Ryerson University Social Justice Week (Oct 26 – 30, 2020)
2:00 pm Chinese Consulate 中國領事館
During the pandemic situation, all participants must wear masks, practice physical distancing and follow instructions from the host.
Canada-Hong Kong Link 港加聯
Change China 2020 改變中國2020行動
Democratic Party of China 中國民主黨
East Turkistan Association of Canada
Federation for a Democratic China
Regional Tibetan Youth Congress, Toronto
Students for a Free Tibet of Canada
Taiwan Human Rights Association of Canada
Tibetan Women’s Association of Ontario
Toronto Association for Democracy in China 多倫多支持中國民運會
Torontonian Hong Kongers Action Group
Under the blue sunny sky, 100 people attended the unveiling ceremony of Liu Xiaobo Empty Chair Memorial. The memorial is located outside the Ottawa headquarter of Amnesty International Canada. Speaking at the unveiling ceremony were Alex Neve, Secretary General of Amnesty International Canada, Richard Stursberg, Chair of PEN Canada and Winnie Ng, Chair of Toronto Association of Democracy in China. These three organizations announced the project to erect the memorial in May 2018 and made it a reality on August 13, 2019.
大約有100人在晴朗的藍天下出席劉曉波空座椅紀念碑揭幕禮，紀念碑位於加拿大國際特赦渥太華總部前園。加拿大國際特赦組織秘書長Alex Neve、加拿大筆會會長Richard Stursberg和多倫多支持中國民運會會長吳溫温在揭幕禮上表示，這三個組織於2018年5月宣布建立紀念碑，於今天8月13日成為現實。
Toronto Association for Democracy in China is pleased to announce that Liu Xiaobo Empty Chair Memorial is near its completion. The Unveiling Ceremony of the Memorial is scheduled as followed
|Tuesday August 13, 2019||2019年8月13日星期二|
|2:00 pm Unveiling
3:00 pm Reception
|312 Laurier Avenue East, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 1H9|
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.