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PHOTO: James Burke and Sun Meidong met online and chose to live in Australia for James' work. (ABC North Queensland: Nathalie Fernbach) Love can trump...

Census 2016: Migrants make a cosmopolitan country

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Should Australia Fear an Influx of Chinese?

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2016 Australian Census reveals Sydney is now ‘more Asian than European’

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Chinese remain keen on agricultural invesment

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Research unis rely on Chinese fees

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China experts warn of funding shock to research

Unprecedented reliance on tuition fees from Chinese students has left Australia vulnerable to shocks that could undermine its entire research effort. China experts say Australian...

The Australia-China Relations Institute doesn’t belong at UTS

Last month eight of Australia’s top journalists visited China for a week as guests of the Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) at the University of...

China’s Operation Australia: The party line

The Chinese Communist Party is waging a covert campaign of influence in Australia – an aggressive form of “soft power” – and while loyalists...

‘You are not alone’: Lifeline seeks to reach out to Chinese community

Taking the first step to seek help for a mental health issue is difficult for anyone. For members of Australia's Chinese community, cultural stigma and language...
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