Supporting Joy Luk 支援陸耀輝律師

經過月餘在醫院的治療,Joy Luk 陸耀輝律師已於6月16日出院。由於預期未來1年的康復過程所費不斐,陸律師已在其個人Facebook專頁發出捐助呼籲,且已有不同的團体和個人與她聯络及展開了籌款。本會作為首個協助及接待陸律師抵加尋求政治庇護的團體,將作如下配合。

With the dedication of medical staff, Joy Luk was discharged from the hospital on June 16. As the recovery process in the coming year is expected to be a heavy spending, Joy has made her plead for donations on social media. Various groups and individuals have responded with their own fundraising campaigns. TADC is the organization providing initial effort to assist Joy seeking political asylum and settling in Canada. We continue to assist her as described below.


Remembering Liu Xiaobo 紀念劉曉波 關注政治犯

Wednesday July 13 marked the fifth anniversary of the passing of Liu Xiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Representatives from Amnesty International Canada, Alliance Canada Hong Kong (ACHK) and the Toronto Associations for Democracy in China (TADC) laid a wreath at the Liu Xiaobo Empty Chair Memorial installed at the front lawn of Amnesty’s Ottawa headquarters.

7月13日量期三是劉曉波逝世5周年紀念日。《多倫多支持中國民運會》前會長關卓中專程前往渥太華,與《加拿大國際特赦》及 Alliance Canada Hong Kong 的代表於《劉曉波空座椅紀念碑》前獻花,悼念這位至死為推動中國民主而奮鬥的諾貝爾和平獎得主。


Candlelight Vigil of 33rd June 4 Connected Two Generations
「六四」33 周年燭光會聯合兩代人

TADC would like to announce that Candlelight vigil for the 33rd anniversary of June 4 was attended by more than 2000 people, a record not seen in the past 20 years. Cheuk Kwan, TADC past chair for more than 20 years, said, “we finally succeeded in uniting the two generations this year together, to remember Tiananmen Massacre in 1989 and to keep on fighting for Hong Kong since the pro-democracy movement in 2019.”




Sunday May 29, 2022 | 5月29日星期日

3:00 pm 



Online Events with Joy Luk

Joy Luk, the first and only blind solicitor in Hong Kong, arrived safely in Canada last December. Since then, she has well adjusted to the pace of Toronto, enjoying the first winter of snow. The bravery of Joy’s participation during the 2019 pro-democracy movement has been covered in an extensive interview with the Toronto Star at the end of January. 

As a visiting scholar now with the School of Disability Studies, X (Ryerson) University, Joy has been busy doing guest lectures and engaging in rich conversations with students. Congratulations is also due to Joy on her latest appointment as an “Activist in Residence” with the Centre for Feminist Research, York University.


Joint Letter to Minister Fraser RE Visa for Hong Kong Activists

Dear Minister Fraser,

On behalf of the Toronto Association for Democracy in China (TADC), the Vancouver Society in Support of Democratic Movement (VSSDM) and the Movement for Democracy in China (Calgary), we are writing to express our deep concern over the challenges Hong Kong pro-democracy activists are experiencing with IRCC Hong Kong in their application for eTA and/or any other types of visa to come to Canada.


Hong Kong’s First Visually Impaired Lawyer Seeks Refuge in Canada

Toronto Association for Democracy in China (TADC) announced today that Joy Luk, one of the key figures during the 2019 Hong Kong protests, has arrived safely in Canada.
《多倫多支持中國民運會》向大家發佈一個消息,於 2019 年義無反顧地支持香港反送中運動的陸耀輝小姐 (Joy Luk) 已經安全抵達加拿大。