Tag: china

State, society, and the language of jade in Southeast Asia

Words by ALICE DAWKINS. Peruse the internet for Myanmar-China news and the space is awash with insights about the two states’ participation in the trade […]

Chinese “black children” refugee protection claims in Australia; A consistent approach?

SARAH LONGO details Australia’s response to refugee protection claims from children born outside the one-child policy. A consequence of China’s one-child policy was the creation […]

Film Review: 煤市街

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, ALICE DAWKINS took some time out from Chinese class to enjoy a recent event at the Australian Centre for China in the World (CIW). […]

Pink Dollar with Chinese Characteristics

Chinese companies are increasingly taking note of the country’s LGBT consumer base, while NGOs have their eyes set on the prize of corporate advocacy. But in China’s constrained media space, visibility and censorship remain key constraints keeping big business from fully ‘coming out’.