Gladys Liu Net Worth, Family, Husband, Education, Children, Age, Biography, Political Career

Gladys Liu is an Australian politician of Hong Kong origin who has served in the Australian House of Representatives. Know All About Gladys Liu Net Worth, Family, Husband, Education, Children, Age, Biography, Political Career.

Gladys Liu Biography

Gladys Liu

Gladys Liu is a Hong Kong-born Australian politician who has been a member of the Liberal Party in the Australian House of Representatives since May 2019, representing the Chisholm Division in Victoria. Liu was elected to the House of Representatives as the first ethnically Chinese woman, defeating Jennifer Yang of the Australian Labor Party. Although Liu has denied intentionally associating with CCP affiliates, she has been chastised for her alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party. She has also criticized Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews' contract with the People's Republic of China under the Belt and Road Initiative.

Real Name Gladys Liu
Birth Date 6 April 1964
Age (as of 2022) 58 years
Birth Place British Hong Kong
Nationality Australian
Profession Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Religion Christan
Ethnicity Not Known

Gladys Liu Family, Parents (Mother, Father, Siblings)

We are now discussing her parents and family. While growing up in Hong Kong with six siblings, she routinely assisted her parents in running the family milk bar. Gladys' family is from Chaozhou, which she mentioned in her first Parliamentary address after being elected. She went to Belilios Public School and Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She studied trombone and joined the Hong Kong Youth Symphony Orchestra. Liu arrived in Australia in 1985 to attend La Trobe University. She began her professional career while attending university by serving tables at The Flower Drum Restaurant. She is completely deaf in her left ear and has a degree in Speech Pathology. After becoming a native Cantonese speaker, she studied Standard Chinese in Australia.

Following that, she worked for the Victorian Education Department for 14 years, assisting students with speech difficulties. At the time, she also co-owned and operated two restaurants in Box Hill and Richmond. She has served as a government advisor to two Victorian Premiers, as well as President of the Box Hill Chess Club and Head of Business Development and Corporate Social Responsibility Advisor for Canaan Lawyers. Liu has two children, both of whom attended Princeton and Harvard Business Schools. She became an Australian citizen in April 1992.

Father Name Not Known
Mother Name Not Known
Siblings Six

Gladys Liu Qualification/ Education

School Private High School
College La Trobe University (1985), Belilios Public School, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Gladys Liu Husband / Relationship Status

She has never disclosed his love life on the internet, so we don't know whether he is married or not. We don't have much information about She's previous relationships or engagements. She is not in a relationship. Liu has two children who attended Princeton and Harvard Business School, respectively.

Marital Status Not Married
Spouse / Partner Name Not Known
Children Two

Gladys Liu Net Worth, Salary and Income Source

Gladys Liu's net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $2 million in 2022. She makes a good living through her hard work, which she devotes a lot of time to and where she completely presents herself.

We will talk about her salary, income, and career earnings in this section. Her profession provides her with a comfortable living. She has amassed enough wealth to live a lavish and comfortable lifestyle with her family members thanks to her various sources of income.

Net Worth 2022 $1 Million – $2 Million
Salary Per Year Under Review
Source of Income Member of the Australian House of Representatives

Gladys Liu Physical Statistics

Height  5’. 3”ft
Weight 70 kg
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Fit

Gladys Liu Professional Career

Before entering Parliament, she worked as an advisor to former Victorian Premiers Ted Baillieu and Denis Napthine. In the 2010 Victorian state election, she ran as a Liberal Party candidate for the Victorian Legislative Council's South Eastern Metropolitan Region, and in the 2014 Victorian state election, she ran for the Victorian Legislative Council's Northern Metropolitan Region. Liu is a member of the National Right faction of the Liberal Party.

In July 2019, Liu backed anti-government protesters in her hometown of Hong Kong, praising their "passion and devotion to democracy." She told The Australian that she wholeheartedly supported the protest movement and its goals. "As a proud Hong Kong-born Australian, my opinion has been clear," Ms Liu said. 

"The large number of people who have taken to the streets in Hong Kong to express their concerns demonstrates to the rest of the world the Hong Kong people's enthusiasm and commitment to democracy."

According to a September 2019 story, members of Liu's Liberal Party branch advocated for a relaxation of China's foreign investment regulations at the 2017 Victorian Liberal Party Conference.

In a May 2020 op-ed for The Age, Liu backed the Coalition Government's proposal for an independent investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Liu slammed Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and the Labor Party in a separate interview with The Age published in May 2020 for signing a Memorandum of Understanding with China in 2018, ostensibly enrolling Victoria in the Belt and Road plan. Liu, along with a number of other Australian MPs, condemned China's decision to remove four members of the Hong Kong Legislative Council from office in November 2020. Liu was disappointed by the decision, telling The Sydney Morning Herald that "the democracy that I enjoyed is vanishing."

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