Canadian lawmakers again call on the government to set up the national day of massacre in Nanjing.

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 Canadian lawmakers again call on the government to set up the national day of massacre in Nanjing.


Global military report, according to the news agency of the Xinhua news agency, reported in April 20th that Guan Huizhen, a Canadian Chinese congressman, has recently called on Canadas Canadian government to be the national anniversary of the Nanjing massacre every year in December 13th. In April 19th, Guan Huizhen issued a 5 minute statement in the Canadian Parliament, which once again expounded the historical significance of Canadas establishment of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Day. As early as November 30, 2017, Guan Huizhen had made a statement in the Canadian Congress to state the Japanese armys atrocities in the Nanjing massacre and the forcibly concomfort women during World War II, and proposed that the Canadian government set up a national commemoration day to commemorate the Nanjing massacre. Guan Huizhen said that the call for Canada to set up the Nanjing massacre was a humanitarian move across party politics, the Canadian government confirmed the history of the Nanjing massacre atrocities. Learning from history not only commemorating the victims and survivors, but also ensuring that atrocities will not happen again. In October 2017, the Ontario provincial council of Canada voted to vote on the establishment of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Day, when the motion was proposed by the Chinese Canadian congresswoman Huang Sumei. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ma Chao _NBJ9865 In April 19th, Guan Huizhen issued a 5 minute statement in the Canadian Parliament, which once again expounded the historical significance of Canadas establishment of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Day. As early as November 30, 2017, Guan Huizhen had made a statement in the Canadian Congress to state the Japanese armys atrocities in the Nanjing massacre and the forcibly concomfort women during World War II, and proposed that the Canadian government set up a national commemoration day to commemorate the Nanjing massacre. Guan Huizhen said that the call for Canada to set up the Nanjing massacre was a humanitarian move across party politics, the Canadian government confirmed the history of the Nanjing massacre atrocities. Learning from history not only commemorating the victims and survivors, but also ensuring that atrocities will not happen again. In October 2017, the Ontario provincial council of Canada voted to vote on the establishment of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Day, when the motion was proposed by the Chinese Canadian congresswoman Huang Sumei.