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Burmese People Protest in San Francisco Against CCP Influence on Burma’s Military

SAN FRANCISCO—Over 400 Burmese gathered in front of the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco on Feb. 20 to protest against the military coup that took place this month in Burma (also known as Myanmar) as well as the support that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has provided for the coup. The protesters held signs that read “Save Myanmar democracy” and “Myanmar military dictatorship is made in China.” “We love Chinese people, we love Chinese food, but … we’re against the Chinese government policy toward our Burmese military regime,” Koko Ley, the protest organizer, told The Epoch Times. Similar to the protesters in Hong Kong, they are making several requests. They want the CCP to acknowledge the 2020 election results in Burma, help seek and release all detainees (including the country’s elected leader, Aung San Suu Kyi), stop the military coup violence committed against peaceful protesters, suspend China’s support for the …

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