Tag: china

That which glitters more than gold: China’s changing attitude towards the Olympics

China has been known for its pursuit of gold medals since its re-entry into the Olympics in 1980. But is China’s gold-or-bust attitude shifting? Although […]

International students – peace offerings or security threats?

The decision to exclude international students from interning at the Parliament House is unlikely to improve Australia’s security significantly, Nathan Attrill writes.

Building Taiwan is more than just independence

Taiwanese youth are increasingly identifying with Taiwan and not China, but President Tsai Ing-wen must continue to grapple with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) […]

Creative destruction paints a bleak picture for China’s art world

The Chinese government’s recent demolition of the artist Ai Weiwei’s studio raises questions over the state of free expression in modern China. Artists are changing […]