Home Tags Huang Xiangmo

Tag: Huang Xiangmo

- Advertisement -

Editor's Pick

Businessman loses $277,000 deposit on Bellevue Hill trophy home

IT WAS supposed to secure his dream home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, but $277,000 has evaporated into thin air. Property developer Peter Zhu has forfeited...

Australian Dollar Remains Vulnerable To China Data

Fundamental Australian Dollar Forecast: Bearish The Australian Dollar can look to a central bank decision and official GDP data this week But Aussie monetary...

End the isolation of Chinese students in Australia

In 1989, Liu Xiaobo rushed to Beijing to join student protesters at Tiananmen Square. He was a devoted fighter not just for the rights of pro-democracy students, but all Chinese people. When Liu said "I have no enemies", he meant it.

Cheng Lei, Australian anchor for China’s government-run English news channel CGTN, detained in Beijing

A high-profile Australian television anchor for the Chinese Government's English news channel, CGTN, has been detained in Beijing in a highly sensitive case posing a fresh challenge to Australia-China relations.

Deputy NZ PM Winston Peters issues warning against Chinese interference

Winston Peters, New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minster and Foreign Minister, says it would be "naive" to think general citizens are not being spied upon...

China ‘a threat’ to Australia’s Antarctica claim

Australia risks being outflanked by China if it continues a complacent attitude towards its Antarctic territory. Australia must wise up to secret Chinese military activities...

Australia in the firing line as Trump, Pyongyang and now China talk of war

A mad man in Pyongyang with a growing arsenal of missiles and nuclear weapons. A US president thought by much of the world to...

What China is doing ‘are like acts of war’

Sky News host Andrew Bolt says what China is undertaking against Australia are "like acts of war" by trying to steal information and spy on citizens.

Opportunities for business in China’s One Belt One Road

The federal government's lukewarm response to China's massive One Belt One Road infrastructure plan should not deter Australian businesses from coming up with their own comprehensive engagement strategies.

‘The fear is real’: Chinese students in Australia dread reprisal from Beijing

Chinese students in Australia are scared of speaking out about Hong Kong as the Chinese Communist Party ramps up new online portals for reporting dissent and UNSW is engulfed in controversy over academic freedom.

Payne questions motive behind China’s arrest of Canadians but stops short of urging release

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has said Australia is “very concerned” the arrest of two Canadians in China represents political retaliation by Beijing over the...

Chinese investment hit $15bn in 2016, but rivals catching up

Australia is maintaining its attraction for Chinese investors, whose business interests are rapidly diversifying and are increasingly being led by private companies — but...