• Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is presented with a specially designed Port Adelaide player jersey before the AFL game at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is presented with a specially designed Port Adelaide player jersey before the AFL game at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • Great guns. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang checks out the arms of Port Adelaide player Chen Shaoliang. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Great guns. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang checks out the arms of Port Adelaide player Chen Shaoliang. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull watches as Chinese Premier Li Keqiang laughs with Port Adelaide player Chen Shaoliang. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull watches as Chinese Premier Li Keqiang laughs with Port Adelaide player Chen Shaoliang. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • All smiles. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang gestures as he prepares to pass a ball to Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (not pictured). Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    All smiles. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang gestures as he prepares to pass a ball to Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (not pictured). Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull passes a ball to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as Port Adelaide player Chen Shaoliang looks on with other officials. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull passes a ball to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as Port Adelaide player Chen Shaoliang looks on with other officials. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • Chinese Premier Li Keqiang passes the ball to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull before the start of an Australian Football League game during Li's visit to the country in 2017. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang passes the ball to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull before the start of an Australian Football League game during Li's visit to the country in 2017. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • Cheng Hong, the wife of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, talks with Lucy Turnbull, the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, during a visit to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. Photo: Reuters/Peter Parks/Pool
    Cheng Hong, the wife of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, talks with Lucy Turnbull, the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, during a visit to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. Photo: Reuters/Peter Parks/Pool
  • Cheng Hong, the wife of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, looks at artworks with Lucy Turnbull, the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, during a visit to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. Photo: Reuters/Peter Parks/Pool
    Cheng Hong, the wife of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, looks at artworks with Lucy Turnbull, the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, during a visit to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. Photo: Reuters/Peter Parks/Pool
  • Pro-China supporters hold banners wishing Chinese Premier Li Keqiang a successful visit before an official welcoming ceremony at Parliament House. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Pro-China supporters hold banners wishing Chinese Premier Li Keqiang a successful visit before an official welcoming ceremony at Parliament House. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • Falun Gong and pro-Tibet supporters hold a rally before an official welcoming ceremony for Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at Parliament House in Canberra.      Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    Falun Gong and pro-Tibet supporters hold a rally before an official welcoming ceremony for Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at Parliament House in Canberra. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
  • A gun salute rings out during an official welcoming ceremony for Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at Parliament House in Canberra. Photo: Reuters/David Gray
    A gun salute rings out during an official welcoming ceremony for Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at Parliament House in Canberra. Photo: Reuters/David Gray

Premier Li Keqiang relaxes at footy match

Chinese leader sat with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at an AFL game in Sydney a day after opening the door for more Australian beef imports

March 25, 2017 9:21 PM (UTC+8)
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