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Universities sell out national interests to China’s benefit

Foreign interference is a threat to the Australian way of life. The Chinese Communist Party has exerted influence so adroitly that university leaders either believe they are capable of taming the dragon or care more for foreign funds than the national interest.

NZ Immigration Minister says US, Australia visa change announcement a coincidence

Immigration Minister says changes to work visas will improve quality of migrants

Chinese tourist almost killed beauty clinic owner in breast implant procedure

A woman who almost killed a patient in a breast implant procedure at a Sydney beauty clinic is a Chinese tourist with no Australian...

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.

Diggers and Dealers: China’s $11 billion surge on Perth Mint’s gold brings miners their...

The seemingly insatiable hunger from China for Australian minerals goes well beyond bulk commodities like coal, iron ore and increasingly LNG. Despite China being the...

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.

Air China to start Brisbane-Beijing direct flights in December 2017

Starting on 11 December 2017, Air China will commence direct Brisbane-Beijing flights. Flights will run four times per week, taking off from Brisbane at...

China and Australia film projects a boon to local industry

Australian and Chinese producers are planning to make an ambi­tious list of 14 films together, mostly shot in Australia from Chinese screenplays using Chinese...

Chinese still have a lot to learn doing business Down Under

Chinese companies are on a steep learning curve in Australia, says corporate adviser Alistair Nicholas, co-author of a report on Chinese investors in agribusiness that was launched in Beijing yesterday.

Are Australian universities putting our national security at risk by working with China?

Leading Australian universities have research collaborations with Chinese companies that have been blacklisted by the US.

Number of Chinese citizens seeking asylum in Australia triples

New government data has revealed the number of Chinese citizens seeking asylum in Australia has tripled in just one year.

Jetstar returns to Australia-China market with new Zhengzhou service

Jetstar plans to resume nonstop services between Australia and China with twice weekly flights to Zhengzhou in partnership with a Chinese travel company. The flights...