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Work and Holiday visa a hit on Chinese social media

The Work and Holiday visa programme has received an overwhelming reception in China following the announcement of 5000 visa places for young Chinese nationals c​oming to Australia.

The Work and Holiday visa programme has received an overwhelming reception in China following the announcement of 5000 visa places for young Chinese nationals coming to Australia.
On Wednesday in Beijing, the Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash participated in a one hour online live chat discussion with Chinese young people about the Work and Holiday visa arrangement with China.

“This level of interest and enthusiasm is a great start to what we envisage will be the beginning of a long and successful programme for Chinese youth visiting and working in Australia,” Minister Cash said.

Hosted on the People’s Daily (PD) Weibo site, Minister Cash responded to 50 questions about the Australian Work and Holiday visa programme. To date, there have been more than 550,000 visitors to the website. “It was great to have the opportunity to be given a platform to connect with people who are interested in visiting and working in Australia,” Minister Cash said. “I encourage the Chinese community to follow the Australian Embassy Beijing’s PD Weibo page or search for ‘AustralianAmbassador’ on WeChat to find out more information about the programme.” The announcement of the Work and Holiday arrangement was negotiated alongside the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement signed last month and the programme provides for up to 5000 visa places for Chinese young people in Australia’s largest capped Work and Holiday programme. Source:  Minister Border, Senator Michaelia Cash Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours and Airport Transfers do not just focus on Home and AWay tours but also private tours for student groups and/or the youth market who are keen to come and experience Australia.  Flamin' Galah provides Chinese, Mandarin and Cantonese speaking guides to cater for this exanding market.

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