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Studies that address the intersection of pandemic-related racism and sexism are lacking and the experiences of Asian women have been neglected.
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?
How Indian students told to ‘go home’ by Australia at the start of the pandemic used WhatsApp for advocacy
National border closures and the pandemic. How Indian students ‘stranded’ in India coped with their plight.
A kind of dual biography about these two creative writers and the societies from which they emerged.
The fall of Confucius Institutes and Confucius Classrooms? An analysis of closures and future directions
Worsening relations between China, North America, Europe and Australia means many Confucius Institutes and Confucius Classrooms have closed, but more are opening in other regions.