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English language education in China is being challenged as against Chinese culture

  • Associate Professor Delia Lin,

English language education is getting increasingly political within China as US–China rivalry intensifies.

The potential risks of standardising China’s translated foreign affairs discourse

  • Assistant Professor Bei Hu,

Translation standardisation is seen as a way of managing the risk of mis-translation, but it doesn’t necessarily produce the best translations

China’s quest for greater technological self-reliance

  • Professor Bates Gill,

Chinese leaders have endorsed a sweeping economic strategy which will have profound implications for global economics and geopolitics, including for Australia.

Great Power Blame Game: The Ongoing War of Words Over COVID-19. (中文)

  • Melissa Conley Tyler, Tiffany Liu ,

中文 (Chinese translation) Over recent weeks, the US and China have used increasingly strong rhetoric around the COVID-19 pandemic. The relationship between the US and

INTERVIEW: COVID-19 is accelerating trends towards a more polarised world

  • Dr Hoo Tiang Boon,

Language being used by the US and China indicates there will be less “traffic control” in the future from major powers.