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SFGTV
May 21, 2016 7:00pm PDT
for interpretation] china and the u.s. enjoy a long-history of flendly exchanges. san francisco is a great city [inaudible] we come here to exchange ideas between us and [inaudible] and you are welcome to visit us. if you come we will receive you with warm hospitalality. thank you. >> thank you very much. now, colleagues- sorry, supervisor yee. >> just want to welcome them. welcome the delegation from bejing. [speaking chinese] >> thank you, supervisor mar? >> i want to thank you mr. chin shew and delegation. if victor lim can translate that helpful. i visited bejing 10 years ago and it was a honor to meet officials that time but to have come you come here from a city of 22 million people brings us honor to the city of san francisco. >> if we can turn on the microphone. thank you. >> [speaking chinese, waiting for interpretation] >> i was going to add as san francisco advances china s frfx and many programs to build relationships and people to people relationships i look forward visits bejing soon to visit the schools is see the great people of bejing. >> [speaking chinese] [applau
SFGTV
May 27, 2016 12:00am PDT
here in the usa, because this country has more human -- than mainland china. i have practiced together with my mom and grand mom since i was born and see their practice as helping me focus on being truthful and being kind to other people and thinking of others before thinking of myself. however, we are not able to talk about falun da la in mainland china because of the current persecution. i'm very happy that the practice is legal in the united states. and i can't even participate in falun parade and marching bands. it would be impossible to do this in china, a country that is under the rule of the communist party. april 27th, 2016, it was my first time to perform in the parade with the marching band. i was full of joy and honor. however, a half hour before the parade was to begin, we were notified that our band was forbidden to join. but we got the permit to perform way beforehand. how could this happen? america is famous for its support of human rights around the world. i wish justice could be done here. seems like a peaceful marching band. >> please speak closer to the micr
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)