Chinese ambassador to Australia’s speech disrupted by ‘Free Tibet’ protestors

Chinese ambassador to Australia in trainwreck speech as protesters interrupt him FOUR times leaving him visibly shaken

  • Speech by Chinese ambassador Xiao Qian in Sydney disrupted by protestors
  • Protestors with ‘Free Tibet’ placards stood up, two of them yelling
  • The protestors were quickly escorted out of the venue by security 
  • China has occupied Tibet since 1951 and been accused of ‘cultural genocide’ 

A speech by the Chinese ambassador to Australia has been spectacularly disrupted by protestors objecting to his country’s occupation of Tibet.

In a trainwreck speech to the Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology in Sydney, Xiao Qian found his opening remarks derailed four times after protestors stood up holding pieces of…

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