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Wine exports smash records on the back of surging China demand

Hunter Valley winemaker Mark Davidson has witnessed Chinese consumers' enthusiasm for Australian wine first hand at his cellar door. Over the past five years, the...

Port Adelaide’s crazy idea of bringing AFL to China pays off

On the spectrum of whacky ideas, playing an AFL game in China must rank near the top. Not only is there no understanding of Australia's...

China’s internet erupts over Monash University’s drunk officials quiz question

Monash University's reputation in the lucrative Chinese student market has taken a battering after an online exam for business students claimed it was widely said Chinese government officials only tell the truth when they are drunk.

Mortgages and debt: How lending culture is leaving Australians vulnerable

A decade of housing price rises, low interest rates and relatively easy credit has left Australians carrying the second-highest level of household debt in...

Using local talent the key to MMG’s success in China: Michelmore

As the US under Donald Trump is pulling back from international economic leadership, China’s business culture is advancing to fill the gap, according to...

Australian tourism ministers meet in China in bid to draw more visitors

Australian federal, state and territory tourism ministers have for the first time jointly held a meeting in Beijing as Chinese visitors are poised to...

Push for ‘Australian values’ education to counter Chinese Communist propaganda

Chinese Communist party "propaganda" and "brainwashing" must be countered by compulsory "Australian values" education, according to a group of pro-democracy activists alarmed at Beijing's...

Chinese government denies visas for trip organised by Bob Carr’s think tank

The deterioration in relations between Beijing and Canberra now appears to be affecting even the most China-friendly voices in Australia, with trips to the...

200 Years On, Chinese-Australians Are Still Proving They Belong

Out of a pile of papers on her dining table, Man-Yee Leanfore, 70, pulled out one: a copy of an old immigration document from...

Marise Payne says China must be held to account for human rights abuses

Foreign affairs minister says it’s in Australia’s interest to speak out against abuses of power, such as the treatment of Uighur in Xinjiang

Australia ‘helping’ China develop its rival system to American GPS

Australia is playing a role in helping China develop its rival global positioning system that will be used for guiding missiles and other military...
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‘Beggars belief’ why a free state like Victoria is ‘on the kow-tow to China’

Sky News host Peta Credlin says at a time when China is "attacking the livelihoods" of Victoria's barley farmers and sabotaging the national economy the state is "cuddling up to China in the hope of getting access to cheap money".