World Harmony Foundation Won the World Peace Prize

NEW YORK, NY, Aug 30 – Today, Tom Suozzi, a well-known member of the Democratic Party of the United States, the vice chairman of the US Congress’s Economic, Tax and Trade Committee, and the advocate and creator of the “Wealth Tax” plan, invited the World Harmony Foundation (WHF) President Frank Liu, winner of the 2015 President Obama White House Volunteer Lifetime Achievement Award, and many members of the board attended his 59th birthday fundraising banquet. During the banquet, they discussed how to promote the United States and other countries, Frank Liu was put on the Gold Medals by Congressmam Suozzi who in his birthday party.

In view of the fact that the WHF has been committed to promoting world peace and social harmony over the past 20 years since its establishment, and has been actively contributing to the charities of the United Nations and many countries in disaster relief, social welfare, and global environmental protection, the World Peace Prize Award Committee (WPPAC) was awarded the “2021 Outstanding Peace Ambassador Award” to the WHF after selection.  Dr Suzi Legget, founding chairman of the WPPAC and former senior adviser to the Speaker of the U.S. Congress, made a special trip to New York to present the award to WHF on behalf of WPPAC.  President Frank Liu put on the Peace Medal.

Frank Liu also said, The WPPAC is a historic award, established in 1989 by the famous Congressman Robert Legget, Dr Suzi Legget and Dr. Han Min Su on Capitol Hill in Washington.  As a non-profit organization, the WPPAC has been established for more than 30 years. As an internationally recognized award, it has been awarded to world leaders who have contributed to the construction of peace and harmony for mankind regardless of personal interests and sacrifices, and for peace and harmony.

Individuals who provide outstanding foresight and leadership: such as contributing to the cause of world peace by preventing regional conflicts or world wars; solving disputes over political, diplomatic, and economic issues; and developing new inventions to minimize internal threats and chaos and other individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the cause of peace and harmony.  Aimed at promoting the development of a better world, most of its winners are heads of state.  

The past winners include the following:
Mahatma Gandhi, Practitioners of the doctrine of truth and non-violence have devoted their life to achieving national independence and improving the lives of ordinary people.

Yitzhak Rabin, During his political career, he devoted himself to promoting the Middle East peace process.  He used his actions to embody the ancient motto of “forging a sword into a plough” and actively sought reconciliation with enemies who had fought face to face for many years.
Ronald Wilson Reagan, President Reagan has made improvements in reducing government spending, health, finance, education, and diplomacy. This has had a positive impact on the United States’ economy, diplomacy, and education.
Benjamin A. Gilman, Recognized by the World Peace Prize as a lifelong defender of human rights: fighting world hunger, drug abuse and trafficking.
Dorje Chang Buddha III, Venerable Dorje Chang Buddha III, for his selfless dedication, dedicated to a wide range of treatment and relief activities for people from different communities around the world, and was recognized by the World Peace Prize Award Committee.  
Fidel Ramos, President of the Philippines, achieved a National Liberation Front with the separated Moro tribe during his tenure
Li Chengwan, A politician, diplomat, thinker, and independence activist in South Korea’s modern history, South Korea’s first president.
Yakubu Gowan, President Palau, during his tenure, began to reform the historically sacred and inviolable “humanism” and formally introduced the “regional limited staff” system to improve people’s lives.
Mohamed Husni Mubarak, The former president of Egypt introduced many new measures in finance, currency and finance, exchange rates, commodity prices, investment, reform of state-owned enterprises, and promotion of privatization during his administration. The economic situation has improved and certain achievements have been made.
Abdulrahman Wahid, Former President of Indonesia, he was committed to the friendly development of foreign relations. After taking office, he cancelled all anti-Chinese policies, restored the rights of the Chinese, and opened the Chinese language to allow the Chinese to celebrate traditional Chinese festivals and set the Spring Festival as a legal holiday.
Annette Lu, The founder of “New Feminism” in Taiwan, China, is committed to fighting for women’s human rights, independence, growth and development.
Pensalma Ochirbat, The former president of Mongolia pursued the policy of opening to the outside world during his tenure.  Advocate deepening political and economic reforms.  Support the implementation of a multi-party system and a free election system.  Economically, it advocates the combination of planned economy and market economy and encourages foreign investment.
Kuniwa Nakamura, He was the first president of Palau, a Pacific island nation after independence from the United States. He served as the country’s president and foreign minister from 1993 to 2001. He is committed to developing friendly relations with all countries, especially strengthening cooperative relations with neighboring countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Meles Zenawi, Former Ethiopian President, during his tenure, Meles became a powerful ally of the United States in combating terrorism in Somalia. He sent troops to Somalia twice.  In addition, he also sent peacekeeping troops to other troubled areas in Africa to maintain peace in Africa to a certain extent.
This award is the first time the WPPAC has been awarded to a United Nations non-governmental organization. All WHF members are proud of this honor and are determined to make persistent efforts to make greater contributions to human harmony, peace and environmental protection.

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