Sunny Sonam, the vice president of the Regional Tibetan Youth Congress in Canada, participated in a 10-day march to protest against China’s occupation of Tibet, media reports said.
Walking for almost 180 km, Sonam went through the Canadian cities of St Catherine, Winina, Grimsby, Stoney Creek, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and Toronto, calling for a free Tibet and Hong Kong and an end to Chinese occupation, reports ANI.Sonam commenced his march from the Rainbow Bridge at the US-Canada border to the Chinese consulate.
While addressing a gathering of some people, he told ANI: “I have walked for almost 170-180 km. The reason why I walked is for our brothers and sisters who are still struggling inside Tibet. (It’s the) same thing in Hong Kong. So, we should never forget that our brothers and sisters are still suffering over there.”
He and the other protesters also raised slogans of ‘Free Tibet! China out!” and “Free Hong Kong!”
Source: India Blooms