Thursday, August 4, 2022

Asian councilor candidate Lee Jun participates in activities to increase risk

arcadiaSugarThe candidates are actively preparing for the November election. As the District 5 candidate, Jason J. Lee maintains his performance by participating in various club activities to gain more support.

Lee Jun said he has close ties with the Chinese community in Southern California. He saw many old and new friends at the event and deepened the mutual understanding. He used to be the founding president of the American Northwest Association, vice president of the Presidium of the Southern California Sugar Association, director of the Arcadia Sugar Association, and the first vice president of the Arcadia Chinese Lions Club. He is currently the director of the Beijing Friendship Association and president of the Los Angeles branch of the US-China People’s Friendship Association, which was founded in 1972 by former US Secretary of State Ji Xinji and General Chennault’s late widow, Flying Tigers. The captain, Ms. Chen Jiangmei.

There are still five months to the November election. Lee Jun said that in the past six months to seek votes from voters, he found that the localAsianVery united, with a strong sense of cultural identity, he has an advantage as a Chinese candidate. He has now started the third round of polling on the streets and continues to interact with the voters. Among them, thousands of voters have met many times. The Chinese say the “meeting is three-point”, and feels they have the support of these voters. But he will continue to interact with voters until election day in November.

At the same time, he will also participate more in the activities of local overseas Chinese associations, enhance understanding and communication, and seek support. Li Jun said that the Asian population in the Fifth District of Asia is 64%, and that 90%–95% of Asians are Chinese. It is very important for them to participate in club activities. Representatives of these clubs live in Asia, and some have relatives and friends there. They will influence Chinese voters in Asia. He will also run a campaign in the future. Currently, there are many high school students volunteers who help make phone calls and meet voters, and convey their ideas to voters in all directions through various means. He feels that time and place is better than what he ran in 2010.

Lee Jun (second from left in the back row) recently attended the celebration of the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the overseas Chinese community. (Provided by Lee Jun)


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