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Why Australian universities have upset Chinese students

In four prominent cases in recent months, Chinese students at Australian universities have complained about teaching materials being incorrect or insulting to China. The incidents...

China and human rights: Is Australia ‘making a difference’?

Australia’s relationship with China has been tumultuous of late: political scandals, security threats, a perceived need for draconian new legislation, angry rhetoric from Beijing....

The remarkable photo with Xi Jinping that helped Blackmores crack China

"That was an interesting moment in time," she said. "My honest view was you have to persevere and stay there and keep investing in the challenging times as well as the good times."

Australian wine exports: China now the biggest market

GIVE the people what they want. A simple ethos, yes, but one that, in the wine world, is not particularly well embraced. And when it comes...

Bill Shorten disagrees with Paul Keating’s comments on China at Labor’s election campaign launch

Bill Shorten says he does not share former Labor prime minister Paul Keating's views that Australia's spy chiefs are "nutters" who should be sacked to help improve relations with China.

Personal boundaries can be lost in translation for Chinese professionals in Australia

The Chinese proverb – “the fish does not know the existence of water until it is taken out of it” – will resonate with...

Why is Kevin Rudd using Chinese social media to criticise Malcolm Turnbull in Mandarin?

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd has taken to popular Chinese social media site Weibo to criticise Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's "paranoid and all over...

Chinese climate impacts will hit Australian economy

Two vital questions for Australia are the extent to which climate change impacts in China could damage the Australian economy, and the regional strategic consequences should climate impacts in China undermine domestic political stability.

John Howard defends free media after China complains about coverage

Former prime minister John Howard has revealed Chinese officials complained about Australian media coverage during high-level meetings in Beijing last week. Key points: Howard says...

Scott Morrison takes veiled swipe at China during visit to Vietnam

Scott Morrison never mentioned China by name, but one word in his speech last night revealed what he really thinks about the superpower.

Malcolm Turnbull faces fresh leak after calling China a ‘frenemy’

MALCOLM Turnbull has reportedly labelled China a “frenemy” of Australia at a public event in Sydney. The report comes one day after audio surfaced of...

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.