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PUBLISHED: 20 FEBRUARY 2020

Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews launched the 休戚与共 campaign (“Stronger Together”) to combat some of the challenges arising from the coronavirus pandemic and to urge Victorians to come together in support.

Iconic Victorian landmarks – including the Arts Centre, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Town Hall and Flinders Street Station – will be lit up in red and gold as a symbol of solidarity with Chinese Victorians on Friday.

The Victorian Government intends to lead a delegation of 100 Victorian businesses to China to further strengthen trade relations.

At home, the Government will also host a dinner for the Chinese community – including diplomatic, business and student leaders – paying tribute to the contributions our Chinese communities make to our state every day.

For more information, read the announcement on the Victorian Premier’s website.

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