Title China: 1. Are there reports or known instances of people leaving Fujian Province assuming Indonesian identities (especially prior to onward travel to Australia, and in the period around 1998)? 2. Is there a Chinese community in Ujung Pandang or in that area, and is it known whether they continue to speak and read/write Chinese? 3. Any other suggested indicia for ascertaining the Applicant's place of origin? 4. Regarding China/Fujian: Are there any recent updates on the treatment of Christians in this province?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 6 July 2005
Country China
Topics Border crossers | Christian | Freedom of movement | Freedom of religion | Religious discrimination | Religious persecution (including forced conversion) | Secondary movement
Citation / Document Symbol CHN17400
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, China: 1. Are there reports or known instances of people leaving Fujian Province assuming Indonesian identities (especially prior to onward travel to Australia, and in the period around 1998)? 2. Is there a Chinese community in Ujung Pandang or in that area, and is it known whether they continue to speak and read/write Chinese? 3. Any other suggested indicia for ascertaining the Applicant's place of origin? 4. Regarding China/Fujian: Are there any recent updates on the treatment of Christians in this province?, 6 July 2005, CHN17400, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4b6fe1380.html [accessed 22 August 2014]
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