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Latest news: Chinese Communist Party

Drones, hacks in Taiwan after Nancy Pelosi visit

Suspected drones have flown over outlying Taiwanese islands and hackers have attacked its defence ministry website, authorities in Taipei say, a day after a visit by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi that outraged China.

PM’s WeChat woes go back to G7 meeting

The prime minister's WeChat account has been plagued with problems for at least six months, with issues starting around the time he attended G7 meetings in the UK, one senator says.

North Korea, China vow to strengthen ties

The North Korean and Chinese leaders have expressed their desire to further strengthen their ties as they exchanged messages marking the 60th anniversary of their countries' defence treaty.

Parliament calls out China’s student spies

Students from China at Australian universities could get vital protection from a snooping motherland under new cyber security laws.

China won’t be bullied by foreigners: Xi

President Xi Jinping has extolled the "new world" the people of China have created as the country's communist party marks its centenary in Beijing.

Chinese investment in Australia plunges to record low

Chinese investment in Australia fell by over 61% in 2020, according to new data from the Chinese Investment in Australia Database (CHIIA) at the ANU.

Letter to the editor: ‘We can live without China’

"We can live without China; the proof is in the pudding" argues Bob Katter, Kennedy MP, and says there are other markets in Asia to focus on.

Chinese investment in Australia plummets

Chinese investment in Australia dropped by over 47%, from $4.8 billion in 2018 to $2.5 billion in 2019, according to new data released by The Australian National University’s Chinese Investment in Australia (CHIIA)...

China’s warnings of racism rejected as ‘disinformation’

Australia's Foreign Minister, Marise Payne, has rejected Chinese government warnings its citizens should reconsider visiting Australia because of racism as disinformation.

Payne denounces pandemic disinformation campaigns

Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has denounced the targeted spread of coronavirus disinformation by international players, including the Chinese Communist Party and Russia.