Now less than three weeks before the 2013 Australian federal election, the Chinese and Muslim communities have become the two major minority communities that the ruling Labor Party and the opposition coalition party compete for in this election. Located in the southwest of Sydney, Australia's most Chinese-inhabited Haoshiwei City has naturally become a key area for the two major political parties in the current federal election. In an interview with ABC reporter Li Weiguo in Sydney, Haoshiwei City Councillor Wu Jinying of the post-80s Chinese Liberal Party talked about what she knows about the concern of the city's Chinese voters for this election and her experience in politics for nearly a year.