Global Rally Against Extradition to China 全球反送中遊行

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Canada, UK, USA, EU, Germany, Australia and many countries have officially expressed their opposition to the bill proposed in Hong Kong on extradition arrangement with China. Some countries went so far as to request Hong Kong government to withdraw the bill. 67 international organizations, TADC as one of them, has issued a joint statement to Ms Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, to express our deep concerns on the bill due to China’s poor records on human rights and on rule of law. The Global Rally Against Extradition to China on Sunday June 9th will be held in 27 cities of 10 countries in addition to Hong Kong (as of this upload), including Calgary, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. For information on the rally in each city, please refer to the listing in this document and Facebook page Global Solidarity with Hong Kong.

加拿大、英國、美國、歐盟、德國、澳洲及多個國家,已經向香港政府發出對逃犯條例草案的反對聲明,有些國家甚至要求港府徹回草案。67個包括本會在內的國際組織向香港特首林鄭月娥女仕發出聯合聲明,因應中國極其低劣的人權法治紀錄而對此草案的極度關注。六月九日星期日的全球反送中遊行將在香港以外十個國家的卄七個城市舉行(至本文上載時),包括加拿大的卡加里、渥太華、多倫多及温哥華。各城市遊行詳情均列在此檔案之中全球集氣反送中臉書專頁。

Joint Statement by 67 organizations (English)
六十七組織聯合聲明 (中文)

Liu Xiaobo Empty Chair 劉曉波銅座

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六四30周年臨近,世界各地都有團體以不同形式舉辦活動。加拿大的多倫多、温哥華及卡加里三大城市卻同時以籌建劉曉波紀念碑為重點項目。

Many organizations around the world are organizing events to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre. Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary of Canada are erecting a Liu Xiaobo memorial in each city as the focus of the commemoration. (more…)

Press Conference 新聞發佈會

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March 27, 2019 | 3月27日

With this year’s June 4th soon upon us, TADC has prepared a series of events to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre in 1989.  As always, our theme continues to be “Never Forget June 4” and “Democracy in China”. Particularly, we also want to expose the invasion and influence of “China Model” into Canada.

六四30周年臨近,多倫多支持中國民運會即將為這個重要的日子推出連串活動。今年的主題除了是毋忘六四、繼續推動中國民主之外,更提出要遏止中國模式入侵加拿大(more…)

Public Forum: Free Expression and National Interests: The case of China

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Thursday April 11, 2019 | 4月11日星期四

Ryerson Centre for Free Expression is holding a public forum on “Free Expression and National Interests: The Case of China”. The discussion panel includes Sanjay Ruparelia, Cheuk Kwan of TADC and Jan Wong, with Lisa Taylor as the moderator. This forum is free and all are welcomed. Please check out the following web page for more details.

懷雅遜大學將於四月十一日星期四舉行公眾論壇,主題圍繞中國政府操控公衆輿論,對加國人民及其自由言論的影響。主講嘉賓有Sanjay Ruparelia、Jan Wong黃明珍、及本會發言人關卓中,由Lisa Taylor擔任主持。公衆論壇費用全免、無需預先登記,以英語舉行,敬請屆時參加。欲知詳情請點擊以上網址查閲。 (more…)

Public Forum: Dissent, Democracy & Student Activism

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Wednesday March 27, 2019 | 3日27日星期三

TADC is pleased to sponsor this Ryerson event organized by Unifor National Chair in Social Justice and Democracy and Jack Layton Chair to mark the 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square June 4, 1989. The free public forum will be held on Wed 3/27 with Wang Dan, Rowena He and Chris Ramsaroop as speakers and Kiké Roach as moderator. Please go to this link for more information on the event.

為紀念天安門六四30周年,由本會贊助、懷雅遜大學主辦的公眾論壇將於三月廿七日星期三舉行,重點討論學生運動與民主抗爭。主講嘉賓除王丹外,還邀請到何曉清博士及Chris Ramsaroop一同出席。公衆論壇費用全免、無需預先登記,敬請屆時參加。欲知詳情請點擊至網頁查閲。

https://www.ryerson.ca/jack-layton-chair/events/2019/03/student-dissent–democracy—activism/

 

Toronto Rally to Support Hong Kong Prisoners of Conscience
多倫多聲援香港政治犯集會

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Saturday August 26, 2017 | 8月26日星期六

主辦組織:

多倫多支持中國民運會
港加聯

時間: 下午1時
地點: 香港經貿處 174 St George St. (St George Subway Station)

請穿黑衣出席,以實際行動支援香港被政治打壓人士 !
不要讓他們孤單,把消息廣傳開去!

Organizers:

TADC
Canada Hong Kong Link

Time: 1 p.m.
Venue: HK Economic & Trade Office 174 St George St. (St George Subway Station)

Please wear black shirts to support the politically prosecuted in HK.

We shall not forget them!
Please help pass this message to your friends.

Dora Nipp’s Speech at the Candlelight Vigil for Liu Xiabo

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On behalf of the Toronto Association for Democracy in China, we join the world in mourning the death of Liu Xiao Bo.

And we join the world in condemning the Chinese government.

For China is shown once again that it is weak and cowardly – so fearful of this soft-spoken man of words and reason that the Chinese regime locked up its nation’s first Nobel Peace Laureate. Despite its swagger, China has a fragile ego. It could not handle the world’s respect; abide by international recognition; or live up to the expectation of transforming itself into a true world leader. For some reason, China insists on remaining backward. (more…)