Gathering in Liberty Square (CKS MRT Station) for Tiananmen Square Memorial 6/4/2012 @ 7:00 pm

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Gathering in Liberty Square (CKS MRT Station) for Tiananmen Square Memorial 6/4/2012 @ 7:00 pm

Postby hinamoo » 03 Jun 2012, 22:33

We will be coinciding our next general meeting with a take-action event on the anniversary of Tiananmen Square by the New School for Democracy. Location is Liberty Square at the CKS Memorial Hall M.R.T station.

FB Event here https://www.facebook.com/events/415575395143322/

BRING RAIN GEAR !!
For those who want to join in the event, it starts at 19:00 and is a full lineup until 22:00.

1. Press Conference
2. June 4th Special Event
3. Video - "Taiwanese Youth's Look at 6/4" & "What is 6/4?"

4. Music Performance:

AoBo, Chang Jui Chuan & Sandra
Chan Man Koon
Lee Guitars
Olangimgaksia
Zhanghua University Music Group

Guest Speakers
王丹(影像)Wang Dan
吾爾開希 Wu Er Kai Xi
謝三泰 Hsieh San-tai
阮銘 Ruan Ming
楊憲宏 Yang Yi Kuo
林保華 Paul Lin

Candlelight Vigil
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