Landmark survey reveals what it’s like to be Chinese in Australia |The World

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  • ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Landmark survey reveals what it’s like to be Chinese in Australia |The World” – below is their description.

    A major national survey on being Chinese in Australia by the Lowy Institute has found well over a third of Chinese-Australians surveyed were treated negatively due to their heritage, while a further 18% reported being physically threatened or attacked.

    And although almost half say they are concerned about China’s influence on Australian politics, more than 50% consume media through mostly Chinese-party outlets.

    ABC bilingual reporter Samuel Yang and Associate Professor of Media and Communication at RMIT University, Dr Haiqing Yu say they are concerned about the rising level of racism toward the community.

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