Ivan Leung began his media adventure in 2007 with DHK News Chinese, he worked as a journalist and the senior newsreader in Hong Kong. In 2009, he becomes the DHK English News Executive Producer and the Chief Newsreader in-charging a 20 people news team in HK and Perth, presenting "Evening News" together with Ana Godden. Ivan becomes WAMN's Editor-in-chief after resigned from DMHK due to personal reasons. Ivan can speak fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

Website: http://www.wamnetwork.com.au

Government urged to make remote communities self sufficient

Following robust negotiations, the State Government and the Commonwealth have reached a $121 million dollar funding agreement for continued support for remote housing and essential services. WA currently spends $90 million dollars across 165 remote communities, with the additional funding allowing current community programs to be extended. “This is just not about housing, this is…

19 Year Old Man Took Out Kiteboarding Championship

A 19 year old young man has won the kiteboarding race from Rottnest Island to Fremantle Leighton Beach following his record break time of 18 minutes And 49 seconds. UK kiteboarder Guy Bridge from United Kingdom has made through the race thanks to perfect weather conditions during the 19km crossing. Mr Bridge has managed to…

China’s mission to the dark side of the moon

By Cassandra Elliott Last night China launched a spacecraft with the intention to land and explore the far side of the moon, aka the “dark side”. After a 27-day journey there, China’s Chang’e 4 hopes to perform a soft-landing on the unexplored side of the moon. Chang’e 4is also a land rover, meaning it will…

Whatsapp’s not so private: world-first legislation passed in Australia

By Cassandra Elliott Encrypted messages on services like Whatsapp are now accessible to the police and intelligence agencies in world-first legislation. On the last day of Parliament for the year, the legislation was passed with the support of the Coalition and Labor,after Labor agreed to drop amendments in the interest of public safety over the…

Police Investigate Suspicious Fire At A Subiaco Bar

Police arson squad attended at a scene of a fire in Subiaco to investigate the circumstances behind the blaze. Police were called to a bar on Hay Street at around 5:10AM on the 1st, December, 2018, after DFES extinguished the fire in the premise. Glasses at the back of the bar were smashed, Police believe…

Bayswater Train Station Gets An Upgrade

A new design concept for the Bayswater Train Station has been unveiled by the state government, as part of the METRONET transport project. The decision to upgrade the Bayswater train station coincide with the current construction of the Forrestfield Airport rail link, and the proposed Ellenbrook rail line. There will also be an upgrade to…

Brexit breakdown As Summit Looms

By Cassandra Elliott With only four months until Britain leaves the EU, tomorrow’s summit is a big deal. However, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez threatens to call off the summit if there is no agreement with the UK over Gibraltar. He told the news conference, “if there is no deal, it’s obvious that what will…

Kwinana Prepares For Music Concert Under The Stars

Kwinana will be hosting the Tianqi Lithium Symphony Spectacular performed by Perth Symphony Orchestra, returning on the 1st, December this year. The symphony will feature popular music themes such as Pharrell, James Bond, Nirvana and Metallica. The 55-piece orchestra will create an ultimate music experience for audiences in a friendly environment on Calista Oval from…

Man wanted for questioning over attempted armed robbery in Burswood

Police are seeking the public to provide information on an attempted armed robbery incident which happened in Burswood on Friday morning (23rd, November, 2018). At around 4:30AM, a woman was entering her car parked at a muti-storey parking facility on Great Eastern Highway. She was approached by a man armed with a hammer and demanded…