“JAPAN Forward” reported about us.
China’s National Day, October 1, was not a cause for celebration among the Uyghurs, Mongolians and Tibetans who gathered in Tokyo to protest the Communist government’s suppression of human rights in their respective homelands.
Representatives for members of ethnic minorities from China who now live in Japan met Japanese lawmakers at the National Diet Building in Tokyo, where they described Beijing’s “assimilation” policies and other measures, which they allege are tantamount to cultural genocide. They also pleaded with Diet members to speak out against China’s blatant disregard for basic human rights. ・・・
The event accomplished its purpose of educating the lawmakers, according to organizers. Hidetoshi Ishii, executive director of the Japan executive committee for Resist China, and vice president of the Japan-based Free Indo-Pacific Alliance explained:
Almost all of the 10 National Diet members from both ruling and opposition parties that participated in this event stayed until the end. It shows that Japanese politicians are paying attention, which was very epochal. The members of the executive committee are willing to continue activities like this. ・・・
Uyghurs, Tibetans in Japan Decry Beijing’s Oppression of Human Rights in their Homelands at Diet Meeting
JAPAN Forward 7th October, 2020
7th October, 2020