South Korea Peace Advocte Lee honoured in China
The Peace advocate of South Korea, Mr. Man Hee Lee, has been granted the ‘Peace Advocate of World Peace’ award at the Great Hall of the People of Beijing.
Lee who is the representative of Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (“HWPL”) was granted the award by Zhang Meiying, the Vice President of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (“CPPCC”) of China after a recent meeting on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia.
The award for Lee, a Korean War veteran was inspired by his promise to work peace and call on leaders of every country to sign a peace agreement that will bring the cessation of war and world peace..
He also met with other groups during which he echoed his call for peace.
Last January, Mr. Lee brought peace to the war-torn region of Mindanao, Philippines, where religious conflicts between Catholics and Muslims caused over 10,000 casualties.
Before visiting China, the representative of HWPL hosted a Peace Walk with about 12,000 participants at Zamboanga, Philippines and showed the world that world peace is possible.
Lee’s visit to China was part of his 13th Peace World Tour to spread the message of peace. Territorial disputes in Asia and denuclearization on the Korean peninsula were the two topics discussed during the Peace Forum.
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