Why some Chinese-Australians are aghast at the gov

2022-04-05
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He made the comments in Nine newspapers on Monday, saying he believed it was important to speak out about China to educate the Australian public, and to ensure the past decade – in which Beijing had militarised the South China Sea – was not repeated.Toronto could begin workplace closures Friday to control COVID-19 outbreaks; Toronto has administered more than 1M COVID-19 vaccine doses?

“I think we’ve lost a considerable period of time where China gave assurances about their activity in the South China Sea,” Mr Dutton said.?:1622667600000,?

“And the United States and others acquiesced and allowed the militarisation now to the point where China has 20 points of presence in the South China Sealastreplicated, which does not help stability in the region.

“If we continue on that trajectory, then I think we’ll lose the next decade. And my sense is that we’re better off being honest about thats Cheyenne Bholla.”

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