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在澳大利亚,每个人都有投票的权利和责任包括残疾人士,通过参与投票我们有能力塑造我们国家的未来。加入我们的对话,了解为残疾人参加选举投票所提供的方便和无障碍设施和场所。

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澳大利亚选举委员会无障碍设施的相关信息 

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VoteTalk

In Australia, everyone shares the right and responsibility to vote, including people with disabilities. By participating in voting, we have the power to shape our country's future. Join this conversation about the accessible resources and places that make voting possible for people with disabilities.

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Australian Electoral Commission Accessible Information

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VoteTalk

About the guest speaker

About the guest speaker

在本期节目中,来自 Speak My Language 的 Ryan Chen 和在维多利亚州的民族社区委员会的华语工作人员 Charmaine Chan 一起讨论了在选举期间为残疾人选举投票提供便利的常见问题。

In this episode, Ryan Chen from Speak My Language is joined by Charmaine Chan, a member of the Mandarin speaking community, who works for the Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria. Together, they discuss common questions about disability inclusion that are asked during election time.

Interview by
Ryan Chen

Ryan於2014年移居澳洲。此前,他曾在中國、法國和西班牙生活。他現時是昆士蘭法院和醫療保健領域的傳譯員。他對網頁開發和數碼市場推廣很感興趣。工作之餘,他對語言、美食和籃球很感興趣,並一直在持續學習深造。 Ryan說: "加盟 Speak My Language(母語故事)節目是2021年最令人振奮的事情。" 他希望聽眾能夠喜歡由他主持的 Speak My Language (母語故事)... read moreGo to page where you can read more about Ryan Chen

Interview by
Ryan Chen

Ryan lived in China, France and Spain before moving to Australia in 2014. Ryan is currently working as an interpreter in Queensland's courts and in healthcare. He has interests in web development... read moreGo to page where you can read more about Ryan Chen