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John Garnaut is Fairfax Media's Asia Pacific editor. Most recently he was China correspondent. John graduated in law and arts from Monash University and worked for three years as a commercial lawyer at Melbourne firm Hall & Wilcox before joining the Sydney Morning Herald as a cadet in 2002. He became the Economics Correspondent in the Canberra press gallery and in 2007 was posted to Beijing.
John Garnaut, Beijing China is heading into a new Mao-inspired epoch of socialism and nationalism, says the founder of China's powerful internet platform.
John Garnaut In Beijing CHINA is heading into a new Mao-inspired epoch of socialism and nationalism, says the founder of China's most powerful leftist internet platform.
John Garnaut, China Hu Jintao stares down claims human-induced climate change is an American conspiracy.
John Garnaut BEIJING: It's not only Western leaders like Julia Gillard and Barack Obama who face fierce resistance from climate sceptics as they try to lay out policies to tackle global warming.
John Garnaut Chen Dongchu was born in October 1949, a few days after Chairman Mao proclaimed the People's Republic of China. ''Dongchu'' means the sun in the East has begun to rise.
John Garnaut, Sanghee Liu, Zhang Yufei The Australian accountant Charlotte Chou has produced a chain of documents that she said showed the police case against her was ''malicious'' and had been ''fabricated'', in the second and final day...
John Garnaut GUANGZHOU: The leader of China's most populous province is cautiously promoting a more democratic model against the prevailing political winds.
John Garnaut THE Australian businesswoman Charlotte Chou will face a Guangzhou criminal court next week because she is a pawn in a bigger game of greed, revenge and massive bribes paid to the city's top...
John Garnaut in Beijing CHINA'S legal system has struck again against a successful Australian business person - this time a single mother who founded a private university in Guangzhou.
John Garnaut In Guangzhou LATE on Thursday night Matthew Ng dropped his head to his hands and sobbed uncontrollably as defence lawyer Chen Youxi's closing submission reached its climax.
John Garnaut Beijing, Zhang Yufei, Guangzhou THE Australian entrepreneur Matthew Ng knew his company made a 100,000 yuan ($15,340) ''grey'' payment to an official in exchange for information, his lawyer said in court yesterday.
John Garnaut, Guangzhou An Australian businessman on trial in China spoke to his wife for the first time since he was taken from the basement of his home by seven plain-clothes police officers nine months ago.
John Garnaut, Guangzhou A court in China this morning barred all media from covering the controversial trial of Australian entrepreneur Matthew Ng, despite repeated pledges of open proceedings.
John Garnaut Wang Li started feeling edgy when her mother was not home by tea time. She called her mobile phone, the voice on the other end sounded calm and reassuring, but even so, she jumped in her car and sped...
John Garnaut AUSTRALIA'S financial traders have responded to the market bloodshed in the United States and Europe, but their eyes will soon revert to China, the resource-hungry giant upon which Australia's...
John Garnaut GUANGZHOU city authorities have levelled new charges against the Australian tourism executive Matthew Ng, as the Trade Minister, Craig Emerson, prepares to lead 100 Australian businessmen on a tour...
John Garnaut It is a work in progress, but the 20-minute documentary film that artist Yang Weidong released in Hong Kong yesterday has already produced some definite results.
John Garnaut, Beijing LI DONGDONG ultimately controls 2000 different newspapers, 10,000 magazines and 300,000 book titles, and she can access a seemingly limitless taxpayer-funded budget. But she's far from satisfied.
John Garnaut BEIJING: Li Dongdong ultimately controls 2000 different newspapers, 10,000 magazines, 300,000 book titles and she can access a seemingly limitless taxpayer-funded budget. But she's far from satisfied.
John Garnaut BEIJING: Cao Tian rode China's democracy wave in 1989 until, like thousands of others, it swept him into jail.