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Friday, June 28, 2019, 09:30 - 10:30

 

Andy Chan Ho-tin, Former Convenor of the Hong Kong National Party
Wang Dai, Vice President of the Federation for a Democratic China
Temtselt Shobshuud, President of Southern Mongolia Congress

 

Language: The speech and Q & A will be in English and Chinese with English interpretation)

 

When Xi Jinping meets with other world leaders at the annual Groupof20 summit in Osaka over June 2829, the Chinese communist leader may find himself within earshot of protests against alleged human rights violations at home.

Calling themselves "Justice 20," exiled Chinese pro-democracy and minority leaders as well as their Asia-Pacific supporters plan to rally in the western Japan city during the G20 summit to demand that the Xi regime respects "peace, democracy and the right of peoples to self-determination." They will be led by Rebiya Kadeer, a prominent political activist for the Uyghur ethnic minority, who lives in the United States and heads the Free Indo-Pacific Alliance, a group representing exiled minorities.

Ahead of the rallies, key Justice 20 members Wang Dai and Temtselt Shobshuud will speak at the Club along with Andy Chan Ho-tin, a Hong Kong pro-independence activist who served as the convenor of the Hong Kong National Party from 2016, when the group was founded to advocate Hong Kong's secession from mainland China until 2018 when it was outlawed.

Japan-based Wang is one of the vice presidents of the Federation for a Democratic China, a global network of Chinese prodemocracy activists in exile, which was founded in Paris in 1989. Temtselt, an Inner Mongolia native, campaigns for independence of the Chinese autonomous region also known as Southern Mongolia. In the early 1990s, he defected to what was then called the Mongolian People's Republic and was accepted as a political refugee by Germany. He helped launch the expatriate South Mongolia Congress in 2016.

 

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 Temtselt Shobshuud      Wang Dai           Andy Chan Ho-tin

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