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Melbourne Asia Review is an initiative of the Asia Institute. Any inquiries about Melbourne Asia Review should be directed to the Managing Editor, Cathy Harper.

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Can China still reach its carbon emission reduction goals (post-)COVID?

  • Dr Dong Wang ,

As the world’s largest carbon emitter and its second-largest economy, China’s actions will profoundly affect climate change.

Chinese social workers during the pandemic: Stuck between the government and the people

  • Leiheng Wang,

China’s continued ‘zero-COVID’ policy is placing a great deal of pressure on grassroots personnel tasked with carrying out the policy.

International students and the Chinese public service: A more inward-looking post-COVID China?

  • Assistant Professor Dan (Diane) Hu,

Australia assumes that Chinese students educated in Australia will be a ‘soft power’ asset. But what if Australia-educated students aren’t getting the influential jobs?

INTRODUCTION: (Post-) COVID social and environmental challenges in Asia

  • Professor Mark Wang & Associate Professor Jay Song,

The post COVID challenges for Asian governments and societies are enormous and some of the most significant are related to China.

‘Happy Together: Bridging the Australia-China Divide’ by David Walker and Li Yao, with Karen Walker

  • Professor David S. G. Goodman,

A kind of dual biography about these two creative writers and the societies from which they emerged.