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The Taiwanese Human Rights Association of Canada (加拿大台灣人權協會) was organized in 1991 to expand and continue the work of the 1989 Yih-Sheh Leo Support Committee. THRAC works for human rights in Taiwan, China, and Canada.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Notice of THRAC Annual Meeting - Saturday June 4

Taiwanese Human Rights Association of Canada  加拿大台灣人權協會   will hold our 2016 Annual Meeting  on Saturday  June 4 at Taiwanese United Church, 53 Cummer Ave, North York. 

  All members my present business for  consideration, nominate members for election to the  board, or stand for election.  Membership can be renewed at the meeting. Members who cannot attend  may  nominate a proxy to vote for them. The proxy must be a member in good standing of THRAC

The 2016 THRAC Annual Meeting
加拿大台灣人權協會 2016會員大會

will be held on

Saturday, June 4
2:30 - 5:00 PM
六月4拜六)

下午2:30 - 5 

at the Taiwanese United Church in Toronto
多倫多台灣聯合教會
53 Cummer Avenue
Toronto, ON  M2M 2E5

*This year there is no dinner, no tickets to reserve*
今年只共享茶點不必買餐票

Check the website for more updates, or email us at thracanada@gmail.com

Thursday, April 28, 2016

THRAC organizes meeting for Joshua Wong with human rights groups

On Friday, April 22, Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong 黃之鋒 met privately with some 30 human rights, church, student, union and legal organization leaders to discuss how groups in Canada can support the democracy movement in Hong Kong. The meeting was organized by THRAC. THRAC  members Edward Chung, Hsu Ching-fang, Albert Lin and Michael Stainton were present. Chinese and Tibetan and Hong Kong rights activists also attended this discussion. This is the first time such a diverse group has been brought together to discuss Hong Kong issues, and meet one another.  

Among other things, Wong said all we have a common problem, and, for China, Hong Kong is first then Taiwan is next. He talked about how he learned from the sunflower activists in Taiwan and people in the New Power Party. This may be his inspiration for organizing a new political party in Hong Kong - Demosisto 香港眾志. His party will promote Hong Kong self determination through a referendum on Hong Kong's future post 2047  with three choices - continue one country two systems, be part of one China, or independence.   Unlike other parties who reject street protests, or support violent resistance, he said Demosisto  will as necessary use non-violent confrontation tactics.