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Members in the media

  • Professor Vivienne Bath
    SBS Radio (Mandarin) interviewed Professor Bath from Sydney Law School about Apple facing a court ban in China regarding some of its iPhone models.
  • Professor Adam Guastella
    ABC Radio National interviewed Professor Guastella from Sydney Medical School and Brain and Mind Centre about the high levels of distress and depression in young people on the autism spectrum.
  • Professor Hans Hendrischke
    ABC News TV interviewed Professor Hendrischke from the Business School about the US Justice Department charging Chinese technology company Huawei with criminal activity, as well as China’s slow economic growth and its impact on Australia and the US. SBS World News also interviewed Professor Hendrischke about Defence Minister Christopher Pyne’s keynote speech at a military conference in Singapore.
  • Professor John Keane
    ABC Radio National interviewed Professor John Keane from the Department of Government and International Relations about the international governance of Antartica.
  • Dr Wei Li
    SBS Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li from the Business School about the performance of the Australian dollar.
  • Professor Budiman Minasny
    The Conversation published an article in Indonesian co-authored by Professor Minasny from the School of Life and Environmental Sciences and China Studies Centre about the obstacles for Indonesian researchers writing in international journals.
  • Dr Josh Stenberg
    Ten Daily quoted Dr Josh Stenberg from the School of Languages and Cultures about Chinese actors having their earrings blurred out on television due to new Chinese censorship. Daily Hunt (India) published an op-ed article by Dr Stenberg about modern adaptations of a classic 14th century Chinese novel.
  • Professor Guo Yingjie
    The Washington Post quoted Professor Guo from the School of Languages and Culture about attitudes towards Christmas in China.