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US Sees Boost to Chinese Coal Exports After Australia Ban

The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) unofficial ban on Australian coal has turned into a boon for U.S. industry. However, Chinese citizens have often been...

Australia and UK Announce ‘Space Bridge’ Agreement

On February 23, 2021, the Space Bridge Framework Arrangement was signed at Westminster, London, United Kingdom, and at the residence of the British High Commissioner in Canberra, Australia. The new partnership will increase investment and knowledge exchange between the space sectors of the two countries. The Space Bridge is the first of its kind and […]

Whistleblower: Chinese Students in Scotland Universities Doing the CCP’s ‘Dirty Work’

A former diplomat from communist China who defected to Australia and exposed the dangers posed by Beijing has warned that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) controls Chinese students studying in Scottish universities. The whistleblower, Chen Yonglin, said in an interview with The Ferret that the CCP uses the Chinese Students and Scholars Associations (CSSA). With […]

WHO’s COVID-19 Origin ‘Study Carried Out by CCP’

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released a report of the study conducted in communist China about the coronavirus pandemic’s origin. The report states that the COVID-19 virus, also known as the CCP virus, likely spread from bats to humans via another animal while calling the lab leak theory “extremely unlikely.”  The White House criticized […]

Aboriginal Easter Tradition Reflects the Heart of the People in Film ‘Wawu Divine Hope’

The film Wawu Divine Hope tells the story of Hope Vale, which is situated in Australia’s Cape York Peninsula. Here, the Guugu Yimidhirr people are deeply connected to their Aboriginal culture and the divine. Every year, they celebrate a tradition in the week leading up to Easter where the community comes together to transform the […]

International Uyghur Community Targeted for Cyber-Espionage Through Facebook

Although Facebook has been banned in China, the company recently exposed hackers who used the social media platform to lure Uyghurs into downloading malicious software used for surveillance. According to Facebook’s Mike Dvilyanski, Head of Cyber Espionage Investigations, and Nathaniel Gleicher, Head of Security Policy, hackers “targeted activists, journalists and dissidents predominantly among Uyghurs from […]

Trade Weaponization and China

Using trade as a weapon is not a new tactic for countries wishing to cause economic losses to their opponents. Furthermore, the practice has become increasingly apparent today, as we have seen with the rise of production in China. A recent report issued by Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in 2020 defines […]

Travel to China Made Easy if You Have Received a Chinese Made Vaccine

Communist China will ease entry restrictions for individuals who have been inoculated with vaccines made by Chinese companies, simplifying the paperwork significantly. Embassies of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) issued notices on Monday explaining how people vaccinated with Chinese vaccines can apply for visas to enter China, whose international borders have been closed for […]

SBS to Temporarily Stop Airing China Central Television (CTTV)

The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS), a hybrid-funded Australian public service broadcaster, has said it is going to stop its regular broadcasts of China Central Television (CTTV). This development took place after a human rights group pointed out that the broadcaster was airing possibly forced confessions. SBS has taken note of the allegation and stated that […]

Carbon Farming in Australia Helps to Solve Climate Change

Why are farmers in Australia working to build their soil carbon levels through carbon farming? How does this affect the rest of the world? And what does this mean for climate change?  After generations of soil and pasture mismanaging, I pose these questions: Where are we headed? How did we get here? And what have we […]

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