Average Australian citizens have been flagged by China as ‘persons of interest’, and an expert says we need to take it more seriously.
China-Australia relations seem to be getting more complicated, but the country is more reliant than ever on the Asian powerhouse.
Social media influencers are shaping who we blame for COVID-19.
Experts weigh up the consequences of a superpower clash
The 2018 Shanghai Study Tour series continues with a look at how technology is changing the way the country manages waste.
The Shanghai Study Tour series continues with a journey into the fast disappearing ‘lilongs’ of the city’s oldest neighbourhood.
The country’s notorious ‘gaokao’ college entrance exam is being reformed, but experts say it still has a long way to go.
The 2018 Shanghai study tour series continues with a look at the shifting nature of China’s payment habits, away from cash and onto social media.
Overloaded, stigmatised, understaffed? China faces the issues in its mental healthcare system, in a story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour.
Changing ideas about love and marriage are explored in the latest story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour series.
The first story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour charts the growth of #MeToo in a country where speaking out about sexual harassment is rare.
“No matter what culture you come from, you definitely can benefit from backpacking”.
The Global Times suggested China ‘cool off’ Sino-Australian relations.
We may be set for some pain at the bowser.
We are expecting 3.9 million Chinese to visit Australia each year by 2026/27.
The first story in our 2017 Shanghai study tour series delves into the complex case of special economic zones.
Rhiannon Arnold explores the fascinating history of Jews in China as part of a series of stories from the 2016 Curtin Journalism Shanghai Study Tour.