South China Morning Post’s Inkstone publication interviewed Professor AnthonyWelch from the School of Education and Social Work about China’s gaokao, the National College Entrance Examination.
Sydney Morning Heraldpublished an op-ed article by Dr David Brophy about the activities of the USSC and the University’s Confucius Institute in relation to the scheme, republished by Sina(China). Radio NZinterviewed Dr Brophy about New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping and the Chinese government’s crackdown on the Uyghur population. ABC Radio Nationalalso interviewed Dr Brophy about China's treatment of Uyghurs.
2SER FM interviewed Professor Guo Yingjie from the School of Languages and Cultures about Australia’s relationship with China.
Xinhuaand Xinhua TV(China) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke from the Business School about China's newly passed foreign investment law. China Dailyquoted him about the Australian government establishing the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations. ABC Radio National interviewed Professor Hendrischke about an annual report by KPMG and the Business School finding Chinese investment in Australia has fallen 36 percent in the last year. This was quoted widely in local and international media, including Australian Financial Review, Business Insider, The Australian and Tribunnews(Indonesia). The Conversation published an article on the findings.
SBS Mandarin quoted Associate Professor Jeanne Huang from Sydney Law School about NSW Labour leader Michael Daley’s comments regarding Asian PhD students. Your Money (TV) interviewed her about trade talks currently underway between the US and China.
Nikkei quoted Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan, Chair of the Department of Government and International Relations, about China's proposed new foreign investment law.
ABC Online quoted Professor Justin Hastings from the Department of Government and International Relations about Thailand, Indonesia, India, the Philippines and Japan all holding elections this year. ABC Online quoted him about North Korea’s restaurant chain that operates abroad.
SBS Radio Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li from the Business School about multinational corporate tax avoidance.
South China Morning Post quoted Professor Vivienne Bath from Sydney Law School about the extradition of non-Chinese citizens to China.