Program of Tonight's Commemoration of the 26th Anniversary of the June 4 Massacre in Front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC
A Service of Commemoration 26th Year of June 4 TianAnMen Massacre May 30, 2015, 7:30-9:30pm In front of the Chinese Embassy in USA At: 3505 International Pl NW, Washington, DC
Program host: Dr. LU Wenhe (IFCSS council member)
Moment of Silence
Opening remarks: HUANG Ciping (IFCSS council chair)
Special remarks: YOU Weijie (leader of the Tiananmen Mothers)
From the international community: Remarks by: WEI Jingsheng, Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition Remarks by: Maranda YEN, Greater Washington Network for Democracy in China Remarks by: Dr. Quan Nguyen, Rallying For Democracy in Vietnam.
Announcement of the 2015 IFCSS "Spirit of Freedom Award"
From the younger generation: Open letter from the new generation of Chinese students: GU Yi Flute performance: “O, divine redeemer”: CHEN Qiao “We Shall Never Forget!” by: YANG Qianyi “In Commemoration of June 4” by: WANG Zhiyi Remarks by: QIN Weiping (Youth Council of China Democracy Party)
Candle Lighting and singing
Free Speech about June 4 (each limited to no more than 5 minutes)
Sponsored by: IFCSS (Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars, USA)
Co-sponsored by: Wei Jingsheng Foundation Greater Washington Network for Democracy in China (GWNDC) Federation of Overseas Hong Kong Chinese, District of Columbia (FOHKC-DC) Youth Council of China Democracy Party The International Committee to support The Non-Violent Movement For Human rights in Vietnam. Rallying For Democracy in Vietnam
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