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Chinese Christians Rally to Support Prop. 8

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Oct 21, 2008

CUPERTINO, Calif. -- More than 4,000 Chinese Christians from about 100 churches across the San Francisco Bay Area gathered Oct. 19 in Cupertinos Memorial Park to support Prop. 8 which would overturn the legality of same sex marriage in California. The Sing Tao Daily reports that the Chinese Christians were all wearing red T-shirts with marriage, one man and one woman printed in both English and Chinese, and were waving yellow boards that said Yes on 8. Rev. Thomas Wang told the gathering that the next generation needs role models of father and mother. He said the traditional concept of marriage, which is between one man and one woman, must be protected in order to make a healthy environment for the next generation, protect social stability and reduce the chance of people getting AIDS. Three other Chinese Christian gatherings were held in Los Angeles and San Diego the same day.



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