Wong’s continued pro-democracy activism has drawn the wrath of Beijing, which sees it as a “black hand” of foreign forces.
Australian exporters have accused the government of abandoning them as Beijing’s trade tactics and propaganda show the first signs of significant political impact.
Australian wheat exporters are nervously watching the escalating trade dispute with China amid fears they could be Beijing’s next target.
“The cameras in Beijing will form an opinion of us which is very different I think of the way we would want ourselves to be portrayed.”
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Ambassador warns Beijing is becoming more assertive and is seen in parts of the Indo-Pacific as a threat.
Chinese customers have requested mining giant BHP to defer coal cargoes coming from Australia amid Beijing’s latest crackdown.
Westpac has insisted the decision to close its Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong branches is purely commercial.
Concerns about China’s growing influence in the Asia-Pacific are expediting the creation of international allegiances, unified by their wariness of the authoritarian state.
The package will include measures to counter China’s upstream dam-building exercises in the Mekong River, which last year exacerbated a severe drought in countries downstream.
Geoff Raby believes China is presenting itself as a responsible major power by making fresh overtures and not taking advantage of Trump’s virus diagnosis.
Five hundred kilometres north of Beijing, a group of teachers are taking a stand. They sign their names in a circle, in their ancestral language.
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.