Chinese ambassador claims address protest is not an ‘expression of free speech’


China’s ambassador to Australia has been repeatedly interrupted by protesters at a controversial address at a Sydney university.

There were no less than half a dozen interruptions at Xiao Qian’s address at the University of Technology in Sydney on Friday.

The protesters held signs saying “Free Tibet” and yelled concerns about China’s human rights records and the abysmal treatment of Uighurs in Xinjiang.

Mr Xiao claimed the protest was not an “expression of freedom of speech”.



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