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

China opens maritime rescue base in disputed South China Sea

By Helene Fung, Picture Courtesy: Google Maps China announced that it has opened a maritime rescue centre on Fiery Cross Reef in the contentious Spratly Islands (which China calls Yongshu reef and the Nansha Islands). The centre will “better protect navigation and transport safety in the South China Sea”, according to state-owned Xinhua news agency.…

Perth Gears Up For Chinese New Year Celebrations

By Ivan Leung As the Lunar Chinese New Year approaches next week, Perth can expect huge festival celebrations on the streets of Northbridge next Sunday (10th, February, 2019). Same as last year, there will be street parades beginning at noon, followed by other activities such as lion and dragon dance, Chinese traditional orchestra, martial arts,…

Old woman had a heart attack at gunpoint

By: Vesh Arumugam A 60-year-old woman had a heart attack while witnessing two burglars getting away in their car after robbing her home in Thornlie last week. The robbery was alleged to have happened at 11.40 in the morning while the victims, a retired police officer and his wife, were away from their home. The…

Crocodile Skull Recovered After A Man Charged

By Helene Fung, Photo Supplied By: WA Police A 42kg saltwater crocodile skull which was stolen from a Kununurra Museum sometime between Friday 25 January and Tuesday 29 January 2019 had been recovered. Kununurra Police has charged a 33 year old man from Kalumburu for its theft. He is due to appear in the Kununurra…

Remains of Remains of explorer Matthew Flinders found under London train station

By Helene Fung, Picture Courtesy: London Underground The remains of explorer Matthew Flinders, most known for having circumnavigated Australia 216 years ago, have been found at a burial site beneath London’s Euston station, which is currently undergoing an upgrade as part of the controversial HS2 high-speed rail project linking London and Birmingham. Archaeologists identified his…

LATEST: Bateman Death Investigation

Photo By: Anton La Macchia WA Police are seeking information concerning a woman’s death at a home in Bateman yesterday evening, Friday 14 December 2018. At around 6:55PM, authorities were called to a home on Scouler Way, following reports of a person was shot, and a man at the front of the house also appeared…

One died following shooting in Bateman

Photo By: Anton La Macchia: At least one dead following a fatal shooting in Perth’s southern suburbs of Bateman. Police confirmed that they are currently at the scene investigating the shooting incident happened at around 7PM this evening. Authorities confirmed one person has dead and investigations are underway. So far there are no risk to…

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…