Australia-China ties continue to sour – so why do Aussies still want Chinese tourists?

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Australia-China ties continue to sour – so why do Aussies still want Chinese tourists?” – below is their description.

China and Australia seem to have something of a love-hate relationship. On one hand, three-quarters of Australians say they distrust the Chinese government. But on the other hand, almost as many think Australia should continue to make itself an attractive destination for Chinese tourists.

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