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Canberra Liberals delegation to visit China on self-funded trip

Canberra Liberals delegation to visit China on self-funded trip

The group of 10, which includes three Members of the Legislative Assembly, will visit four Chinese cities in a week.

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Shopping with friends, and fracas, in China's Xinjiang
China

Shopping with friends, and fracas, in China's Xinjiang

I hadn't looked twice when I first walked past the small, pop-up police station. I should have.

  • by Kirsty Needham
Huawei's 5G access could expand China's global surveillance, cyber diplomat warns
Huawei

Huawei's 5G access could expand China's global surveillance, cyber diplomat warns

The United States' top cyber diplomat has offered an unusually blunt warning to other nations.

  • by Joseph Marks
'Grotesquely unfair': billionaire donor Huang hits back
China

'Grotesquely unfair': billionaire donor Huang hits back

Billionaire political donor Huang Xiangmo says the millions of dollars he’s given to major political parties was solicited by them and insists the cancellation of his Australian residency because of ASIO’s fear he was peddling Beijing’s influence was “grotesquely unfair”.

  • by David Wroe and Nick McKenzie
Blood plasma scandal latest stain on China's medical products image
China

Blood plasma scandal latest stain on China's medical products image

China’s second biggest medical blood products company has been forced to issue an emergency recall for its blood plasma amid HIV contamination fears.

  • by Kirsty Needham
'I spend every penny I make': Slowdown fears not stopping China's Generation Z
China

'I spend every penny I make': Slowdown fears not stopping China's Generation Z

Young Chinese consumers are still spending up despite fears of an imminent economic crisis.

  • by Matt Townsend and Cecile Daurat
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'I don't know is my honest answer': British Labour stumped on Huawei question
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'I don't know is my honest answer': British Labour stumped on Huawei question

British Labour says it has no idea whether it would ban Chinese company Huawei from its telecommunications infrastructure.

  • by Latika Bourke
'A man of many dimensions': the big Chinese donor now in Canberra's sights
Investigation
Investigation

'A man of many dimensions': the big Chinese donor now in Canberra's sights

How one of Australia's biggest and most influential political donors, Huang Xiangmo, fell spectacularly from grace.

  • by Nick McKenzie and Chris Uhlmann
Millions are on the move in China, and Big Data is watching
Rail

Millions are on the move in China, and Big Data is watching

China's high-speed rail network appears to be at the centre of the state's experiment in harnessing technology to not only watch its citizens, but shape their behaviour.

  • by Kirsty Needham
Dances with dragons and lions: Young Chinese Australians keep Lunar New Year traditions alive
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Dances with dragons and lions: Young Chinese Australians keep Lunar New Year traditions alive

Interest in lion and dragon dances is fading in China. But in Australia, the children of Chinese migrants feel they have an obligation to embrace it and pass it on.

  • by Yan Zhuang
We are about to find out what is really happening in China’s economy
China

We are about to find out what is really happening in China’s economy

Warnings of a slowdown have been coming thick and fast - now China's week-long Lunar holiday is going to be a litmus test.

  • by Bruce Einhorn and Daniela Wei