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.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported that Goldwind Technology Co., Ltd., a Chinese wind power equipment research and development company, encountered obstacles in the construction of a wind power plant in the Gulban area of ​​southern New South Wales, Australia. The local city government refused to approve a cable for the project. Cross a local rural road from the underground. Share this article: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Liked: Like is loading......
As Australia's three-year federal election is about to take place, Australian Chinese youths are paying more attention to the topic of the election and their participation in politics.One of them is Yang Yifei, a councillor born in the 80s of Feifei, the Western Sydney district of the Solidarity Party.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
The voting activities for the XNUMX general election in the eastern states of Australia are now over, and the election staff have begun to count the results of the votes to determine which candidate will lead Australia into the Asian century.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
Western Sydney, with a population of 150 million, is a must-see for this Australian federal election.This is one of Australia's most densely populated areas, mostly inhabited by low- and middle-income minority immigrants.In recent years, the ever-increasing cost of living has become one of the unbearable burdens of residents in this area.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
Western Sydney, with a population of 150 million, is a must-see for this Australian federal election.This is one of Australia's most densely populated areas, mostly inhabited by low- and middle-income minority immigrants.In recent years, the ever-increasing cost of living has become one of the unbearable burdens of residents in this area.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
As Australia's three-year federal election is about to take place, Australian Chinese youths are paying more attention to the topic of the election and their participation in politics.One of them is Yang Yifei, a councillor born in the 80s of Feifei, the Western Sydney district of the Solidarity Party.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
In Australian politics, the performance of the two major parties during parliamentary debates is a bit of a life-and-death feeling. In fact, their private relationship is still normal, and some are even good friends.Sometimes the friendships formed by people of different parties are even stronger and better than those of friends with the same party.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
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.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
Australia’s childcare services are currently facing tremendous pressure from industry players and parents of children. The central issue is rising fees and long waiting lists.It is not difficult to see that the problem of enrollment is not unique to Chinese society.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
Australian Prime Minister Abbott visited Indonesia.As the first foreign visit since taking office as prime minister, Abbott's trip is particularly interesting.The accompanying officials included Australian Foreign Minister Bishop, Immigration Minister Morrison, Trade Minister Rob and twenty Australian business leaders.Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...

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