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Sour Grapes: Why Australian Wine Can’t Get Into China

A deepening spat over allegations of Chinese meddling in Australian politics has led to cases of wine piling up at Chinese ports and nationalists...

Palmer blames Chinese nemesis for $2.3b loss

Embattled billionaire Clive Palmer is directly blaming his Chinese nemesis CITIC for the collapse of his nickel empire in a new legal action which claims its failure to pay him royalties meant the Queensland company folded with a personal loss to the former MP of $2.3 billion.

China-obsessed Australia to wake up, smell hard landing

Pippa Malmgren cannot get over the fact Australia has tied itself to the low-value end of the Chinese economy but doesn’t want anything to do with China’s greatest economic initiative since the Great Wall.

How China’s debt binge threatens Australia

No country can be indifferent to China's economy, especially not Australia. We're more exposed to what goes on in it than just about any...

Chinese retreat from Australian property market

Chinese property buyers are turning away from Australian housing as efforts by regulators in both countries to slow investment begin to bite. Chinese buyers, who make up about 80...

Chinese general tours Defence facilities, South China Sea dispute on agenda

A top-ranking Chinese general from the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has toured a secretive military facility outside Canberra as part of a low-key "goodwill"...

What’s behind Australia’s response to the Chinese Government’s crackdown on Hong Kong

Mr Morrison announced his Government would offer safe haven to many Hong Kong students and graduates already living in Australia.

China is seeking to ‘take over’ Australia’s political system, former Asio chief claims

The retired Asio chief Duncan Lewis has reportedly warned that the Chinese government is seeking to use “insidious” foreign interference operations to “take over” Australia’s political system.

Australia Is Having a Strategic Revolution, and It’s All About China

The Australian government has announced a major shift to its regional policy. Will the United States notice in time?

Beijing’s crackdown on overseas investment has hit Australia hard

Chinese investment in Australia dropped 11% to $US10.3 billion ($A13.3 billion) in 2017 as China applied the brakes to foreign investing, according to analysis by KPMG and the University of Sydney.

Hurstville: Sydney’s real Chinatown

Hurstville, 16 kilometres south-west of the CBD, occupies a unique spot on Sydney's demographic map. With more than half of its residents reporting Chinese ancestry,...

China’s ambition knows no bounds and we’re finding out the hard way

Scott Morrison is clear-eyed about the challenge and opportunities for Australia in China's astonishing rise — in mineral resources, its education, investment and research cooperation.