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Picnic Meeting – Pasadena @ Victory Park – Sunday @ 1:00 PM – Featured Speaker: Wen Chen (Activist for Human Rights in China)
November 14, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
- Mission Statement & Goal
- Announcements & Updates
- Featured Speaker: Wen Chen (Activist for Human Rights in China)
- Closing Remarks
- Dinner (tell us after the event if you’re joining us – location TBD)
What to bring:
It is optional and fun to bring a simple picnic item to share. Some ideas are crackers, trail-mix, a veggie plate, a fruit platter, bottles of water, paper plates, plastic forks, and napkins. It is recommended to have available a folding chair, blanket, or large beach towel to sit on in case all available seating is taken at the time of arrival.
Click here to see an aerial map of Victory Park. Look at the large red rectangle at the top left. We will be in that northwest area of the park at NW picnic 1 or NW picnic 3, depending on which location is available when we get there. If both locations are taken, we will be at NW picnic 2 which does not have a roof covering. The closest cross streets are N. Altadena Dr. and E. Mountain St. There is free parking in the small west parking lot (it fills up fast,) in the large south parking lot and across N. Altadena Dr. on the side streets E. Mountain St. and Loma Vista St. Rain doesn’t cancel this event. At the end of the event, let us know if you are joining us for dinner. Once the restaurant has been selected, we will announce it before we leave.
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Featured speaker bio:
- She is an independent speaker focusing on Chinese culture, history, and human rights.
- She was born and raised in China.
- She came to the United States in 1994 for graduate school.
- She is an active member of Amnesty International, focusing on human rights in China.
- She has a blog about her life experience in Communist China.
Featured speaker topics:
- The Chinese authority arresting of millions of citizens for their spiritual beliefs or political views.
- The torturing of these arrested prisoners, forcing of them into slave labor, and killing for their organs.
- The promise of finding donors of organs to Chinese hospitals within weeks, while it normally takes several years in the U.S.
- The collaborating of the Chinese police, government officials, and military to perform state-sanctioned forced organ harvesting.
- The participation of Americans by buying organs and training Chinese doctors.
- The Chinese Communist Party’s infiltration into the U.S.
- The human rights movement in China.
- Innovations that allow people to bypass China’s internet blockade.
- The trend of quitting the Chinese Communist Party.
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