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13 May 2014 – CAF presents 18C Repeal Information Night

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The Chinese Australian Forum has taken a leading role in taking the fight to the Abbott Government regarding the Repeal of Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. For those unaware, the Federal Government plans to water down racial vilification laws, with the obvious result being that multicultural communities, like the Chinese-Australian community will suffer. […]

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High Court Case: Major Ting Li vs Chief of Army

  CAF will be visiting Canberra this Thursday in support of Major Ting Li. If you would also like to show your support details are below. In April 2011, Chinese Australian army officer Major Ting Li was court-martialled by the Australian Military. On Thursday 31 October 2013, the full bench of the High Court will […]

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Federal Election 2013

The Chinese Australian Forum (CAF) wishes to hear from members and friends their views on the forthcoming Federal Election. Just enter your comments in the space provided in TODAY’s POLL and click "Vote". Key Policy Concerns and Preferences Which Party Should Govern Australia On this page, CAF brings to you links to media pages devoted […]

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2 September 2012 – News – SAVE THE MARKET GARDENS

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CAF has joined the fight to save the Chinese Market Gardens at La Perouse. CAF President Patrick Voon said that the Market Gardens were still under serious threat from a proposal by the Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park Trust to extend Botany Cemetery. “The Chinese Market Gardens at La Perouse are amongst the oldest in NSW […]

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4 August 2012 – News – John Alexander pays tribute to Chinese Australians

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 Bennelong MP John Alexander paid tribute to the Chinese Australian community in a Private Members Business Statement in the House of Representatives on the 25 June 2012.  Mr Alexander moved that the House:  (1) strong history of Chinese migration to Australia over the past 200 years;  (2) significant contribution that Chinese-Australians have made over this […]

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