Sunday, May 4, 2008



World Harmony Organization (WHO) is a non government think tank dedicated to the theoretical foundation for world unity in diversity under the most universal common value of Harmony. Today’s confrontational world calls for a universal unifying belief acceptable to all mankind. Harmony Renaissance is the inevitable tide. Harmony Renaissance will transcend diverse culture, ideology and religion. Our mission is to work with Friends of U N in Harmony to instill the necessary harmony culture and harmony spirit for the United Nations to lead the world in Harmony Renaissance.

In coming together with a common moral value platform our global village can begin to solve not only human problems that shackles us also urgent climate change and other ecology problems that are detrimental to human survival. There is no higher unifying common ground than Harmony Renaissance that is acceptable to all mankind. Harmony belongs to the world. Harmony is the highest common value of mankind. Harmony is the order of nature. Harmony is the fundamental law of the universe. Without harmony the earth will self destruct. Without harmony the universe cannot be eternal. World Harmony Renaissance in 21st century is the promise for mankind’s win-win future for all nations.

World Harmony Organization with assistance of Friends of U N in Harmony will commission outstanding artists of the world to work on murals with inspirational World Harmony Renaissance faith and monument. Harmony Renaissance mural plus the monument will be erected in selected significant sites in Middle East and Tibet. Tibet is an inalienable part of China. The diverse culture and belief can only be unified under Harmony Renaissance without outside interference. Tibet is the roof of the world. It is befitting to have a Harmony Renaissance Statue on top of the world to rally the world. We call for the world support for this world significant undertaking.

May Harmony Renaissance Prevail in the World!

Francis C W Fung, PH.D.
Director General
World Harmony Organization

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