When did Chinese president Xi Jinping visit Australia? China’s President Xi Jinping addressing the Australian Parliament during his visit to Canberra on Nov 17, 2014. Mr Xi is visited Canberra after attending the G-20 Summit
When did Chinese president Xi Jinping visit Australia?
China’s President Xi Jinping addressing the Australian Parliament during his visit to Canberra on Nov 17, 2014. Mr Xi is visited Canberra after attending the G-20 Summit in Brisbane over the weekend. — PHOTO: AFP
Who was the first person to speak in Parliament of Australia?
I am thankful to rise to speak in the Parliament of Australia for the first time and for the opportunity to represent the people of Chisholm, who have entrusted me to be their voice in this place.
Why is a woman born in Hong Kong in Australian Parliament?
It is a wonderful example of the welcoming character of Australians that my electorate has sent a woman born in Hong Kong to speak for them in the parliament. We are so fortunate to live in a country where migrants can come to Australia, become Australians and serve its people here in the parliament. How good is Australia?
What was the first bilingual speech pathology in Australia?
To my knowledge, it was the first bilingual Chinese-English speech pathology in Australia. It is with these experiences close to my heart that I have developed my deep understanding and passion for small and family businesses. But this period was also one of the most difficult times in my life.
What are the countries that Xi Jinping has visited?
Two visits to: Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines, Spain, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam. Three visits to: France, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan and South Africa. Four visits to: the United States. Eight visits to: Russia.
Who was the third Chinese president to visit Australia?
Xi Jinping became the third Chinese President to visit Australia, after his two predecessors. Xi Jinping first attended the G20 Summit in Brisbane.
What did Xi Jinping say about the Chinese Dream?
To realise the Chinese dream we will comprehensively intensify reform and opening up, promote the rule of law in an all-round way, stay committed to socialism with Chinese features, advance the modernisation drive and steadily improve peoples’ lives. How will China develop itself? What will China be like when it grows in strength?