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Chinese icebreaker Xue Long’s summer visits to inject $2.5m to Tasmanian economy: Premier

Chinese icebreaker Xue Long will dock in Hobart twice over summer, with the Tasmanian Government estimating the two port calls will inject $2.5 million...

Liberal Andrew Robb took $880k China job as soon as he left Parliament

Former Australian trade minister Andrew Robb walked straight out of Parliament last year and into an $880,000-a-year job with a billionaire closely aligned to...

New legislation passed to protect Australian sovereignty

Australia Parliament has passed several important bills on 10 December 2020 that specifically targeted at stopping the CCP’s infiltration and protecting the Australian sovereignty, prosperity, value, and interest.

China dispute would hit enrolments

A western Pacific diplomatic incident could help trigger the “perfect storm” that jeopardises Chinese enrolments and brings Australian research to its knees. University of Queensland...

ANU partner with China on nuclear fusion technology for power supply

ANU has handed over the keys to its $35 million nuclear fusion stellarator as part of a technology exchange with China aimed at creating...

Seeking brand Australia in China – where the bloody hell are you?

It’s not just Twiggy Forrest who wants to see Australian food exports to Asia prominently promoted as Australian. The mining and beef billionaire’s views are...

Chinese authorities accused of intimidating Uyghurs in Australia

Chinese authorities have been accused of harassing and intimidating the Uyghur migrant community in Australia, amid a looming threat that family members could be detained.

ASX delisted six Chinese companies in 2018, prompting experts to urge investor caution

A record six Chinese companies were delisted from the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) last year, with controversial health firm Traditional Therapy Clinics the latest...

Government rejects federal MP’s call to buy back Darwin port from Chinese leaseholder

The deputy chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has called for Australia to buy back control of Darwin's port.

Financing more buyers: Harry Triguboff cites tougher Chinese capital controls

Harry Triguboff, the country's richest person, says he is financing about $200 million of the $1.4 billion worth of apartment sales he expects to make this...

Ambassador called after Julie Bishop reprimands China over Taiwan protest

Chinese Ambassador Cheng Jingye visited the Department of Foreign Affairs in Canberra on Tuesday to explain China’s role in a diplomatic spat over Taiwan. The...

Detention of an Australian in China is Canberra’s worst nightmare

At around 4.30pm on Tuesday, officials at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra were alerted to concerns that Australian-Chinese writer Yang...