Hong Kong Issue

09/04/2015 – Alex Chow and YANG Jianli: Hong Kong: One Year after 8.19. By Alex Chow and YANG Jianli

Posted on Sep 4, 2015

http://minzhuzhongguo.org/ArtShow.aspx?AID=55788

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09/04/2015 – Hong Kong: One Year after 8.19. By Alex Chow and YANG Jianli. China Change

Posted on Sep 4, 2015

http://minzhuzhongguo.org/ArtShow.aspx?AID=55788

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We Stand With You: A Statement of Solidarity with Hong Kong Protesters from a Tibetan, Uyghur, Southern Mongolian and Chinese

Posted on Oct 3, 2014

Peace Hong Kong Initiative For Immediate Release: To contact one of the spokespeople, email solidarityhongkong@gmail.com or call Tenzin Dorjee on +1 (646) 724 0748 or Yang Jianli on +1 (857) 472-9039   We Stand With You: A Statement of Solidarity with Hong Kong Protesters from a Tibetan, Uyghur, Southern Mongolian and Chinese   October 3 2014 As a Tibetan, Uyghur, Southern Mongolian and Chinese – people who have all suffered from the oppressive policies of the Chinese Communist Party – we express our deep admiration for and solidarity with the movement for democracy and rights in Hong Kong....

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09/30/2014 – Head Off a Tiananmen Massacre in Hong Kong. Opinion – Wall Street Journal

Posted on Sep 30, 2014

http://www.wsj.com/articles/head-off-a-tiananmen-massacre-in-hong-kong-1411403467

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09/30/2014 – Chinese Dissidents: Hong Kong and Ukraine Call for ‘Rebirth’ of U.S. Global Leadership. By Washington Free Beacon Staff

Posted on Sep 30, 2014

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/chinese-dissidents-hong-kong-and-ukraine-call-for-rebirth-of-u-s-global-leadership/

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Ninth InterEthnic/InterFaith Leadership Conference Held In Taiwan

Posted on May 6, 2014

Reported by Citizen Reporters: Duan Chao, Cao Jie, Li Zhong and Li Xuemei Organized by Initiatives for China/Citizen Power for China, the Ninth Interethnic / Interfaith Leadership Conference was held in Taiwan from April 24 through April 27. The four-day conference gave training to nearly 100 people in nonviolent resistance, with attendees including Chinese, Mongolians, Tibetans and Uyghurs residing in various region of the world, including Hong Kong, Mainland China, Macau, Taiwan,  Dharamsala of India, Mongolia, Japan, North America, Australia and Europe.  The diverse attendees hold beliefs...

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Opening Remarks Speech at the Ninth InterEthnic/InterFaith Leadership Conference

Posted on Apr 23, 2014

Opening Remarks Speech at the Ninth InterEthnic/InterFaith Leadership Conference – Yang Jianli Our distinguished guests, friends, ladies and gentlemen, Good morning. First I would like to thank everybody for coming to the Ninth InterEthnic/InterFaith Leadership Conference.  Particularly, I would like to thank those who have come a long way from across the world — from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, India, Japan, Mongolia, the Americas, Europe and Australia. In fact, all of us here, including participants from Taiwan, are trekkers on a long and arduous journey. We represent groups of...

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10/08/2009 – Opening Remarks, Fifth Interethnic/Interfaith Conference. By Yang Jianli

Posted on Oct 8, 2009

http://old.initiativesforchina.org/2009/10/08/opening-remarks-fifth-interethnicinterfaith-conference/

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08/13/2008 – Personal Statement by Dr. Yang Jianli Regarding his Refusal of Entry in Hong Kong. Epoch Times

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

http://old.initiativesforchina.org/2008/08/13/personal-statement-by-dr-yang-jianli-regarding-his-refusal-of-entry-in-hong-kong/

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We Must Break the Cycle of Violence – Opening Remark at the Second Interethnic Leadership Conference, Sept. 25, 2001

Posted on Sep 25, 2001

We Must Break the Cycle of Violence Yang Jianli Opening Remark at the Second Interethnic Leadership Conference, Sept. 25, 2001 Ladies and gentlemen, my dear friends: Last October, our Foundation successfully organized the first Interethnic Leadership Conference. That assembly was unprecedented; it was the first time in history that leaders from the mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and ethnic Mongolians, Muslims, Tibetans and Uyghurs, came together without coercion, to stand up together for justice and love without fear and hesitation. Just by gathering together, we had accomplished a...

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