequent applause lasted for a long time.


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Picture 2: Panoramic views of the United States Capitol located in the U.S. capital Washington, DC


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Picture 3: Part of the China Democracy Party members participating in the 19th anniversary commemoration "Vietnam Human Rights Day” walk into the hall of the U.S. Congress


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Picture 4: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 5: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting. The picture is one corner of meeting.


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Picture 6: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting. The picture is one corner of meeting.


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Picture 7: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 8: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 9: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 10: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 11: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 12: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 13: American Congressman Frank Wolf came to the meeting.


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Picture 14: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 15: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 16: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 17: The U.S. congressman Frank Wolf made a speech


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Picture 18: The U.S. congressman Frank Wolf is one of the important people who push the development of the progress of Asian human rights.


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Picture 19: The chairman of China Democracy Party and proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Wang, Jun made his speech in the meeting


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Picture 20: Mr.Wang, Jun delivered a speech in the meeting, parsing the contribution made by the Vietnamese human rights activists in promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Meanwhile, he condemned the Chinese Communist authoritarian government’s persecution of China Democracy party members.


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Picture 21: Mr. Wang,Jun’s speech was favored by the representatives there, and the frequent applause lasted for a long time.


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Picture 22: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 23: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 24: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 25: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 26: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 27: The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.


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Picture 28: Although the relationship between the United States and Vietnam has been normal, and economic trade also has taken a major step; the economy development brings a positive change in Vietnamese people’s lives, Vietnam's human rights record is still in a bad state with so many passing years.


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Picture 29: the media journalists in the meeting


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Picture 30: The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.


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Picture 31: Although the relationship between the United States and Vietnam has been normal, and economic trade also has taken a major step; the economy development brings a positive change in Vietnamese people’s lives, Vietnam's human rights record is still in a bad state with so many passing years.


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Picture 32: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 33: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 34: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 35: The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.


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Picture 36: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 37: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 38: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 39: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 40: The human rights issue in Vietnam has been long concerned by the international society. The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.


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Picture 41: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 42: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 43: The human rights issue in Vietnam has been long concerned by the international society. The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.


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Picture 44: On May 9th, 2013, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm, the 19th anniversary commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day was held in the United States Senate Office Building; U.S. Congressmen, labor leaders, multinational human rights organizations, non-governmental organizations, Vietnam representatives from all over the United States and some of the Chinese democratic movement organizations participated in the meeting.


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Picture 45: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 46: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 47: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 48: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 49: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 50: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 51: All the representatives in the meeting expressed their opinions of the deteriorating human rights, democracy, rule of law, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and other issues in Vietnam, China, Burma, other Asian countries and other troubled regions.


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Picture 52: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 53: On May 1994, the U.S. Congress passed Resolution SJ 168, designating May 11 as the Vietnam Human Rights Day. On May 25, 1994, the then U.S. President Bill Clinton signed this resolution, making it as Public Law 103-258.


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Picture 54: The human rights issue in Vietnam has been long concerned by the international society. The U.S. Government was concerned about human rights in Vietnam, hoping Vietnam can enjoy a lasting prosperity and Vietnamese people can have an affluence life.


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Picture 55: The U.S. Congress sets May 11 as "Vietnam Human Rights Day", showing U.S. government’s support and encouragement of protecting and promoting the improvement of human rights in Vietnam. Today, the U.S. Congress held a human rights forum to commemorate the 19th anniversary of Vietnam Human Rights Day.


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Picture 56: The group picture of chairman of China Democracy Party and proprietor of China Democracy Journal Jun Wang, the former Vietnam president of human rights organization Dr. Quan and members of China Democracy Party


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Picture 57: A group picture of all the China Democracy Party members in the meeting.


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Picture 58: A group picture of all the China Democracy Party members in the meeting and people from Tibet group.


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Picture 59: A group picture of all the China Democracy Party members in the meeting and some respected guests.


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Picture 60: The chairman of China Democracy Party and Proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Wang, Jun responded to the invitation, leading some of the China Democracy Party members attend this meeting. This is a picture taken inside the senate building.


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Picture 61: The chairman of China Democracy Party and Proprietor of China Democracy Journal Mr. Wang, Jun responded to the invitation, leading some of the China Democracy Party members attend this meeting.


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05/10/2013


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