Speaker - Chin Jin

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Chin Jin is a Chinese-born Australian living in NSW Australia since 1988. He has been active in the overseas Chinese democratic movement since early 1989 and joined the Federation for a Democratic China, set up in the wake of the Tiananmen Square Incident. He is an MA graduate of the University of Western Sydney, and has written widely on Human Rights and the political structure of China. In 2003, Chin Jin raised national attention in Australia as he was redirected to the soundproof gallery of Parliament House when the Chinese president Hu Jintao addressed Parliament. He was host of the International Conference on Chinese Democracy held in Sydney, Australia in 2005. He also hosted the Dalai Lama's address to the Chinese Diaspora in 2007. In April, he has toured Japan to deliver a speech titled "Political and military clout of autocratic China over its neighbouring countries."

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Is China Fit to Host the Olympic Games?

05.20.08 | 01:39:57 min | 0 comments