‘Totally exposed’: Chinese ambassador grilled during Press Club address

Australian journalists held Chinese ambassador Xiao Qian’s “feet to the fire” during his Press Club address on Wednesday, says Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

“And today he got totally exposed,” Mr Bolt said.

“That’s no surprise, though, when a flunky of a communist dictatorship tests his lines and deceits on journalists who were raised to be free.

“In the end Xiao Qian is still a spokesman of the world’s most dangerous dictatorship, spinning for that evil empire.

“It was riveting TV, and I hope the tape is shown in schools as a lesson on the power of free speech.”




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