Lee Siu Hin

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Lee Siu Hin

Template:TOCnestleft Lee Siu Hin is a Los Angeles activist

Background

Born in Hong Kong, China, and a fifth generation Chinese migrant from Japan. Lee is the long-time international activist for over 40-years, he’s the national coordinator of National Immigrant Solidarity Network, Action LA Network, coordinating committee member of UFPJ, and long-time reporter for Pacifica Radio KPFK-Los Angeles, reporting from former Yugoslavia, former Soviet Union, Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq Mexico. Currently, he’s also travel between China and U.S. to organize bi-national activism work as well as medical solidarity project.[1]

Minnesota SDS

Members of the Students for a Democratic Society at the University of Minnesota Public group in 2017 included Lee Siu Hin.

United for Peace and Justice Affiliation

In 2005 Lee Siu Hin, National Immigrant Solidarity Network/Peace NoWar Network was on the Steering Committee of United for Peace and Justice[2].

In July 2007 Lee Siu Hin representing National Immigrant Solidarity Network/Peace NoWar Network was affiliated to United for Peace and Justice.[3]

In Dec 2008 Lee Siu Hin, National Immigration Solidarity Network was voted onto the Steering Committee for United for Peace and Justice[4]

Latinos for Peace

On October 31 2009, Latinos For Peace issued a statement calling for “no escalation of the war in Afghanistan and for expedited withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan as well as an end to the coup government in Honduras”.

More than 100 activists endorsed the call, including Lee Siu Hin, Los Angeles, CA.[5]

Occupy Los Angeles

Occupy Los Angeles, September 23, 2011 ·

With Erika Lara, Susy Carolyn Coto, Orlando Terrazas, Lee Siu Hin, Miguel Paredes, Linda Ortiz, Crystal Soyla, Robert Cymbala, Dede Miller, Chris Elliott, Eric Gordon, Erika Sanchez, and Ray Sanchez, Eddie Luchembe, Daniel Colon, Jarochelo Cesar Castro, Dakota Palmer, Siyatu Sabes, Dulce Garcia, Geovany Duenas, Roger Luedecke, Shakeh Asfaw, Tomas Marchante Calles Montanez, Humberto Villa, Juaquin Cambron, Michelle Henrickson, Gilbert Cedillo, Holly Overin, Harland Huftel, Norma Barragan, Josh Morris, Ana Navarrete and Andre Gilbert.

Occupy UFPJ

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2012 Lee Siu Hin with Lisa Fithian.

Friends

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Karen Pennington January 3, 2013 ·

Hello, Karen got two free flight tickets, you can get also by visiting right now the link below — with John Nechman, Norman Solomon, Brock Abdo, Samir Abed-Rabbo, Terrina Aguilar, Marc Parent, Dahr Jamail, Natalie Macintyre, Josef Avesar, Norman Finkelstein, Lee Siu Hin, Robert Jensen, Kamal Khalil, Nancy Lloyd, Jamal K. Kanj, Kevin G. Saunders, Juan Cole, Ibrahim Hooper, Sami B. Mashney and Jim Hightower.

In China 2014

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China: where is it headed?

China: where is it headed? Towards socialism or capitalism? was a public internet event hosted by Janet Jenkins Tucker. It was held Monday, August 28 at 9 PM - 10:30 PM.

It was created for Committees of Correspondence for Democracy & Socialism.

China: where is it headed? towards socialism or capitalism? resisting imperialism? Reportback from an activist delegation
What is the political orientation of China's amazing development program? This was one topic debated during the July 2017 people-to-people activist delegation sponsored by the National Immigrant Solidarity Network, affiliated with the Alliance for Global Justice. The group engaged in an unusual range of political discussions with the Chinese: a Maoist discussion group, a successful capitalist entrepreneur and advocates of the official policy of "socialism with Chinese characteristics."
The delegation also visited two rural cooperatives and a self-organized migrant workers village. On July 7, the program included the museum commemorating the war of resistance to Japanese imperialism on the 80th anniversary of the full-scale Japanese invasion. Another visit was to a new museum devoted to learning about the 200,000 Chinese "comfort women" or sex slaves during World War II.
Presentations will be given by delegation members Duncan McFarland, CCDS national coordinating committee and, Lee Siu Hin member of United for Peace and Justice steering committee. Full discussion will follow.
Lee Siu Hin, organizer of the delegation, is the founder of the China-US Activist Solidarity Project, a new program of people-to-people solidarity and exchange between the US and China. He works and travels between the two countries.

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