Australian universities are experiencing a “significant” increase in interest from Hong Kong citizens seeking to leave the former British colony.
A two-track trade relationship is developing between China and Australia. Imports critical to Beijing’s infrastructure stimulus are climbing while beef, barley and education attracts trade bans.
The State Department warned US citizens living in or traveling to China they may face arbitrary arrest, the latest sign of deteriorating relations between Washington and Beijing.
US stocks rose as investors looked past tensions between Washington and Beijing and sought out tech companies thought to be insulated from rising coronavirus infections.
From a Hong Kong jail cell, Australian-born Rebecca Louise Nunan urged her supporters to never give up hope despite Beijing’s latest crackdown.
Chinese-Australians accused of subversive activities will be subject to extraordinary new national security laws imposed by Beijing on Hong Kong if they return home.
The laws imposed by Beijing are broader than the extradition bill that triggered city-wide protests last year.
Mainland national security agencies will operate in Hong Kong for the first time as residents fear Beijing is moving to stamp out all dissent.
Chinese investors are angry and it is set to force Beijing to backpedal on rules meant to clamp down on the unruly underbelly of its banking system.
A remote group of islands is becoming the scene of a major geopolitical stand-off, with Beijing making the running so far.
China’s capital recorded a further drop in coronavirus cases amid tightened containment measures while Brazil surpassed more than 1 million confirmed infections.
China has halted imports from European salmon suppliers amid fears they might be linked to a coronavirus outbreak at a Beijing market, although experts say the fish itself is unlikely […]
There had been almost no new coronavirus cases in the city for almost two months until an infection was reported on June 12.
Political leaders around the world have adopted the Chinese Communist Party’s language soon after signing onto the Belt and Road Initiative, a new book argues, in a fresh warning to […]
Chinese students often suffer from exclusion in Australia though racist violence is rare, study finds, contrary to warnings from China’s Ministry of Education.
It was the European Union’s highest-level and most forceful criticism yet of the way Beijing has handled its messaging about the pandemic.
The former British colony is battling with questions over its judicial, corporate and now media freedom as Beijing imposes new laws that will punish dissent.
Drew Pavlou, a student activist highly critical of the University of Queensland’s ties to Beijing, has been handed a two-year suspension from the institution.
One of China’s most prolific and well-known political cartoonists warns the Victorian Premier over Beijing’s signature policy.
Australia’s first Chinese-born MP has accused Beijing of undermining Hong Kong’s autonomy.
Hong Kong police fired pepper-spray balls at office workers and arrested more than 50 people for protesting against controversial new laws to be imposed by Beijing.
The US-China relationship has worsened dramatically in the past few months as America became one of the countries worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
The inauguration of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s second term has been overshadowed by a war of words between Beijing and Washington.
The World Health Assembly was overshadowed by President Donald Trump’s latest ultimatum in his widening battles with Beijing and the UN health organisation.
The former foreign minister said Australia’s push for a global review also needed to include other countries’ handling of the global pandemic.
Notice the Chinese ambassador did not mention commodities in his comments last month.
Australia has blundered into a diplomatic disaster. It’s extraordinary that the deterioration in our relationship with Beijing means no one can pick up the phone and say an open inquiry […]
Australia will support Taiwan’s return to the World Health Organisation as an observer four years after it was ousted by Beijing.
Australia’s calls for an inquiry into the pandemic have been handled clumsily, warns Australia’s first ambassador to Beijing.