Wednesday, November 16, 2022

[HWPL] HWPL Peace Tours of Man-hee Lee (15): “Please Engrave ‘Peace’ in your Heart”


[HWPL] HWPL Peace Tours of Man-hee Lee (15): “Please Engrave ‘Peace’ in your Heart”

On November 1, 2013, he was interviewed by Telemundo in Tijuana, Mexico. Telemundo is an American Spanish-language broadcaster based in Florida, USA.

“It would be great if we could all become messengers of peace and walk the path of coexistence.” - Remarks by Man-Hee Lee, Chairman of HWPL, at the press conference for the 7th Peace Tour

On October 30, 2013, at Los Angeles International Airport, USA, FIL-AM TV, a Philippine broadcasting channel that has been paying attention to Chairman Lee's peace movement of the 5th and 6th peace tour, joined the conference for coverage. FIL-AM TV is a broadcast channel that brings the spirit, culture, values, arts and entertainment of the country to approximately one million Filipinos living in Southern California County, USA.

In an interview with FIL-AM TV, Chairman Lee said to the young people, “We are like missionaries born for peace in this world in this era. Let's do it,"

As his first schedule in LA, Chairman Lee held a conference attended by leaders of world religions, including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Sikhism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. proceeded and sent.

On November 1, 2013, Chairman Lee is having an interview with FOX5, a famous American broadcaster.

At 4:30 a.m. on November 1, Chairman Lee and the peace delegation left their residence for a live broadcast on Fox (FOX5) station in San Diego, about an hour away by car from LA. It is a famous American broadcasting station that produced many famous programs such as ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘24’. The live broadcast started at 6:00 in the morning. Chairman Lee introduced the Peace Seminar and Peace Walk held at the Meredith Victory on the same day. Fox TV reported the news along with videos such as the Peace Walk held by HWPL. After the broadcast, Chairman Lee move to San Pedro Port, LA, where the event was held. The Peace Seminar, which was held at the Meredith Victory, was attended by heads of 50 local youth organizations, 500 young people, and 100 VIPs, and local media outlets covered the event with great interest.

After finishing their schedule in LA, Chairman Lee and the peace delegation moved to Tijuana, Mexico. Chairman Lee made a broadcast appearance at Telemundo Broadcasting Station. Telemundo Broadcasting is headquartered in Florida, USA, and is famous for its Spanish-language TV broadcasts in the United States. Following this, Chairman Lee appeared on Libertando radio. This media, run by Jewish pastor, Rev. Ramio Lopez, aired a special live broadcast of the message of peace delivered by Chairman Lee.

On November 6, 2013, Chairman Lee's live appearance on Channel 7, a famous Guatemalan broadcaster.

On the 5th, while visiting Guatemala, Chairman Lee appeared on Azteca Guatemala TV. Chairman Lee introduced the WARP Summit in September 2014 on the air and said, “With all these data that can achieve peace, I have now traveled the global village several times. I'm telling you that I can achieve peace with confidence. I want you to engrave the word 'Peace' in your heart and mind.”

The next day, he appeared on a popular live morning program in Guatemala. Chairman Lee said, “Isn’t it fortunate in this era that there are people who are actively working for peace?” and “I am your messenger. I'm doing your work (work for world peace). Please join us as one.”

On November 5, 2013, he is appearing on a live morning program from Guatevision Studios.

Later, at Guatemala City Hall, he had a conversation with then-mayor Alvaro Enrique Arju Irigoyen, former president of Guatemala. After the conversation, interviews were conducted with media outlets at Guatemala City Hall, and Viviana Quinones from TVRHD, a Guatemalan media who came to cover, joined HWPL as a member.

Chairman Lee's move for world peace was also conveyed to the local community through a live interview on Channel 7, a famous broadcaster in Guatemala. Channel 7 reported on Chairman Lee's schedule almost every day during his visit to Guatemala. On this day, the live broadcast also reported the contents of the interview while reporting the activities so far.

On November 7, 2013, Nicaraguan terrestrial news channel CDNN23's filming staff is filming a live interview with HWPL Chairman Man-hee Lee.

Chairman Lee, who visited Nicaragua on the 7th, visited the private residence of former President Enrique Bolaños (1928-2021) in Santander, Nicaragua and had a conversation, which was broadcast throughout Nicaragua through an interview with CDNN23. CDNN23 is Nicaragua's representative news channel and is a national terrestrial broadcaster.

Chairman Lee's world peace movement was introduced for 30 minutes through a live broadcast. Chairman Lee appealed, “Now let’s not go to war, let’s make a world of peace,” and “All of us, the global village family, have the mission to leave a world of peace as a legacy to future descendants.”

The effect of the broadcast was immediate. Hearing this broadcast, Father Roberto Fernandez came to the station. He explained that he wanted to meet Chairman Lee, who appeared on the show, in person, even for a short while. Maria Elsa Suarez Garcia, host of CDNN23, joined the International Women's Group (IWPG).

After watching CDNN23's live broadcast, Father Roberto Fernandez, a local religious leader, came to the station to meet with Chairman Lee.

“Chairman Lee’s world peace movement is very important to Nicaraguans who want peace,” he said. “Especially, I think the World Peace Agreement is a very good idea. I hope to send this agreement to the UN to end all wars in the world.”

Chairman Lee appeared on the Megavision MN19 program in El Salvador on the 8th. Chairman Lee said in his broadcast interview, “We are all messenger of peace. Let all citizens of El Salvador become messengers of peace.” Luisa Moncada, host of Mega Vision MN19, said, “It was a great honor to interview great leaders who are making a big difference in the world.”

On November 13, 2013, a broadcast staff member is filming an interview while Chairman Lee appeared live on RTV News, a news program on Channel 13, at SINART, a public broadcasting station in Costa Rica.

On the 13th, before the official schedule in Costa Rica, Chairman Lee appeared live on RTV News, a Costa Rican public broadcaster Channel 13 news program. The broadcast host emphasized that Chairman Lee was 83 years old at the time and said "He visited Costa Rica on his Peace Tour"

At the end of the interview, he emphasized that Chairman Lee will have a conversation with President Laura Chinchilla of Costa Rica. Afterwards, Chairman Lee had a conversation with President Laura Chinchilla.

After the broadcast, there were also local people who came with news of Chairman Lee's visit to Costa Rica. He met with the 38th First Lady of Costa Rica, Estrella Celedon Lissano, Dean of the UN Peace University, Costa Rica's Thomas Klopp Markar, and Costa Rica's Undersecretary of Peace, Dolce Umansor, to discuss peace. To them, Chairman Lee said, “One plus one is two,” and asked for advice for peace, saying, “I must gain wisdom from heaven, and I am trying to achieve peace with the same mind by gaining wisdom from everyone in the world.”

On November 13, 2013, after the report on Channel 13, a Costa Rican public broadcaster, the 38th First Lady of Costa Rica, Estrella Celedon Lisano (second from the top right), and Thomas Klopp Markar, head of department at the UN Peace University in Costa Rica (first from the top right) ), Costa Rica's Deputy Minister for Peace, Dolce Umansor (front row, pink), watched the broadcast and visited Chairman Lee to discuss peace.


1 comment:

  1. This is beautiful work. I sincerely hope that the DPCW will be enacted as international law when it is presented to the UN in late 2022 or early 2023. Kudos to Chairman Lee, HWPL, IPYG and all their supporters