HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee
30th World Peace Tour
|Mr. Man Hee Lee HWPL Chairman, |
30th World Peace Tour: Peace Message "DPCW"
Mr. Man Hee Lee, HWPL Chairman has gone around the world 30th peace tours
and Declaration of Peace and Cessation of Wars and World Peace.
I think Mr. Man Hee Lee is imbued very passionate
and has a clear sense of purpose.
How old might he be?
Well, don't look so surprised.
He is now 89 years old.
Have you ever seen such a man before devoted to world peace despite in his age?
Let's go to Sydney, in Australia along his step
toward 30th world peace tour,
[2019 Pacific Leaders' Summit for Peace]
|Mr. Man Hee Lee (middle), "2019 Pacific Leaders' Summit for Peace in Australia"|
2019 Pacific Leaders' Summit for Peace
On 19th February 19th, the '2019 Pacific Leaders' Summit for Peace, Sydney' was held at the New South wales Parliament House in Australia with the support of Heavenly Culture, World Peace Restoration of Light(HWPL), an international NGO under the UN ECOSOC.
With the participation of the Governor-General of Tuvalu and other high-ranking officers of South Pacific nations, including Australia, who emphasized the need for an international mechanism for sustainable peace, this summit on the theme of 'Center of Spreading peace beyond Ethnicity and Borders hosted by Legislate Peace Campaign' was held for the South Pacific leaders to call for the introduction of the introduction of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War(DPCW) at the UN General Assembly in 2019.
Through this conference, 6 chairpersons of the National Assembly, 3 ministers and chief justices, the former and current heads of state, Governor-General of Tuvalu and former President of the Marshall Islands signed the 'HWPL-Pacific Islands Comprehensive Agreement on Advocacy for the DPCW'. This agreement contains the pledge for active cooperation for the development of the DPCW, which is driven by the spirit of peace, together with 12 high-level government leaders from eight countries in the South Pacific.
Hon. Fibbs Salika, Chief of justice of Papua New Guinea, said, "After a careful understanding of the DPCW, I truly do feel and understand that all our individual effort is needed to build up strong peaceful nations, which I world like for all Pacific Leaders here today to take into consideration as a part of the global family. For us in the Pacific, we must be the champions of peace not only in our region but throughout the world."