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NY Senate District 11 Candidate Forum 8/19/14 #SD11 #TonyAvella #LiuNewYork #PaulGilman #NYC

In case you miss the Candidate Forum, see the photos below. Notice how “popular?!?!?!?!” John Liu is among Asian-Americans who are holding big Anti-John Liu signs at the Candidate Forum. For English news coverages, check out The Epoch Times for the most detailed coverage, Queens Courier for the photos and the protest coverage, The NY Observer for protest as well as candidates’ positions on various issues, the Queens Tribune did a surprisingly detailed coverage on this candidate forum, the Queens Chronicle focused on the six Q & A at the Forum.


Photo by Eric Jankiewicz at the Queens Courier


Photo provided by the Queens Tribune


Photo by World Journal: The paper banner written in Chinese says 人渣敗類  劉醇逸 (English Translation: John Liu is a scumbag, a bad example).


Photo by the Epoch Times: Notice the body language of John Liu pressing his lips inward (aka: compressed lips) in the above photo. This “compressed lips” body language indicates that the person is pressured to confront an unwelcome situation. The limbic brain reacts by compressing the lips inward to try to hold back something. Famous “compressed lips” examples are Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner. Now, we see John Liu showing similar “compressed lips” as Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner exhibited to the public.  



CONTACT: James Hong ( / 718-460-5600 ext. 209).

RSVP at this Facebook page. Simultaneous translation will be provided in Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish. This is a non-partisan event. Absolutely no campaign paraphernalia will be allowed on the premises.

Do you have any questions that you want to ask incumbent Democrat Tony Avella, Green Party’s Paul Gilman for NY Senate, or Democrat  John C. Liu.

Tweet your question at @minkwoncenter or e-mail !

Me:    Hell yeah! I tweeted my blog page to @minkwoncenter : 15+ Reasons Why John Liu Doesn’t Deserve Your Vote in #SD11 Election.


WHEN: Tues, August 19, 2014 at 6:30PM

WHERE: Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel at 135-20 39th Ave, Flushing NY 11354, the Phoenix Ballroom on the 2nd Floor.

MASS TRANSIT: Subway #7 train to Main St. station (the last stop). The LIRR to Flushing Main St. station. Many bus lines stop within a few blocks from the hotel. Check the MTA website or look at the MTA Queens Bus Map for more information.

DRIVING: Consider car-pooling with your neighbors to spread the cost of parking garages in downtown Flushing.


This event is brought to you by the following organizations:
Chhaya Community Development Corporation
Chinese-American Planning-Council
Flushing Jewish Community Council
Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc. (KCS)
La Fuente: NYCPP & LICPP
MinKwon Center for Community Action 민권센터
New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE)
OCA-New York Chapter
New York Civic Engagement Table
The New York Immigration Coalition



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NY Times calls John Liu a Liar – NYC Pension System Is Strained by Costs & Politics

Not long after former NYC Comptroller John Liu sent out fancy NY Senate campaign brochures claiming he did a stellar job on the NYC Pension investments in July 2014, the New York Times published the following FRONT-PAGE (Page A1) article on August 4, 2014 Print Edition contradicting John Liu’s false claims.

I have highlighted certain paragraphs in the New York Times article below.

By the way, despite John Liu falsely claiming that he is popular with Chinese-American voters in NYC. We know at least one Chinese-American who works for the New York Times is NOT a big fan of John Liu. New York Times City Hall bureau chief reporter David W. Chen broke the John Liu campaign irregularities scandal in 2011 with his colleague Raymond Hernandez. And David W. Chen is the lead author on the NYC Pension article below with his colleague Mary Williams Walsh.

There are plenty of Chinese-Americans against John Liu (NOTE: they don’t belong to Falun Gong at all). Read my other blog entry HERE for details.

New York City Pension System Is Strained by Costs and Politics

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