SFTYC Leader Warns Biden Against Doing Business With CCP Regime
Tashi Dhundup, deputy secretary of the San Francisco Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (SFTYC), spoke with NTD on Nov. 16 outside of the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown San Francisco, where Chinese leader Xi Jinping was staying during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit.
Mr. Dhundup said the SFTYC is against the genocidal regime of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), pointing to the many members of the organization chanting slogans outside the hotel.
“We are not against the Chinese people. We are against the Chinese government ruled by the CCP regime, who has been torturing, killing, putting people in concentration camps, stealing Tibetan people’s DNA,” he said.
Mr. Dhundup also warned President Biden and all the other leaders attending the APEC summit to be careful when doing business with China. “It is important for all the people, all the countries involved in this APEC conference to understand that doing business with the communist regime will not, at the end, be good for their own people,” he said.
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