The Australia Department of Justice sent Ms. Zhang an official letter confirming that her legal complaint had been delivered to Yan Nan, a staff member at the Chinese Embassy in Canberra. This case finally started to progress recently.
Court sets aside March 2006 court orders and grants extension of time for service of legal documents to China: “It is anticipated the Registry will transmit this application for service overseas expeditiously.”
Ms. Zhang Cuiying, a renowned artist of traditional Chinese paintings in Sydney urged the public to pay attention to the upcoming hearing in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in a lawsuit against the former Chinese dictator, Jiang Zemin, for genocide, torture, and crimes against humanity.
Ms Zhang and her assisting legal team believe that the case has reached a critical stage due to pressure and interference from the Chinese communist regime which effectively delayed the service of legal documents and obstructed normal proceedings.
Friday, 21 April, 2006: a hearing will be held in the Supreme Court of NSW in relation to the lawsuit filed by Sydney resident and Falun Gong practitioner, Ms Zhang Cuiying, against former Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin and the 610 Office for torture she suffered in China because of her belief.