China’s plant-based protein market is growing strongly. According to Austrade advisors in China, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of plant-based proteins among consumers.
Much of the discussion about diversification is centered on two overarching premises: China and trade. What does that approach miss? The outlook for the Australian
Ships carrying Australian coal stranded off the coast of China have become an apt symbol of the recent deterioration in relations between the two countries.
China’s yearly National People’s Congress (NPC), which convened last week in Beijing, generated more attention than usual. Most of the headlines focused on the confab’s decisions
Hong Kong could risk a brain drain in the next five years after a new survey found a quarter of the city’s university-educated under-35s were
When the China trade numbers were released on Tuesday, you could hardly blame Australia’s 2500 winemakers if they locked themselves in the cellar with a nice bottle
China and the Australian far right: COVID and anti-CCP fervour bringing together some unlikely allies
Since the start of the pandemic, China and the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have become a key rallying point for a diverse array of
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said in June the national security test would be applied to telecommunications, energy and utilities firms, and businesses that collect data. Chinese