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Australian flag flutters in front of the Great Hall of the People during a welcoming ceremony for Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Beijing, China, on April 14, 2016. (Jason Lee/Reuters)

Australian Universities Helping Chinese Regime in Global Spying Efforts, Investigation Reveals

Australia’s top universities have been collaborating with companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in developing mass surveillance and military technologies, a joint...

Gladys Liu, WeChat, and Chinese Australians in Politics

Recently, within the Chinese community in Australia, the hottest topic has been none other than Gladys Liu of the Australian Liberal Party. Liu, who...
Andrew Hastie, Liberal MP, speaks at Australian Parliament in May 2018. (Commonwealth of Australia)

Australian Politician Uses Nazi Germany Analogy in Warning Over China’s Rise, Draws Beijing’s Rebuke

The Chinese regime has denounced comments by an Australian politician who drew a comparison between the West’s response to China’s rise and France’s failure to...
An Australian flag is seen outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on April 9, 2013. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

Australian State Corruption Body to Probe Labor’s Ties to Chinese Community

Australia’s most populous state will investigate if a Chinese friendship division of the country’s main opposition party broke rules on political donations, at a...
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to media with Federal Member for Boothby Nicolle Flint (R) at a building site in Oaklands Park, the seat of Boothby on May 14, 2019 in Adelaide, Australia. (Tracey Nearmy/Getty Images)

Chinese Propaganda Campaign Targets Australian Prime Minister Ahead of Election

Ahead of Australia’s recent federal election, the country’s prime minister and the ruling Liberal Party found itself the target of a propaganda campaign by social...
Corban Te Aika, curator of human history (Matauranga Maori) with his family hei tiki, the Te Aika Hei Tiki, at the Canterbury Museum in New Zealand. (Canterbury Museum)

Curator’s Notes: Te Aika Hei Tiki

Corban Te Aika, curator of human history (Matauranga Maori) at the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand, shares how his family reconnected with their...

Its Time to Rethink Australia’s Approach to China

Last month, Professor Bates Gill, a China expert at Macquarie University in Sydney, published an article in the Australian Financial Review entitled “Bounded Engagement: Charting a...
In a crackdown on Chinese intervention in Australia, the government has warned that Confucius Institutes operating in the country will be brought under a new foreign influence transparency program. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)

Australia Targets Communist-Funded Confucius Institutes

In a crackdown on Chinese intervention in Australia, the government has warned that Confucius Institutes operating in the country will be brought under a...
The National Bolshevik symbol used in Brenton Tarrant's manifesto (left) and on the National Bolshevik Party website (right).

Brenton Tarrant: Is the Christchurch Mosque Shooter a ‘National Bolshevik’?

Commentary The man who brutally murdered 50 worshipers in two mosques in my hometown of Christchurch, New Zealand, is almost certainly an ideological “National Bolshevik.”...
Service Employees International Union members celebrate after California Governor Jerry Brown signed landmark legislation SB 3 into law in Los Angeles, Calif. on April 4, 2016. (David McNew/Getty Images)

Why ‘Minimum Wage’ Laws Are Cruel

Commentary Few government measures are crueler to the poor and disadvantaged in society than minimum wage laws. Promoted by self-righteous socialists and fawning, gutless “conservatives” as...

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