BBC: China Diplomat Makes Asylum Plea

From BBC, via Turkish Weekly:

A senior Chinese diplomat who left his job at his country’s consulate-general in Sydney has addressed a rally to commemorate the Tiananmen events.

“I feel very unsafe,” he told a crowd of several hundred people in Sydney.

“In 16 years, the Chinese government has done nothing for political reform. People have no political freedom, no human rights,” he added.

See also “Chinese envoy at risk” from the Australian, and “Chinese asylum seeker ‘is lying’” from the Daily Telegraph.

June 4, 2005 10:45 PM
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