Kaohsiung people "ride for Tibetan freedom" on the 65th anniversary of Tibetan Anti-Uprising Day Kaohsiung people "ride for Tibetan freedom" on the 65th anniversary of Tibetan Anti-Uprising Day

Kaohsiung people "ride for Tibetan freedom" on the 65th anniversary of Tibetan Anti-Uprising Day

Kaohsiung people "ride for Tibetan freedom" on the 65th anniversary of Tibetan Anti-Uprising Day

March 10 this year marks the 65th anniversary of the Tibetan Protest Day . On the 2nd, the Tibet-Taiwan Human Rights Connection and the Taiwan Association for the Promotion of Human Rights held the "Ride for Tibetan Freedom" event in Kaohsiung. On the same day, people set off from the Kaohsiung MRT Cultural Center Station. About 30 people responded to join the ride. Participants tied the Snow Mountain Lion flag to their bodies. Before setting off, everyone shouted Free Tibet, free Hongkong, keep Taiwan free.

The Central News Agency report quoted Yang Ziting, director of the Southern Office of the Taiwan Association for the Promotion of Human Rights, as saying that "Cycling for a Free Tibet" (Cycling for a Free Tibet ) was launched by Tibetan Tashi Tsering in 2011. Cycle not only represents bicycles, but also represents cycling. Not finished, the meaning of continuing.

Yang Ziting said that the solidarity actions of civil society organizations in Kaohsiung have also continued, which not only led to the addition of the words "Tibet Street" and the Tibet snow mountain lion flag to the Tibet street name in Gushan District in 2009, but also in 2015 The parade was held in 2016 in the hope of arousing more people's understanding of the suffering suffered by the Tibetan people.

The Central News Agency report also quoted Tashi Ciren, secretary-general of the Tibet Taiwan Human Rights Link, as saying that the Chinese Communist regime’s persecution of Tibetans has never stopped. In recent days, ancient Tibetan temples have been continuously demolished. Tibetans continue to work hard and hope that the outside world will continue to pay attention.

People participating in the event said that the examples of Tibet and Hong Kong show that the CCP’s totalitarian persecution continues, and Taiwan should take a warning. A high school student said that he found that his friends took Taiwan's democracy and freedom for granted, and even felt that this should be the case. He hoped that by participating in the event, more people would know about the difficulties in Tibet and defend the hard-won democracy and freedom.

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