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Reuters: Australia raises concern about HK’s subversion law

A spokeswoman from Australia’s foreign office said Canberra had raised its
concerns with Hong Kong officials, pressing for a full and open consultation
period on the proposed law. “We look to the Hong Kong government to ensure the basic freedoms that are
so important to Hong Kong’s ongoing success as an international business
centre with an attractive way of life,” a spokeswoman from the Department of
Foreign Affairs and Trade told Reuters.

Global Coalition against Article 23 Legislation: Support the Hong Kong People — Oppose Article 23

The Global Coalition against Article 23 Legislation is composed of many non-government organizations around the world. We may have diverse backgrounds, but we come together for one thing in common, that is: we all believe the proposed Article 23 legislation in Hong Kong is in violation of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy. It is legislation that will destroy Hong Kong’s freedoms and rights and make Hong Kong a police state.

Moreland Community News (Australia): Prime Minister called on to lend hand

FALUN Gong practitioners Lucy Liu and Jennifer Zeng are caught in the shadows between diplomacy and human rights.

From Ms Liu’s Pascoe Vale flat, the pair last week described how relatives in China have been caught up in the Government’s crackdown on the Falun Gong movement. Like other followers who have fled the crackdown, the women are lobbying their new country’s government to pressure China on its human rights abuses.

Lee’s Pushbike Appeal Arrives in Wollongong

Wollongong is the first stop on his journey, where he will be visiting and asking local MP’s to sign the petition in support of his desperate and determined plea to the Australian Government to have his simple wishes delivered to his loved fiancee. Mr Lee went through a long and arduous journey to arrive in Wollongong around 9pm on Monday night.