LIN Bin, City of Ryde – West Ward

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LIN Bin Centre

Supporting Candidates


Are you part of or have you been part of a political party? If so, which one? 


Tell us a bit about you and your team. What’s your day job?        

Dr LIN Bin, lead candidate is the Principal of the Academy of Chinese Culture, 2CR Current Affairs radio program producer and has also been a Justice of Peace since 2015.

Leanne Zullo, second candidate is a payroll officer, owner of Pure Football Development Soccer Coaching Academy, and also ZuReal DJ Music School.

What are some things you love about living in the area?    

LIN Bin loves:
1. the nature and natural environment in the Ryde area
2. the friendly and positive community
3. his two children who grew up and studied in the Ryde area

What do you believe to be the 3 main issues affecting our community?   

  1. Lack of communication and understanding with the increased population of various backgrounds
  2. Lack of communication between councillors and the community
  3. Lack of concern for teachers’, students’, and parents’ needs

What are the 3 key things you plan to achieve?       

  1. Since 2019, LIN Bin has been part of the Multicultural Advisory Committee of Ryde City Council and has been supporting Harmony Festival. LIN Bin will invite more people of various backgrounds to join.
  2. When elected, surveys will be sent out to the community periodically to gauge the needs/concerns at that point in time.
  3. When elected, LIN Bin will organise meetings with the school community to understand their needs/concerns.

What about your long term vision for the area?      

  1. Embrace community harmony and multiculturalism
  2. Fight against racism, discrimination, and corruption
  3. Represent the people, work for the people, stand for the people
  4. Support small businesses
  5. Improve public transportation systems to ease traffic flows and to increase more parking spaces
  6. Build an environmentally friendly neighbourhood

Other Comments

LIN Bin has 2 children who grew up and studied in the Ryde area so he understands the needs of the communication among the school community. He has been a scripture teacher at Eastwood Public School for 16 years. In 2010, LIN Bin has successfully petitioned City of Ryde with signatures for protecting parents’ right to park their cars outside the Ryde East Public School at drop-off and pick-up times.

Contact: 0405 303 638