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middleway Post time: 2017-12-10 23:09
Yes, valid point, you raised some other noteworthy points too.

There’s a cultural clash going on  ...

The point I want to emphasize is that it is a domestic affair. It is unfair to politicise it and use China as the punching bag.

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huaqiao Post time: 2017-12-11 14:33
Show the proof.

There you go big boy
China accuses Australian media of racism

An op-ed in China's People's Daily has accused the Australian media of slandering thousands of overseas Chinese who live and study in Australia.
Deutsche Presse AgenturDecember 11, 20174:41pm

Beijing has accused the Australian media of "paranoid" and "racist" reporting on China, amid growing concerns in Australia over Chinese interference.

"[We] suggest the Australian government and the media that they should uphold the principle of truth from facts and reject political prejudices and paranoia when handling relations with China," according to an op-ed in the People's Daily, the official mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, on Monday.

It added Australia's current reporting and "racial paranoia tarnished Australia's image as a multicultural society".

The op-ed also accused the Australian media of slandering thousands of overseas Chinese who live and study in Australia, and fabricating stories about Chinese students interfering with free speech on Australian campuses and Beijing's interference in local politics.

"China has no intention of interfering in Australia's internal affairs and has no intention of influencing Australia's political process through political contributions," it said.

The article comes after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull last week said his government took "very seriously" media reports that the Chinese Communist Party had attempted to influence Australian media, universities and politics.

He also said his government would introduce new laws to ban foreign political donations.

After China reproached Canberra for his remarks, the prime minister doubled down on his criticism of Beijing.

"There has been foreign interference in Australian politics, plainly," Turnbull told reporters in Sydney on Saturday..

Fears of Chinese interference have been revived in recent weeks, after opposition senator Sam Dastyari was demoted following revelations he tipped off a Chinese businessman that his phone was being tapped by intelligence agencies.
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Stan, you're holding a gun to God's head. I can't think of a metaphor that's better than this.

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huaqiao Post time: 2017-12-11 14:33
Show the proof.

There you go big boy
China accuses Australian media of racism

An op-ed in China's People's Daily has accused the Australian media of slandering thousands of overseas Chinese who live and study in Australia.
Deutsche Presse AgenturDecember 11, 20174:41pm

Beijing has accused the Australian media of "paranoid" and "racist" reporting on China, amid growing concerns in Australia over Chinese interference.

"[We] suggest the Australian government and the media that they should uphold the principle of truth from facts and reject political prejudices and paranoia when handling relations with China," according to an op-ed in the People's Daily, the official mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, on Monday.

It added Australia's current reporting and "racial paranoia tarnished Australia's image as a multicultural society".

The op-ed also accused the Australian media of slandering thousands of overseas Chinese who live and study in Australia, and fabricating stories about Chinese students interfering with free speech on Australian campuses and Beijing's interference in local politics.

"China has no intention of interfering in Australia's internal affairs and has no intention of influencing Australia's political process through political contributions," it said.

The article comes after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull last week said his government took "very seriously" media reports that the Chinese Communist Party had attempted to influence Australian media, universities and politics.

He also said his government would introduce new laws to ban foreign political donations.

After China reproached Canberra for his remarks, the prime minister doubled down on his criticism of Beijing.

"There has been foreign interference in Australian politics, plainly," Turnbull told reporters in Sydney on Saturday..

Fears of Chinese interference have been revived in recent weeks, after opposition senator Sam Dastyari was demoted following revelations he tipped off a Chinese businessman that his phone was being tapped by intelligence agencies.
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Stan, you're holding a gun to God's head. I can't think of a metaphor that's better than this.

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Post time 2017-12-11 14:51:19 |Display all floors
huaqiao Post time: 2017-12-11 14:33
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Lets see if it gets past the sensor shall we
Stan, you're holding a gun to God's head. I can't think of a metaphor that's better than this.

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Post time 2017-12-11 15:02:19 |Display all floors
F111 Post time: 2017-12-11 14:50
There you go big boy
China accuses Australian media of racism

This passage that you produce does not show any evidence of China interfering in Australia.

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Post time 2017-12-11 15:04:41 |Display all floors
F111 Post time: 2017-12-11 14:50
There you go big boy
China accuses Australian media of racism

This passage that you produce here does not show any evidence of China interfering in Australia.

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