Taxpayers disburse $ 70,000 for Lee Lin Chin's next concert after leaving SBS to return to Singapore

Taxpayers prepare to lead Lee Lin Chin's project (pictured) after his sudden resignation from SBS last month

Taxpayers are ready to lead Lee Lin Chin's project, after his abrupt resignation from SBS last month.

The government hired Chin to be the face of a Transport for NSW advertising campaign to explain the closure of the Epping railway lines to Chatswood in North Sydney.

It is believed that the former SBS presenter has been paid up to $ 70,000 in taxpayers' money, since the government believes that she has a voice of "authority".

Taxpayers prepare to lead Lee Lin Chin's project (pictured) after his sudden resignation from SBS last month

Taxpayers prepare to lead Lee Lin Chin's project (pictured) after his sudden resignation from SBS last month

The notices will be published on September 2, The Daily Telegraph reported.

The campaign is set to show Chin in fluorescent colors to match the buses that will replace the train line.

The closure of the train line will cause interruptions for seven months.

Chin surprised fans when he announced his resignation to SBS last month after broadcasting for almost 40 years.

The journalist born in Jarkarta announced the news and said there are "many small and medium reasons" for her unexpected departure.

The station announced this week that it was traveling by plane to its native Singapore to escape rumors that it was in the midst of a bidding war between the networks.

The government hired Chin to be the face of a Transport for NSW advertising campaign to explain the closures of the Epping railway lines to Chatswood in North Sydney.

He announced his movement on Twitter, joking with the paparazzi in the process.

& # 39; Farewell to Australia. I will spend next month in Singapore. Try to catch me now, Paparazzi! the australian icon wrote.

"In Singapore I can do whatever I want," he joked.

"I'm a native who became a celebrity for whites," before adding, "I'm essentially above the law."

Chin surprised fans when he announced his resignation to SBS last month after broadcasting for almost 40 years.

Chin surprised fans when he announced his resignation to SBS last month after broadcasting for almost 40 years.

Chin surprised fans when he announced his resignation to SBS last month after broadcasting for almost 40 years.

Chin began her work with SBS in 1980, the same year she arrived in Australia from Singapore, and started hosting SBS World News in 1992.

In an SBS statement provided to Daily Mail Australia, Ms. Chin said: "Having spent most of my professional life on SBS, this is by no means an easy decision, I will leave a happy and satisfying role as a news reader, my friends and colleagues for whom I have a fervent respect will be deeply missed. "

During her time on Australian television, the presenter became one of the most popular media personalities in the country.

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