Khee Liang Phoa

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Khee Liang Phoa (Chinese: 潘科良; born 3 May 3 1955, Rotterdam) is a former Dutch politician, Undersecretary for emancipation and family affairs in the first Balkenende cabinet from September 2002 to May 2003.

He succeeded on behalf of the Pim Fortuyn List to Philomena Bijlhout, who had to resign a few hours after her designation following revelations about her militiaperson past in Suriname. He was not included in the second Balkenende cabinet in May 2003 and got a public allowance for 2,5 year as former government member during less than 9 months. He used it to look after his Chinese roots and study Chinese at the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2004-2005, and still lives and works in Beijing since then.[1]

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