Diane (Dan) Hu
Deputy Director, Australian Studies Centre at Beijing Foreign Studies University
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China’s Australia literacy: a dangerous assumption in foreign policymaking
A dangerous assumption has long been made, perhaps innocently, in Canberra’s formulation of China policy that sufficient Australia literacy is in place in China to avoid disastrous misunderstanding and miscalculation, writes Diane Hu.
China and Australia: Economic decoupling?
Trade has caught most headlines, but it is the volume of capital flow between the two countries that speaks to a declining level of trust and goodwill between Australia and China, writes Diane Hu.
What China’s Australia poll tells Aussie businesses about the Mainland Chinese market
Beyond official trade restraints and embargoes penetrating the Chinese market is going to prove tougher for Australian exporters, writes Dan Hu. Chinese consumers have taken their lead from Beijing and cooled on brand Australia.