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It is surely one of history’s great ironies that Richard Milhous Nixon, champion of the McCarthy era and fierce anti-communist, is remembered with great fondness and nostalgia in China as America’s finest statesman.
The Australian and Chinese governments have agreed on a deal to trade the dollar and yuan directly.
This time tomorrow, Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard will be in Beijing leading the most high powered Australian delegation ever to visit China.
China-Eastern tie-up allows Qantas to spread its wings
The optics of this week’s official celebration to mark the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations with China could not be more pertinent.
A NEW China strategy role and Indonesian language scholarships are among early examples of universities taking up the challenge of the Asian Century white paper.
Australia continues to drive Chinese learning and academia with the appointment of Laurie Pearcey, as the Director of China Strategy and Development at UNSW.
All eyes are on the grey matter of the Chinese Communist Party at its 18th Party Congress in Beijing.
The legacy of Mao Zedong is likely to continue as China’s new leaders take their places.