'Disagree where we must' Wong says amid panda diplomacy

By Holly Hales and Aaron Sheldrick
Updated June 16 2024 - 11:05am, first published 11:01am
Li Qiang is undertaking the first trip to Australia by a Chinese premier in seven years. (Asanka Ratnayake/AAP PHOTOS)
Li Qiang is undertaking the first trip to Australia by a Chinese premier in seven years. (Asanka Ratnayake/AAP PHOTOS)

As China's Premier Li Qiang engages in panda diplomacy at Adelaide Zoo, Foreign Minister Penny Wong is promising to advocate for Australian writer Yang Hengjun who languishes ill in a Chinese jail.

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