This group provides an opportunity for single western-oriented women and Asian men focussing on Oriental and SE Asian , to meet up in person. Introduce yourselves, converse, make new friends and develop those friendships at pre-arranged venues or locations. The organisers of this group include both speakers who speak both English and native Chinese — they love socialising, sharing culture and sharing ideas. We create a range of different activities like cafes, walks, bars, art and movies - we're designed to help us experience and enjoy all things and cultures together.
Serial Sydney protester Danny Lim arrested for offensive behaviour
The Free Hugs Guy Was Arrested For A Sign With The C-Word On It
The group meets regularly each month and we alternate between social events to discussion workshops forum relevant to Gay Asian Men, organised by a group of volunteer facilitators. Our group's aim is to engage and empower people within our community, so what better way to develop confidence and non-verbal communication skills in a fun, safe environment than to learn dancing! We invite our friends and allies to join us. Beginners Class starts at pm and goes to pm. After the class, feel free to stick aroundfor a drink or join the Improvers Class starting at 7. Cash and Card both accepted for payment. These classes have a fun, interactive and engaging.
'Peace activist' Danny Lim fined for offensive behaviour against Tony Abbott
Danny Lim, 74, received an infringement notice for offensive behaviour. Police said he was arrested "briefly" because he was being "uncooperative". A video uploaded to Facebook by a member of the public shows three police officers manhandling Lim as he struggles. The Facebook user said they saw the officers "rip his sign from his back and arrest him while he was screaming for them to not take his sign". The user wrote that as two officers detained Lim, another took his dog and a number of people followed the officer to tell him that they were "appalled".
Self-styled "peace activist" Danny Lim - a cardboard-carrying identity on the streets of Sydney - has been fined for offensive behaviour after brandishing a sign targeting Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Police confirmed Mr Lim had been issued with an infringement notice and was also ordered to "move on" from outside Edgecliff Station on Monday morning. Credit: Jeremy Hillman. A former Strathfield councillor, the year-old Mr Lim is known for toting large billboards strapped to his body, bearing messages of peace and love.