George Hua, a Chinese political rookie, runs for the 2014 Victorian election
The Victorian Liberal Party officially nominated another Chinese candidate, George Hua, to run for the upcoming Victorian election.
Mr. George Hua (George Hua) will run for the seat of the House of Lords in the Southeast District. His constituency includes 11 constituencies of the House of Commons: Clarinda (Clayton), Mulgrave, Rowville, Mordialloc, Keysborough, Dandenong, Cranbourne, Carrum, Frankston, Narre Warren North, and Narre Warren South.
George was 28 years old and was born in Shanghai, China. He came to Australia to study in 2007 and studied computer science at Monash University. For a new immigrant, it is not easy to find a job after graduation, but he never gave up and continued to work hard for a better future. George is currently engaged in software research and development in a US listed investment company.
George has lived and lived in Melbourne's southeast for over 7 years. He knows the importance of supporting small businesses, developing the economy and creating jobs. He advocated vigorously developing public transportation and infrastructure in order to improve our quality of life and work efficiency, so that Melbourne remains the most livable city in the world.
George supports and encourages Chinese participation in politics and sets an example to create a better platform for the Chinese to speak out.
PO Box 2240, Rowville VIC 3178