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Can the Australia-China relationship survive a Huawei ban?

TENSIONS between Australia and China finally appear to be easing. Last week, the Prime Minister gave a speech on international education proposing “clearer thinking” on...

China the toast of Aussie wine exporters

Industry group Wine Australia says China remains the top destination for Australian wine, with exports growing 44 per cent to $607 million in 2016/17.

Australian Financial Review questioned over deal to share content with China’s Caixin Global

Questions have been raised about the Australian Financial Review's decision to sign a content-sharing agreement with a Chinese media outlet subject to Chinese Government...

Chinese student Zhengxiang Wang to be deported after serving six months for machete attack

A JILTED lover who used a machete to attack a man he believed had slept with his girlfriend will be deported to China after...

Attributing the hack on Australia’s parliament will give clarity to the China relationship

National security agencies are both cautious and forensic in their work on the attribution of cyber intrusions. This is about technical and operational integrity, as well as about ensuring they get the advice to Australia’s political leaders right.

‘I share Australian values’: Chinese-Australian developer hits back at foreign ownership fears in Tasmania

Plans for a $100 million resort on Tasmania's east coast are raising concerns about foreign ownership and influence in the Apple Isle, but one...

China’s mighty orbit in South Pacific threatens to leave Australia in spin

The South Pacific has become an increasingly important geopolitical chessboard with the United States, China and Australia racing to secure ports, cyber infrastructure and...

The go-betweens who help Chinese settle in Australia

As at March 2017, Chinese-born migrants comprise the nation’s third-highest resident population, after New Zealand and Britain, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics data.

Chinese censors ban Australian play The Removalists because of ‘salty’ language

"Salty" language and violence in a Beijing production of The Removalists has resulted in Chinese censors banning the Australian play. The play was written in...

Chinese investment in Australia slumps 40 per cent

Chinese investment into Australia slumped 40 per cent last year, twice the drop worldwide, according to new figures, which highlight the impact of Beijing's crackdown on trophy acquisitions

The gloss is wearing off the China boom and we may suffer

Australia has been living off the Chinese genie that escaped from the bottle around 2000 and recreated itself as an economic super power. It triggered...

Research unis rely on Chinese fees

One out of every six dollars used to run Australia’s oldest univer­sity comes directly from tuition fees paid by Chinese students, an HES analysis...